$24,000,000 • 3,486 acres
Annandale is a 3,486± acre historic rice plantation in Georgetown, South Carolina’s Santee Delta. With frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway, Minim Creek, Duck Creek, and North Santee Bay, the water resources create a tremendous ecological playground. In just the immediate area, the federal, state, and protected private lands make up over a half-million acres, creating the longest undeveloped stretch of coastline on the Atlantic.
Annandale is one of South Carolina’s most coveted waterfowl properties, with annual harvests consistently providing 5+ ducks per hunter per outing. For passionate waterfowlers, the drive comes from the inexplicable thrill of a decoying duck, and at Annandale, it’s these types of species that make up most of the bag – gadwalls, widgeon, pintails, teal, and mottled ducks. The sporting life is multi-seasonal here with a location that’s a launching point to endless river, bay, and ocean adventures.
Annandale is set up well for comfortable gatherings and entertaining family and friends. The historic Millbrook House, in a quintessentially southern setting surrounded by gorgeous live oaks, is the property’s restored 1833 Greek Revival home. The main house at Annandale was built in the 1970s and is 4,230± square feet. Offered turnkey with furnishings and equipment
and an excellent management team in place, the transition for a new owner will be easy and ready for use on day one. It is simply an understatement to say this is a rare opportunity to own a historic and unique part of the Lowcountry.
~ 3,486± acre historic rice plantation located twelve miles south of Georgetown, South Carolina, between Winyah Bay and the Santee River Delta, the largest river delta on the Eastern Seaboard and part of a nearly half-million-acre cluster of public and private protected lands
~ Between the 24,000-acre Tom Yawkey Wildlife Center and the 24,000-acre Santee Coastal Reserve Wildlife Management Area, both significant refuges for wintering waterfowl and migrating birds, and in one of the longest stretches of undeveloped coastline on the Atlantic
~ Impressive average of 5+ ducks per hunter per hunt year-in-and-year-out
~ Other exceptional and historic plantations in the neighborhood include Kinloch, Rochelle, Estherville, Rice Hope, Springsteen, Moreland, and Cane Island
~ 2.5± miles of frontage on Minim Creek and 3.5± miles on the Intracoastal Waterway
~ Site of the first tide-operated rice mill in SC
~ From the driveway, you’re only twenty to forty minutes from the thriving communities of Georgetown, Litchfield, and Mt. Pleasant; and barely an hour from the restaurants of downtown Charleston
~ Georgetown County Airport (GGE) is 11 miles from Annandale with a 6,005-foot runway, full-service FBO with jet fuel, mechanics, and storage options
~ Well-documented ownership history traces portions of the property back to a land grant in 1732
~ Annandale is protected by a conservation easement held by Wetlands America Trust, Inc. that allows two subdivisions and up to five additional single-family residences, plus other building rights
~ Easy transition for a new owner and ready to use on day one with excellent management team in place and offered turnkey with furnishings and equipment