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.

$1,950,000  •  21.21 acres
The Moselle Estate House is located in Northwest Colleton County and is comprised of 21.21+/- surrounding acres. The landscape consists of upland open fields and a mature old growth hardwood forest as a backdrop. This property is secluded in nature and remains quiet and private. The Moselle Estate House is a unique property that has the capacity to offer a buyer many potential uses such as a family residence or compound, equestrian pursuits, hobby farm, or just a weekend retreat destination. Beyond the stately brick columns at the entrance of the property, awaits a long impressive oak-lined driveway leading to a quintessential southern vision of the classic and traditional styled Moselle Estate House. The 4 bedroom / 4.5 bathroom residence is a sprawling 5275 square foot home that exudes character, charm, and high-end finishes. The picturesque front and back porches are ideal for embracing the peaceful country setting. The Mahogany front door opens into a two-story foyer, forged with gleaming heart pine floors, tongue and groove walls, and a grand staircase with a mezzanine balcony. Soaring vaulted ceilings carry from the foyer into the massive family room adorned with custom built-ins, crown molding, and mahogany french doors leading to the massive back porch. The chef's kitchen, open to the family room, is equipped with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances including a GE Monogram Refrigerator, a GE Monogram double oven gas convection range with 6 burners, a Kitchen Aid dishwasher and a Viking ice maker. It also boasts a breakfast nook with a bay window overlooking the backyard, a large island with granite countertops, custom cabinetry with pull-out drawers, and a walk-in pantry with wooden shelving. Adjoining the kitchen is the large dining room with a statement-piece chandelier. Exceptional for hosting, the sizable recreational room on the main level, perfect for billiards, has additional custom built-ins, recessed lighting, custom gun cabinets, and a tailor-made billiards light fixture. The recreation room has a secondary staircase leading to the upstairs area. The primary bedroom, located on the main level, boasts private mahogany french doors leading to the covered back porch and an ensuite with a jacuzzi tub, separate shower, his and her vanities, a walk-in closet with wooden shelving, and a water closet. There is a guest bedroom on the main level with a hall bathroom, perfect for guests. The laundry room, on the main level, has a wash basin, cabinetry, and a sizable area for a folding table. Upstairs houses two spacious bedrooms, each with their own full bathrooms and excessive storage space, along with a bonus room with secondary access to the recreation/billiards room. Some notable upgrades include hardiplank siding, multiple mahogany french doors, tankless water heater, standing seam metal roof, copper flashing, and more. The Moselle Estate House is approximately 45 miles from Beaufort, 70 miles from Charleston, and 75 miles from Savannah; this property is centrally located in the Lowcountry. SHOWINGSAll showings require an appointment, and potential buyers must be pre-approved for purchase prior to visit.
$148,000  •  37 acres
The Colleton Road tract is located near the quiet community of Williams in NW Colleton County, approximately 16 miles west of Walterboro, SC. The property has county-paved frontage along Garris Avenue as well as frontage along Colleton Mill Road. The landscape consists of three differing age classes of planted pine totaling 23 acres: 12 acres of mature natural pine and hardwood and a 1.5-acre open field or wildlife opening. This is an ideal property for a small recreational hunting tract or a permanent residential site. There are an additional 55+/- acres available across Garris Avenue. Property Features: Electrical service 1.5-acre field Natural pine and hardwood Planted pine **This property is owned by a licensed South Carolina real estate agent**
$324,500  •  110 acres
The 99 Road Tract West offering is conveniently located 47 miles NW of Columbia, SC, and within an hour and a half drive of Rock Hill, Spartanburg, and Greenville, SC. This portion of the 99 Road Tract consists of 110 +/- acres that offer a rolling topography with a mixed species of naturally regenerated forest types. There are multiple scenic views overlooking several hardwood drains that bisect the property adding diversity for wildlife habitat, travel corridors, and a natural water source. This property is adjoined on two sides by the Enoree District of the Sumter National Forest. This forest encompasses 170,000 acres, offering an abundant population of deer and wild turkey. The property has good accessibility from the county road and with over 90% of it being upland soils, there is more than enough surface area to support multiple potential homesites or a weekend hunting lodge. Property Features: Gated Entrance 670 Feet of Paved Road Frontage Adjoins Enoree National Forest Electrical Service Onsite
$383,500  •  130 acres
The 99 Road Tract East property offering is conveniently located 47 miles NW of Columbia, SC, and within an hour and a half drive of Rock Hill, Spartanburg, and Greenville, SC. This portion of the 99 Road Tract consists of 130 +/- acres of natural pine regeneration, with McClures Creek meandering through the east side of the property providing immense habitat diversity. The tract has two access points from the highway and an established interior road system that grants access to the entire property. This is an ideal recreational property that could easily serve as a permanent residential home site. The rolling topography and elevation changes provide picturesque views overlooking the hardwood bottoms. Property Features: 1,035 Feet of Creek Frontage Interior Road System 2,895 Feet of Paved Road Frontage Gated Entrance Electrical Service Onsite
$909,323  •  213.96 acres
