About The Property
Deepwater Property on Wadmalaw Island - Wilson Bugby contains approximately 480 acres of land on the north end of Wadmalaw Island. Three of the four subdivided parcels stretch along the quiet waters of Bohicket Creek, overlooking Johns Island. Conservation easements protect all of them from overbuilding, so the area will remain isolated. Wadmalaw Island is one of the few places on the East Coast where one third of the land mass has been protected in perpetuity, where conservation-minded owners have preserved what they love most.
Wilson Bugby allows space for vegetable or flower gardens, for horse stables and trails, for hiking paths and tranquility. Fishing and dove, turkey, and deer hunting opportunities abound. The growing commercial area of Johns Island is just five minutes away, across the Esau Jenkins Bridge. And Charleston, one of the South’s most exciting modern cities, can be reached in half an hour.
Parcel 1, the woods tract, has 161.8 acres of mature pine/hardwood forest, including a beautiful hardwood bottom.
Parcels 2, 3, and 4 have over 1,200 feet of marsh and water frontage along Bohicket Creek. Each parcel includes a nice mix of fields with wooded waterfront areas and desirable home sites.
Parcels 3 and 4 each have freshwater ponds. Deepwater docks on Bohicket Creek have been proposed for all three waterfront parcels.
This is truly a special, rare offering that allows one the opportunity to create a family compound or a waterfront or equestrian estate. HFL represented the Seller. The sale occurred in four separate transactions.