Todd Crosby


Crosby Land Company, Inc. is a full-service real estate brokerage with more than 39 years of hands-on experience in the land business. We have an unparalleled passion for real estate. We also set a professional standard that sets us apart from other real estate companies.

Based in the Colleton County of South Carolina and the “Ace Basin” of the Lowcountry, we understand the intricacies of historical land ownership in the South. Life is different down here, and you need a representative who understands the values of southern culture, heritage, and traditions. We know people, and we specialize in rural land. Unlike other realty companies that focus on residential sales, we are land specialists. It’s all we do.

Our sales team has extensive backgrounds in forestry, agriculture applications, wildlife management, conservation easements, and more. We are actively engaged in the sale of all types of rural land, including antebellum plantations, high-end recreational properties, farms, and agricultural land throughout the Southeast.

$1,096,435  •  425.8 acres
The Burgess Road Tract is located along Burgess Road in South West Newberry County, only 12 miles from Newberry. The property boasts over 3,800 feet of paved county road frontage with multiple gated access points on either side of Burgess Road. The topography offers a gentle roll with mostly upland soil types suitable for a variety of applications. 81 % of this tract consists of 2-year-old genetically improved loblolly pine; this blank canvas offers the new owners an opportunity to implement their own new management and plans for the future. This property is bordered on two sides by a hardwood creek bottom that offers natural buffers that provide a nice year-round water source. The well-established internal road system provides ease of access to all portions of the property for management or recreational pursuits. In addition, there are several established wildlife openings and food plots that have been well maintained; these will provide the new owners the ability to begin spring and fall plantings for wildlife. The hardwood creek bottoms provide excellent travel corridors, a sustainable water source, and mast-producing oak trees for deer and wild turkey. The quality of deer herd and abundant populations of turkey make this a perfect weekend hunting retreat for families or a permanent residential site for a family compound. This property is a rare opportunity to own a large, well-managed tract of land in Newberry County in a private setting. Well stocked with genetically improved loblolly 2 bold water features Conveniently located in close proximity to Lake Greenwood Abundant wildlife populations Paved road frontage
$632,046  •  199.8 acres
The Williams Road tract is located approximately 2 miles north of Sycamore, SC, in Allendale County. The property boasts over 3,000 feet of paved road frontage with multiple points of access on Hwy 321, Long Pond Road, and Williams Road. The property offers a gentle rolling topography with upland pine plantations giving way to a mature hardwood creek bottom. The managed forest is in excellent growing condition and has the potential for a sustainable revenue stream with the implementation of a good forestry management plan. The diverse landscape of this property provides ideal habitat for wild game, there abundant populations of both deer and turkey in this rural farming community. There are several established food plots already on site, the new owners can immediately utilize these with spring and fall plantings. The privacy this property offers in conjunction with the picturesque settings along the creek bottom offer several potential home sites for multiple permanent residences or a weekend hunting lodge. Three Phase Electrical power service on property Steel shed located on a 6-inch concrete pad Well casing for 10 inch well Excellent interior road system Merchantable timber ready for thinning Mature Creek bottom providing a water source
$632,046  •  163.51 acres
The Belger Road tract is located in a private rural setting between Appleton and the town of Allendale, SC. The landscape is diverse and consists of 146.2 +/- acres of 15-year-old merchantable pine plantation and 16.3 acres of mature hardwood bordering a small creek. The merchantable pine plantation, which is soon ready for the first thinning, warrants this tract to be an excellent long-term timberland investment with potential for immediate cash flow. Recreational possibilities are endless on this tract, located in an area known for quality deer management and an abundant population of turkeys, this is an ideal weekend retreat for all hunter types. The hardwood drains and creek bottom provide a diverse habitat, including travel corridors, a sustainable water source, and mast-producing oak trees for deer and wild turkeys. The high loamy soil types, ease of access from the county road, and serene private setting would lend this property to serving well as a permanent residential site or multiple family compounds. Seller will consider dividing the parcel, using Belger Road as the natural division line.