The Lonesome Dove Road property offering is located approximately 15 miles south of Laurens, SC near the quiet rural community of Waterloo. This property boasts a sizeable creek with a continuous flow running through the property and a mature stand of natural forest types. These features are not only beneficial for aesthetics, but as equally important for the wildlife habitat. This sanctuary provides travel corridors and hardwood mast for all sorts of wild game. The soils are very productive and have been professionally managed to maximize return on the 172 acres of pine plantation. This property is in excellent condition and well-positioned for a timberland investor or a recreational buyer. Property Features: Gated Entrance Paved Road Frontage Mature Natural Forest Bold Creek Well Stocked Pine Plantation Excellent neighboring property ownership
$716,252  •  223.83 acres
The Garber property offering is located 40 miles NE of Columbia, SC and only 5 miles from the quiet community of Ridgeway, SC. Located in a very rural and quiet area, this is an ideal setting for the serious outdoor sportsman. Access is from Old Belton Road which has only one residence. Upon entering the property, you will notice the quality of the roads which access all points of the 223+/- acres. The property offers a great deal of diversity with several mature hardwood bottoms bisecting the landscape, which provide ample mast-producing species of oaks and excellent travel corridors for wildlife. This is a quality property offering that has a lot of upside potential. Property Features: Gated Entrance Mature Natural Forest Close Proximity to Columbia Private Setting Good Interior Road System
$441,664  •  115.74 acres
The Farrell's Mill II property is primarily wooded, containing roughly 40+/- acres of hardwood bottomland and 70+/- acres of recently thinned pine plantation providing wildlife habitat diversity. Farrell's Mill II option has roughly 2,226 feet of paved road frontage off of Farrells Mill Road, and an adequate internal road system that makes way to multiple potential homesites. Water features are abundant on this property with over 1,774 feet of Turkey Creek road frontage and a 3-acre stocked fish pond. *Option II of Farrell's Mill may be purchased in conjunction with Option III, it may not be purchased individually* Property Features: 3-acre stocked fish pond Stick built 30x15 shed Fresh water well Electrical Service 1,300 feet of paved road frontage 1,774 feet of creek frontage (Turkey Creek)
$673,855  •  192.53 acres
The diverse landscape will provide all outdoor enthusiasts much enjoyment from hunting, tree farming, a weekend retreat or trail riding to mention a few possible activities. This quiet rural community would serve well for anyone looking to build a permanent residence or family compound in a natural picturesque setting. The property comprises 156 acres of well-stocked loblolly plantation that is ready for thinning or final harvest depending on the new owners objectives. In addition, there are approximately 36+/- acres of mature natural hardwood and pine mix meandering through the tract offering a very diverse habitat for wildlife and providing a nice seasonal water feature. The property is easily accessible with an excellent interior road system providing access to several wildlife openings suitable for game plots. The surrounding neighbor is the Sumter National Forest's Long Cane district comprising 120,000 acres of forest providing privacy, hunting opportunities, and protection from outside influences of development or growth. Clarks Hill and Lake Strom Thurmond are nearby with public boat and fishing access to over 71,000 acres of surface water area. PROPERTY FEATURES: -Merchantable Pine Plantation -Natural Pine and Hardwood -Permanent Residential Potential -County Dirt Road -Creek -National Forest and Lake Thurmond access
$426,335  •  121.81 acres
Located near the rural community of Troy, SC, this property offers quiet serenity in the purest form. Surrounded by 120,000 acres of the Long Cane district of the US Forest Service this property is well situated to provide privacy and quiet enjoyment for all outdoor pursuits. The topography has a gentle roll with a diverse landscape including planted loblolly plantations, and old growth natural stands of pine and hardwood . In addition, there are multiple sites suitable for a permanent residence, weekend hunting cabin, or a family compound . The property consists of 96 acres of pine plantation and 25 acres of natural pine/hardwood, ready for thinning or final harvest depending on the owners objectives. Nearby is the famed Lake Strom Thurmond, encompassing some 71,000 acres of public access for boating, fishing and water sports. Located adjacent to the property is a historical battle site known 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. PROPERTY FEATURES: -Permanent Residential Site -Merchantable Pine Plantation -Natural Pine and Hardwood -Gated -Seasonal Creek -Internal Roads -Nearby Lake access -US Forest hunting access
$668,325  •  187.41 acres
The Greg Shoals Road property is located in Abbeville County near the Anderson County line, making it only 25 miles from Anderson, SC and 54 miles from Greenville, SC. This quiet, rural setting is an ideal location for outdoor recreational activities, a weekend retreat, a permanent residence or family compound. Features of the property include 74+/- acres of 31 year old merchantable pine plantation, 27+/- acres of mature natural pine and hardwood, along with 87+/- acres of 2 year old genetically improved loblolly. The topography has a gentle roll with several picturesque views. Lake Russell is nearby with a public boat ramp less than seven tenths of a mile from the property. There are several points where you can see the lake at a distance from the property. The interior road system is excellent and provides access to all portions of the Greg Shoals Road property. PROPERTY FEATURES Abundant wild game Hardwood creek bottom with natural stream Nearby lake Russell access Quiet community Close proximity to Greenville Merchantable timber Interior road system
$991,400  •  248 acres
