This Famous Lowcountry Plantation Could Be Yours for Just $10,495,000
300 Cotton Hall Road, Yemassee, South Carolina
Tomotley Plantation is famous for having two of the finest examples of Oak Avenues anywhere in the South. This tunnel of ancient moss-draped oaks, which serves as the main entrance to the property, dates back to 1820.
The original home burned down in the Civil War. The current, Craftsman-style one was built in 1910.
The 5,000 -square-foot home features five bedrooms, five bathrooms and uninterrupted views of the property's 14-acre fishing pond.
The home underwent an extensive restoration in 1990, which preserved much of its original charm.
Custom built-ins and a working fireplace bring warmth to the spacious living room.
Elaborate millwork, gleaming hardwood floors and a crystal chandelier work together to create a formal yet inviting vibe in the home's dining room.
Old certainly meets new in the kitchen, where a working fireplace just steps away from an island cooktop serves as a reminder of the home's long history.
Wood is king in the den, which provides a winning backdrop for hunting trophies.
This spacious retreat has room for a four-post bed, a sitting area and so much more!
The clawfoot tub and pedestal sink work well in this sweet little bathroom.
One of many ancient oaks on the property dripping with Spanish moss.
A Nature Lover's Dream
The property is home to world-class fishing and hunting opportunities, including nearly 250 acres of controlled impoundments for waterfowl hunting.
Wild Birds Galore
The property is a "hotbed" for wild bird species of all kinds including teal, wood ducks, pintails, ringnecks, egrets, white pelicans, Canadian geese, herons, storks and many more.
There's more than enough space for numerous buildings on the property, including a carriage house, manager's house, and a hunting lodge with five bedrooms and three full bathrooms.