$995,640  •  82 acres
O Euhaw Creek Drive is located approximately 17 miles North of the historic town of Bluffton, SC, and 7 miles Southeast of Ridgeland, SC. The topo is relatively level and comprised of mostly upland loamy soil types suitable for a variety of applications. Historical use has been for upland game bird habitat in conjunction with sustainable forestry management practices. The landscape consists of planted pines and natural pine/hardwood forest. In addition, there are several fallow fields offering a diverse habitat for wildlife. The property boast over 2,000 feet of frontage along Euhaw Creek Drive and 2,500 feet along Strawberry Hill Road. This is a blank canvas for a variety of potential applications including multiple permanent residential sites, recreational opportunities, long-term investment, or conservation.
$270,396  •  128 acres
Located in the northeast portion of Bamberg County, this property lies in close proximity to Colleton County and is an easy commute from the Charleston or Summerville area. The property is easily accessible from a county paved road with a very adequate interior road system allowing for access to all portions of the property. The merchantable timber has been recently harvested offering the next landowner a blank canvas to begin the next chapter for this high-quality acreage. The property is located in a very private setting offering privacy and reclusion, in addition, there are several established wildlife food plots located throughout the property. This is an ideal weekend country escape, recreational property, permanent residence, or family compound.
$16,500,000  •  1,640 acres
Poco Sabo Plantation is a historic rice plantation, a hunting preserve, a private home, and a wildlife refuge in South Carolina's coastal plain. Situated on the Ashepoo River in Colleton County and compromising approximately 1,640 acres, Poco Sabo is a place of recreation, modern land management, and nature conservation. The plantation contains a great variety of plant and animal habitats, well-regulated historic rice fields, pecan orchards, cultivated agricultural fields, and managed forests. The plantation is one of the original components of the Ashepoo-Combahee-Edisto (ACE) Basin, an innovative conservation program managed by The Nature Conservancy, Ducks Unlimited, various land trusts, and corporate and private land landowners. The consortium works to preserve this refuge from the stresses and dangers of life in the twenty-first century. Encompassing nearly 350,000 acres, the ACE Basin is the largest estuarine wildlife preserve on the Atlantic coast. Moore, Alexander. Poco Sabo Plantation "A Place in Time", 2005. Historical Description The name "Poco Sabo'' originated from the native Indian tribes that settled along the Coastal Plain of South Carolina in 1686. Due to unrest between the Spanish and early settlers at Stuart Town near Port Royal, the Yemassee Indians moved several settlements to the upper reaches of the Ashepoo River. Several villages including Ocute, Tascagy, Chechessee, and Poco Sabo were clustered near present-day Poco Sabo Plantation. By 1715, most of these villages had been abandoned but their names remained on creeks, islands, and tracts of land. The Lord Proprietors of Carolina were intent on expanding and securing the new frontier. Their economic initiative continued southward from Charles Town; in their fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, they created a local, hereditary aristocracy of landgraves. One proprietary landgrave was Edmund Bellinger; his grant called Ashepoo or Bellinger's Barony was issued on December 12, 1702. Many of the present day plantations located along the Ashepoo River were included in this large landgrave, which exceeded 8,000 acres at the time of his death. The location of present day Poco Sabo Plantation was the historical and cultural center of the Ashepoo Barony, and the plantation played an important emblematic role in the history of South Carolina. Throughout history, it has endured battles between warring Indian tribes, the American Revolution and a Civil War between brothers. Today, very little remains are evident from its past; the most significant historical structures that survive today are tidal rice fields that form a crescent at the confluence of the Ashepoo River and Beef Creek, a Bellinger family cemetery plot, and a small tabby ruin. Poco Sabo changed hands frequently from 1850 to 1900. The postwar sales were driven by poverty and the owners' inability to maintain their land. A chain of various owners held title to all or varying portions of the present day holdings; names included that of Rhett, Means, Lining, Parker, Tracy, Hanckel and Witten, Halsey and Boynton. In 1934 Silas Wilder Howland, an attorney and a member of the Guggenheim Brothers' Mining Industrialist Corporation, purchased Poco