Windfall is 161± acres on the Intracoastal Waterway and features a diverse habitat that includes mature pines, oaks, marshes, and the crown jewel—an intact and a 20± acre brackish water impoundment. It is located on quite possibly the most desirable stretch on the eastern seaboard when it comes to wing shooting, neighboring the Francis Marion National Forest, across the Intracoastal from the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, and just downstream from the Santee Coastal Reserve. This is all part of the Cape Romain-Santee Delta Region, the location of the largest river delta on the Eastern Seaboard and part of a nearly half-million-acre cluster of protected public and private lands, and has been designated as internationally important for shorebirds and other wildlife.
Private and secluded yet convenient to modern amenities, Windfall is just two miles north of the charming and historic village of McClellanville, 40 minutes north of Mount Pleasant, and less than a half hour south of Georgetown. Charleston—for the eleventh year straight—was named the number one city in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure and is just a 50 minute drive from Windfall.
Like many significant landholdings in the area, Windfall is protected by a conservation easement with Ducks Unlimited.
Overview & Facts
- Rare 161± acre “saltwater farm” exceptionally located less than two miles north of McClellanville in Charleston County, SC with frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway.
- Intact brackish water impoundment.
- Nearly surrounded by state and federal lands including the Francis Marion National Forest, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, and the Santee Coastal Reserve.
- Diverse landscape including mature pines, live oaks, and marshes.
- Improvements include a four bedroom low country main house and two guest cottages, two barns, and a fire pit.
- The property is protected by a conservation easement with Ducks Unlimited with allowances for additional improvements and hunting habitat.