|Lot Size||1,282 acres|
Bonny Hall is a world class hunting plantation located on the Combahee River at the edge of the ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge. The property is stunningly beautiful, steeped in history, and a bird hunter’s mecca. The plantation was created by a British land grant in 1732. It was a working plantation and rice was produced commercially until 1914. Since then the plantation has been operated for hunting; and what a hunting place it is. A typical day at Bonny Hall begins with a duck hunt at dawn, a quail hunt until noon, a picnic in the field, and an afternoon dove shoot. If you like, climb into a deer stand or do a little fishing before dark. Life here is good; the ultimate place to entertain friends and family. The house at Bonny Hall is magnificent. The central part was built in 1897. Substantial additions and renovations were designed in 1935 by Charleston architect Samuel Lapham which included a wing added to each end. In recent years the house has been extensively modified and upgraded to perfection. Two charming guest cottages are located near the main house Today Bonny Hall is perhaps the most beautiful plantation on the Combahee River. It has everything a hunter could want; ducks, quail, dove, deer and wild turkeys. Most importantly, it comes with an excellent staff. Bonny Hall has the distinction of being the first property to become a part of the Ace Basin National Wildlife Refuge, one of the prettiest places in the world.