Sabo. During his ownership, Poco Sabo took a new direction from an income-producing property from the 19th century to that of recreation, leisure, and entertainment in the new 20th century. Mr. Howland built the present day Georgian-style main house designed by the architectural firm of Albert Simmons and Bilas Lapham Jr. Mr. Howland ushered Poco Sabo into its role as a gentlemen's hunting plantation and game preserve and began the slow intentional development of what Poco Sabo is today. Mr. Howland's death in 1938 prompted the sale of Poco Sabo and during the years of 1939 to 1971, the land was owned by varying names and entities. In 1971, Allen Spalding purchased Poco Sabo. His ownership marked a number of accomplishments that improved the plantation and the surrounding "ACE" Basin. During the nearly twenty years that Spaulding owned Poco Sabo, the plantation was well maintained and became known as a premiere hunting plantation, undivided and unexploited for commerce. In 1994, the current owners purchased Poco Sabo; and through their unselfish devotion of resources and labor, they have brought this gem back to its early greatness. The restoration efforts and updates have been given much attention; the main house and auxiliary buildings have been updated while preserving the history and charm this property exudes. In addition to the manager's house, other supportive outbuildings populate the property to serve the plantation. Today, there are several well-appointed guest cottages, equipment sheds, stables, kennels, a greenhouse, and an exercise pavilion. Conservation of the land and its creatures is the hallmark of Poco Sabo today. This legacy property has been gently sculpted over time. To own Poco Sabo today is to take a part in a three hundred year succession of planters, farmers, outdoor sporting enthusiasts and dedicated conservationists. Moore, Alexander. Poco Sabo Plantation "A Place in Time", 2005. Poco Sabo is co-listed with Plantation Services and Crosby Land Company. To view this property visit or is shown by appointment only.
$825,000  •  298 acres
Located near the rural community of Troy in McCormick County SC. this property offers an abundance of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast including hunting, trail riding and just exploring the great outdoors. The property offers a gentle rolling topography with scenic vistas overlooking mature hardwood creek bottoms, there are multiple potential home sites located throughout the property. The significant benefit of this property is that it is surrounded by the 370,000-acre Sumter National Forest providing protection, privacy and an abundance of wild game. The landscape consists of a diverse habitat including 238+/- acres of mature loblolly plantation most of which is one age class and established in 1984. The hardwood creek bottoms have a seasonal flow and consist of 60+/- acres of mature hard and soft wood species. The timber is in excellent growing condition and may provide a continual revenue stream through sustainable forestry management. Located adjacent to the property is the well-documented and historical site referred to as the Long Cane Massacre. This site is significant to the history of exploration and the Calhoun family settlement in South Carolina for its association with the Cherokee War of 1760. An estimated 100 Cherokee Warriors overtook approximately 150 Scottish-Irish settlers in a property dispute here.
$2,688,240  •  233 acres
Ticton Hall 1 is a premier property located in Jasper County, SC easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head, or Beaufort. Ticton Hall 1 is now being offering as a divided parcel for the first time, giving you the opportunity to own a piece of the historical Chelsea Plantation in the Lowcountry of South Carolina! Ticton Hall offers multiple potential home sites amongst the 200+ year old moss draped oaks that abound on this parcel. In the upland bird habitat, there are several well-established courses with an excellent mixture of cover including, bunch grasses, sedges, warm season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources making this an excellent tract for the avid outdoorsman. There are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest located in the center of this property, this area is ideal for turkey and deer habitat. The pine stands with proper management will provide revenue streams for years to come. This is a rare opportunity to own a storied piece of the Lowcountry in an area where it is rare to find vacant properties of this size. . The property is surrounded by Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club, and Spring Hill, which are all noteworthy landholdings in the area. This privacy and seclusion of Ticton Hall 1 is one of its most notable assets as it creates the perfect setting for a family compound or weekend getaway.
