Dating back to the 18th century, Weehaw Plantation is a Lowcountry gem found just north of downtown Georgetown. Settled among the area’s stunning oaks and tall pines, the serenity of this property is unmatched. Encompassing 1029.6 acres in total, Weehaw Plantation consists of both fresh water tidal bottom lands, controlled title wetlands, open marsh, and scenic uplands, and 687.2 acres of the property is protected with a conservation easement. The “Marsh House,” overlooking an old rice field impoundment and on out to the Black and Pee Dee Rivers, offers a spacious and open living area perfect for entertaining. The kitchen and dining areas have been updated, as well as a separate utility/laundry room with plenty of storage space. There are two well appointed bedrooms downstairs, each with a full bathroom, and two large bedrooms and their bathrooms are located upstairs. A modern exercise building can be found adjacent to the house. At 1200sf, it is equipped with a free weight area, aerobic/treadmill machines, a bathroom, and a massage room. Also on the property, you will find a stunning 5,270sf stable, complete with 6 monitored stalls, a tack room, feed and storage room, riders lounge with a changing room and bathroom, and a large groomers apartment. There is an 1800sf operational green house. Built in 2012, this structure includes an office/workspace area and a bathroom. Finally, there is also a large equipment building (2700sf) offering an enclosed storage space for landscape equipment/tools, tractors, mowers, and other farm implements, seed/fertilizer storage, and more. The property itself is the real beauty. With remnants of an 18th century formal garden beneath specimen live oaks, you can spot an abundance of wildlife, including waterfowl and wading birds, American bald eagles, blue birds, turkey, deer, quail, fox squirrels, and an active red-cockaded woodpecker colony. A wide variety of fresh and saltwater fish and alligators also inhabit the various swamp areas and impoundment. Weehaw Plantation truly offers everything one dreams of in a Lowcountry lifestyle.