It’s always refreshing when land is allowed to find a balance. Weymouth is exactly that – a blend of quality hunting, preserved history, and comfortable livability. Its 912 acres combine mature longleaf forest with hardwood flats, timber ponds, intact rice field impoundments, and upland fields. The 4,400 square foot main home is a masterful restoration connecting two original 1830’s cabins that you honestly have to see to understand – especially if you appreciate architecture and woodwork.
A full plate of activities are available on the property – including quail hunting in good habitat, very good turkey hunting, multi-species duck hunting in several types of impoundments, tending a well-managed deer herd, bee-keeping, planting an established garden, horse infrastructure as needed, dove hunts, and plenty more.
The circa 1733 property also includes a 1.5 mile entrance road, live oak alley, guest cabin, barns, an office cabin, blacksmith shop, boat shed, millponds, 6 duck impoundments in the old rice fields, three dove field/pastures, and plenty of suitable equipment. Ten minutes by car to Georgetown or 30 minutes by boat to Winyah Bay, Weymouth presents a rare opportunity to own a recreationally functional block of revolutionary and antebellum history.
The property is protected by a conservation easement with plentiful room for more land protection.