Charleston, SC 29412
Status: Active Contingent
4 beds | 3 baths | 3790 sqft
Just minutes from downtown Charleston, deep within historic Riverland Terrace, lies a rare waterfront opportunity on the banks of the Stono River. Perched on a high bluff above the floodplain lies 1.2 acres of prime deepwater property, ready for a new owner and a new chapter in Charleston history. Legend has it that the historic property was the site of Liza Lucas Pickney's experiments with indigo. There is also a gun emplacement and cannon on the property that was part of Fort Pemberton, now under a conservation easement with the South Carolina Battleground Trust. Along with it's premiere location, comes perhaps some of the most desirable features in the Lowcountry: sweeping sunset views, southerly afternoon breezes, and instant deepwater access, to enjoy time on the water.
Listing Office: The Cassina Group
Last Updated: July - 08 - 2020
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