The Burch property offering is located in a quiet and rural community about 15 miles SE of Bamberg, SC. The frontage off Hwy 301 provides adequate access and an interior road system that traverses most of the property. The area that surrounds this property is comprised of large private landowners, most of whom practice quality management for deer and turkey in an area known for good genetics making this property ideal for any hunting pursuits. The property consists of 237+/- acres of planted loblolly with varying age classes providing annual revenue streams for years to come with a series of wet-weather hardwood ponds that provide necessary habitat diversification. The property is a blank canvas staged for the next owner with endless possibilities. Property Features: Established Food Plots 2,677+/- Feet of Road Frontage
$807,279  •  244 acres
Annand & Crawford is located 47 miles west of Summerville, SC and only 10 miles NW of 1-95. Nestled in a quiet community, the landscape of the property consists of 197 +/- acres of pre-merchantable pine plantation while the remaining acreage is comprised of natural hardwood drains. This tract consists of mostly upland soils that are suitable for a variety of different usages including timber management, agriculture, and many other recreational activities. The property contains an excellent interior road system that provides access to all portions of the property. This offering has been managed for maximum timber production and the pre-merchantable pine will provide future revenue streams with the continuance of a sound forestry management plan. In addition to being an excellent timber investment, the property is located in a game rich area and could provide the privacy and seclusion needed for a potential homesite or family compound. Property Features: Ditches Planted Pine Internal Road System Paved Road Frontage Established Food Plots
$333,459  •  84 acres
The Mill Branch Tract offers nearly 3,868 +/- feet of paved road frontage and a gated access point off of Reevesville Road. In addition, Mill Branch provides a very diverse and unique landscape consisting of 37 +/- acres of 6 year old planted loblolly pine along with 28 +/- acres of mature hardwood creek bottom that meanders the length of the property providing great diversity for deer and turkey. The Mill Branch tract is located only 34 miles NW of Summerville, SC, making it an easy commute for any weekend recreational activities. PROPERTY FEATURES Pre-merchantable pine plantation Paved road frontage Gated access
$15,300,000  •  1,283 acres
Currently, Ticton Hall offers six well-established quail courses covering 800+/- acres of ideal habitat. The courses offer an excellent mixture of cover including bunch grasses, sedges, warm-season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Should the new owner opt to increase the size and number of courses, significant acreage remains with soils compatible for upland game bird habitat. In addition to the excellent quail hunting, there are multiple dove fields and 31 +/- acres of waterfowl impoundments. These impoundments can be planted and flooded annually - they have consistently held ample numbers of wintering waterfowl and add to the diversity of sporting adventures for wing shooters. The location of Ticton Hall is one of its most notable assets. Though it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head, or Beaufort, due to its natural surroundings it remains quiet, private, and secluded. Other noteworthy landholdings in the area include Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club and Spring Hill. Euhaw Creek borders Ticton Hall and offers 9000+/- feet of river frontage, of which 2500+/- feet are considered high, non-marsh frontage. Much of this frontage consists of a bluff overlooking the river or marsh, some of which offer westerly views. A deep water tributary of the Broad River, Euhaw Creek is accessible for most watercraft. Port Royal Sound is nearby as well, and it is a short boat ride to downtown Beaufort or Hilton Head. The bluff along the waterfront will allow for multiple home sites or a family compound complete with private docks. The high bluff with deep water adds a beautiful, rare, and extremely valuable feature and endless possibilities for the enjoyment of Ticton Hall. In considering the unusual land and water features, well-drained soils, proximity to Bluffton, and the immense projected growth in the area, Ticton Hall may also offer the new owner significant potential tax benefits through the donation of a conservation easement. Easements can be designed to fit the requirements of the property owner, allowing for all current and historical usages, while also providing protection from development and fragmentation. In addition to the potential easement value, there are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest. These timberlands have been managed with a sustainable approach that will provide the potential for current and future revenue streams. Seller may consider dividing this offering by using Ticton Hall Road as the division line. "Ticton Hall is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, a historical property that will offer any discerning buyer almost unlimited outdoor pleasure, investment potential and is a significant opportunity for a conservation buyer."- Todd Crosby, ALC
$719,022  •  163.6 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.
$858,141  •  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 services 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
$447,189  •  129.62 acres
The Washie Pelham tract is located in northwestern Colleton County only 1 hour from Beaufort, SC and 1.5 hours from Charleston, SC. The property is the ideal size acreage for easy management yet its shape allows it to hunt much larger than it actually is. This area of Colleton County is known for producing quality deer and abundant turkey populations, located in close proximity to the famed Salkehatchie River. This is a must see tract of land for any avid hunters.
Crosby Land Company, Inc.
Crosby Land Company, Inc.
Todd Crosby
Todd Crosby
300 Carn Street
Walterboro, SC 29488

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