The Hampton Stokes Field Club is in South Carolina between Charleston and Savannah. Tract IV is a part of this property and contains 1808.9 acres of natural woodlands, planted pines, fields and game plots. There are deer, doves, wild turkeys and beautiful uplands for released quail hunting.
Income is generated from hunting leases and the production and sale of pine and hardwood timber. According to Milliken Forestry the timber on Tract IV is worth approximately $2.7 million or $1500/acre.
The property is beautiful with a gently rolling topography and miles of trails under giant pines and live oaks. There are no public roads running through the property. There are no building improvements. New owners will have a clean canvas to create a place of their own. There are no conservation easements on the property so substantial tax benefits may be available for a purchaser willing to restrict the property from development.
The property is located less than an hour from Beaufort and Hilton Head, 45 minutes from the Savannah Airport, and 30 minutes from the jet port in Walterboro.