Little Edisto Farm is located on Edisto Island in Charleston County, South Carolina. The property offers 2,100 feet of frontage on scenic Highway 174, 1,300 feet of deep-water frontage on North Creek (Intracoastal Waterway), and Johassee Road runs along the eastern boundary. The tract is minutes from Edisto Beach and about an hour from historic downtown Charleston, South Carolina. The location affords an unobstructed, twenty-minute boat ride to Bohicket Marina to the north and Edisto Marina to the south.The property is currently being used only for hunting and recreation. The main attraction is duck hunting. Of the 90 acres of duck impoundments, 46 of them are planted and high fenced. The remaining 44 acres are a brackish-water impoundment that is managed for natural vegetation.Historically, these areas have provided excellent hunting opportunities for multiple species, such as Teal, Widgeon, Black ducks, Mottled ducks, Mallards, etc. Two deep-water wells are used to flood the impoundments and ponds.
Approximately 20 acres of open fields form the deep-water frontage on North Creek. The location is perfect for one to four home sites, each with minimal marsh crossings to reach deep water. A scenic causeway from Highway 174 provides the option for a private entrance to this area.
The balance of the property consists of pine plantations, wildlife plots, and pine and live oak hammocks along the marsh edge. Additional features include four freshwater ponds, a saltwater lagoon fed by a tidal creek, and a controlled canal that is used to flood the natural impoundment.
Little Edisto Farm is protected by a conservation easement with Edisto Island Open Land Trust. The easement promotes "the continuation of historic and traditional uses of the protected property as a family residential, recreational hunting and fishing retreat." The easement grants permission for the property to be divided into four parcels. We are happy to provide the document for your review.
From constructing a waterfront home to enjoying the property solely for recreational use, this alluring 330-acre deep-water farm offers endless possibilities. No matter how you prefer to use the land, the property presents unparalleled views of the Intracoastal Waterway and the ACE Basin.