Located along “Plantation Row” on the Pee Dee River north of Georgetown, the Brook’s Hill tract is a 547 acre unencumbered, blank canvas of timber, wildlife, and history. It is the location of the antebellum planters village of Brook’s Hill. It has a brick column entrance off of Plantersville Rd leading into an open 15-acre alley of live oaks and the original site of an antebellum home. Brick foundations and artifacts under the tree canopy tell stories of another time.
There are ten original Plantations surrounding the property: White House, Clermont, Nightingale, Weymouth, Milton Hall, Arundel, Chicora Wood, Rosebank, Exchange and Hasty Point. This property is located between Nightingale and Weymouth Plantation and was originally part of the Keithfield Plantation.
The home park is bordered by a two-acre pond which is the top end of a 25-acre beaver pond. The remainder of the property consists of 15-25-year-old planted pines. The property abounds with deer, turkey, ducks and some quail. This is a unique opportunity to own your piece of historic property on “Plantation Row” on the Great Pee Dee.