Longwood is a historic rice plantation on the East Branch of the Cooper River 45 minutes from Charleston. The area is rural & made up mostly of other plantations including Quinby, Halidon Hill, Middleburg, Cedar Hill, and Bonneau Ferry. Many properties including Longwood have been protected by conservation easements which allow for continued historic uses such as hunting, farming and timbering, yet discourage future development. The plantations here are almost 300 years old and among the most beautiful in the South. .Longwood has a mile of waterfront on the Cooper River. Its land is spectacular with woodlands, rolling pastures, lakes and rice fields. The main house is on a hill surrounded by live oaks with wonderful views in all directions. Other bldgs. include a managers house, stablworkshop, equipment shed and a tenant house. Other improvements include a remote-controlled entrance gate, three septic tanks, four wells, 2,500 linear feet of fencing, two water control devices and a polo field
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