$1,653,000  •  132 acres
Ticton Hall 2 is located in Jasper County, SC. The location of Ticton Hall 2 is one of its greatest assets as it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head, or Beaufort. This is the first time the historic Chelsea Plantation is being offered as a divided parcel giving you the rare opportunity to own a piece of the historical Chelsea Plantation. Ticton Hall 2 is surrounded with 200+ year old oaks draped in moss aligning the roads, highlighting multiple potential home sites. This privacy and seclusion of this offering creates the perfect setting for a family compound or weekend getaway. Ticton Hall 2 has several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest located in the center of the property ideal for deer and turkey habitat. The pine stands have potential for revenue streams with proper management. In the upland bird habitat there are several well-established courses with an excellent mixture of cover including, bunch grasses, sedges, warm season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Additionally, this property offers multiple food plots for the avid outdoorsman. The property is surrounded by Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club, and Spring Hill, which are all noteworthy landholdings in the area. This is rare opportunity to own a storied piece of the Lowcountry in an area where it is rare to find vacant historical properties of this size.
$705,550  •  274 acres
The Jones Place offering is located approximately 20 miles SE of Macon, GA. in a quiet rural setting surrounded by larger private landholdings providing privacy and seclusion. Accessibility is readily available from the county paved road with three gated points of entry. The condition of this property is excellent; it has been managed with care while maximizing productivity with a focus on sustainable forestry. The age-class distribution ranges from pre-merch pine to mature saw timber that was established in 1983 and ready for harvest. The typography of this tract offers a gentle roll with several small ephemeral streams providing a seasonal flow and scenic landscape. These picturesque settings overlooking the hardwood bottoms could potentially provide several excellent residential sites or a family compound.
$228,459  •  87 acres
The Hillburn tract offering is an excellent option for any small - medium sized investor looking to diversify his/her portfolio. The property boasts over 3,200 feet of highway frontage along Orianna Road with multiple gated points of entry. The majority of this acreage is high useable ground suitable for a variety of usages, including recreational or residential sites. The neighborhood is rural and consists of medium to larger sized private landholdings; most of these are managed for timber or farming operations. The landscape consists of a gentle rolling topography with upland pine that gives way to a small creek bottom providing a diversified habitat for wildlife. This is an excellent opportunity for a permanent private residence, recreational property, or just a blank canvas ready for the next owner to start their story.
$197,994  •  81 acres
The Hillburn 2 tract offering is an excellent option for any small - medium sized investor looking to diversify his/her portfolio. The property boasts over 3,200 feet of highway frontage along Orianna Road with multiple gated points of entry. The majority of this acreage is high useable ground suitable for a variety of usages, including recreational or residential sites. The neighborhood is rural and consists of medium to larger sized private landholdings; most of these are managed for timber or farming operations. The landscape consists of a gentle rolling topography with upland pine that gives way to a small creek bottom providing a diversified habitat for wildlife. This is an excellent opportunity for a permanent private residence, recreational property, or just a blank canvas ready for the next owner to start their story.
$161,300  •  42 acres
Located in Northern Colleton County and conveniently located only 3 miles off I-95, Can City allows for an easy commute from Charleston or Summerville for those weekend hunting trips. The tract consists of 42 acres of well-managed loblolly plantation that is in excellent growing condition for a future return on investment. Can City is also surrounded by similar properties that are being managed for wildlife habitat and timberland investment.
$187,772  •  72 acres
Located only 30 minutes from Summerville, this tract is well situated for an easy drive to your weekend hunting grounds. The landscape consist of natural pine and hardwood species providing an ideal habitat for deer and turkey. The tract hunts like a much larger parcel due to its configuration, allowing the hunter to cover a much larger area than other properties of similar acreage.
$35,000  •  2 acres
The Bellfield Road Tract 1 property offering is conveniently located a mile off of Highway 17. The properties close proximity to Highway 17 allows for an easy commute to Charleston. There are many ammenties in Charleston including: fine dining, boating and access to major beaches. The property is currently wooded, but would be an excellent permanent residential site nestled on a quiet county dirt road.
$906,175  •  270 acres
This tract is part of the former Bonnie Doone Plantation, located in the ACE Basic Of Colleton County. This is the ideal property for recreational pursuits located less than an hour drive from Charleston. The property is in close proximity to several local plantations and the headwaters of Ashepoo River making it an ideal location for waterfowl impoundments.
$1,602,777  •  629 acres
The Crockett tract is conveniently located just 10 miles from Sylvania, GA and 65 miles from Savannah, GA. The property consist of 322.4+/- acres of 2020 loblolly pine, 228.2+/- acres of 1980 hardwood, 28.1+/- acres of bottomland, and a 20 acre Carolina Bay providing excellent opportunity for waterfowl hunting. The diverse landscape provides ideal habitat for the pursuits of wild turkey, deer, and waterfowl, which are plentiful in the area.
