Rare opportunity to own a historic recreational tract only an hour drive from Charleston! Originally part of a land grant to Thomas Middleton in 1732 and later bought as a working farm by Captain Peter Gaillard Sr, Belmont Plantation includes 193 acres of secluded land with a beautiful farmhouse that is an accurate reproduction of the 1940's house (new construction in 1992 built on 1941 foundation). In 2007 the house was completely renovated and a 30' x 45' barn was added. Belmont is characterized by mature live oaks, magnolias, pecan trees, and long leaf pines. The property has a network of roads and ATV trails and has been well managed for deer, turkey, and duck hunting. There are several fields ideal for dove hunting or crop production, and there is a timber management plan in place that could create potential future income. The northern edge of the property borders Santee Cooper's property along Lake Marion, providing the potential for future lake access if permitted by Santee Cooper. In an increasingly busy world, Belmont offers a nearby opportunity for true peace and quiet!
|St. James-Gaillard Elementary School Elementary , Lake Marion High School And Technology Center High , Junior High , Holly Hill Roberts Middle Middle School|
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