For the first time in decades, a significant Longlands Plantation property under continuous ownership and intensive wildlife management has come to market. The Longlands Horse Pond tract is located on River Road in the Suttons community of Williamsburg County. Its proximity to large acreage tracts and the Santee River put it high up the list of recreational footprints and locations — offering legitimate quail habitat, quality deer, migratory waterfowl, dove options, and turkeys. The timber stands range from 4-year old planted loblolly to 90-year old scattered hardwoods and pine. Five agricultural fields totaling 71 acres frame the upland quail woods and provide critical edge and travel corridors. The eleven-acre natural namesake “Horse Pond” is historically consistent as a waterfowl destination — with wood ducks and teal spotted recently. The gate is an easy drive to and from Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, and Georgetown.