$325,500  •  115.8 acres
Located near the rural community of Troy, SC, this property offers quiet serenity in the purest form. Surrounded by the US Forest Service will ensure privacy as well as an abundance of wild game in the immediate area. The topography offers a gentle roll with a diverse forest type, providing several picturesque sites for permanent residence or a weekend hunting cabin. The property consists of 95 acres of pine plantation, providing immediate potential for a revenue stream through sustainable forestry management, as well as mature hardwoods along the creek bottom. Located adjacent to the property is a historical site referred to as the Long Cane Massacre of 1760. Approximately 150 Scottish-Irish settlers were overtaken by 100 Cherokee warriors. Twenty-three victims that were left at the scene of the attack are buried here in one grave.
$499,500  •  183.1 acres
The diverse landscape will provide all outdoor enthusiasts much enjoyment from hunting, trail riding, tree farming, or serve as a permanent residence. The property is comprised of 155 acres of well-stocked loblolly plantation, 86 +/- acres of which is mature saw timber. In addition, there are approximately 36 +/- acres of mature hardwood creek bottom meandering through the tract offering a very diverse habitat for wildlife. The surrounding neighbor is National Forest; as a result, the property will offer privacy, seclusion, and quiet enjoyment along with abundant populations of deer and turkey.
$357,154  •  147 acres
The Glynn Girard tract is located in Burke County only 20 miles from Sylvania, GA and only 80 miles from Savannah, GA making an easy commute. The property consist of 123+/- acres of 2021 planted loblolly pine, and 23.3+/- acres of mature hardwood. This tract would make an excellent recreational tract for an avid hunter or long-term timber investment.
$637,172  •  168 acres
The property is conveniently located near Clinton, SC and can be easily accessed just off I-26. This is ideal hunting property as well as long term timberland investment, the landscape has a gentle roll to it and includes upland as well as small creek along the eastern boundary.
$1,047,377  •  322 acres
This property is located in a quite rural setting in Lancaster County just 1 hour from Columbia allowing for an easy commute. The property is comprised of 75% Pine Plantation consisting of two different age classes, 204 +/- acre of 2011 Loblolly and 29 +/- acre of 2005 Loblolly. The remaining acreage consist of mature hardwood drains with mast-producing oaks, which provides an excellent food source for all wildlife. This tract is an ideal weekend hunting retreat or a quiet place to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
$692,670  •  230 acres
Ray Branch is located approximately 20 miles SE of Columbia in Richland County SC. The community is a quiet rural setting with small family farming operations and managed timberlands as neighboring properties. The landscape is comprised of 65% upland which is suitable for building a permanent residence, family compound or continual management as a small timberland investment. The diverse landscape offers mature hardwood bottom along Ray's Branch as well as a 14+/- acre flooded beaver pond that has consistently produced abundant numbers of waterfowl. The focal point of this property is the 14 +/- acre lake. This picturesque setting has potential for multiple home sites or just a weekend cabin retreat. Ray's Branch offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, duck and fishing all within a short drive of Columbia SC.
$538,040  •  146 acres
The Ritter Salk Tract is located in Colleton County near the famed Salkehatchie River, which is known for abundant turkey populations and trophy whitetail deer. The property is surrounded by private landowners practicing quality deer management and this property is sure to reap the benefits.
$813,000  •  67 acres
Strawberry Hill is located approximately 17 miles North of Old Bluffton, SC, and 7 miles Southeast of Ridgeland, SC just off Hwy 462 and Strawberry Hill Road. The landscape is comprised of 12 acres of old growth mature hardwood, 10 acres of planted loblolly with balance consisting of fallow fields and hedgerows. Historically this property has served as upland game bird habitat and was a part of Chelsea Plantation. Now being offered as a separate parcel, this property can serve multiple usages including residential development, equestrian, recreational pursuits, or a weekend retreat.
Crosby Land Company, Inc.

Todd Crosby
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