Nestled amongst wooded lots of mostly five plus acres are the equestrian estates in the Honey Hill Plantation.
These larger sized homes are picturesque of the Lowcountry with southern pines, Spanish moss hanging from ancient oaks, lily pad covered ponds and the majestic sight of horses running behind miles of split rail fence.
This is Honey Hill Plantation in Ridgeland. You will not find a manicured golf course or a gated community full of every imaginable amenity, but you will find a community filled with pride and neighbors that live by the Golden Rule.
The type of community that has a small town feel and provides the land that so many Lowcountry residents desire at a more affordable price.
Only about five minutes from I-95 at the Ridgeland exit, Honey Hill Plantation is situated between Bees Creek Road and SC 336. The Plantation is mapped by Honey Hill Circle (which is a circle drawn with a shaky hand) and Battle Cut Road which cuts through a corner of the circle.
Now, the plantation is divided into approximately 50 lots, most of them improved. Home sizes average over 2500 sq feet and the average price is around $450K.
Homeowners that take full advantage of the equestrian community enjoy miles of trails cut through the plantation.
Honey Hill is not gated but most of the properties are gated. This cuts down on HOA costs which are now around $500 per year.
If you have not yet seen this one of a kind community, take a Sunday drive and check it out. You may just fall in love and want to call this one-of-a-kind community home