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    72 Tomotley Barony Drive

    Seabrook, SC 29940
    • $64,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 161 days
    • MLS #: 170712
    UPDATED: 43 min ago
    $64,000
    • 0
      BEDS
    • 1.93
      ACRES
    • 0
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    Bull Point is 750 acres of lush maritime forests located on deep Huspah Creek in Northern Beaufort County. It offers 10 park areas, 3 deep water common docks, 3 fresh water lakes, walking trails, an island, river cabin, club house, fitness center, tennis courts, pool, bird sanctuary and more! This almost 2 acre homesite has approximately 156' of lakefront, is wooded, high & dry; located in flood zone X. Sitting just off coastal highway 17 & I-95, it's a 1hr drive to Charleston or Savannah International airports & a 20 minute drive into Beaufort. Private and secure, this gated Southern Community offers stunning settings, coastal convenience, fishing, fitness, boating and a laid back lifestyle that will become you. Secure gate, you will need a Realtor for access.Serene and beautiful, the lush maritime forest and pristine vistas of Bull Point have stood virtually untouched through the centuries. The history of Bull Point dates back to the beginning of English settlement of South Carolina in 1670. Early records indicate that the Bull Point property was originally part of Tomotley Barony, a 13,000 acre Proprietary Land Grant located in Prince William Parish. This original grant to Charles Edward in 1726 and one year later relinquished to Thomas Lowndes became one of Landgrave Edmond Bellinger Baronies. The Bull family made their presence known in the Carolinas with the arrival of Stephen Bull, the English appointed deputy of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina in 1670. In 1671 Stephen Bull assisted in the site selection for what would become the thriving Port City of Charleston. Interestingly enough, his oldest son William, assisted General James Oglethorpe in laying out the Georgia colony and, in particular, the city of Savannah, sixty-two years later. William also extended the families' preeminence with his election to The Common House of South Carolina 1706-1719, and his appointment to The King's Council of South Carolina 1721-1737 by Lord Carteret. From 1738 until his death in 1755, William Bull served as Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina. He also served as acting Governor between 1737 and 1743. In 1729 he purchased a 6000 acre tract of land from Provost Marshall Thomas Lowndes in the Prince William Parish which included most of what would become Bull Point Plantation. He named this large tract Sheldon Plantation. Lowcountry heritage, and Beaufort County history in particular, were inextricably bound to the Sheldon area commencing with the Tuscarora and Yemassee Indian Wars of 1715 in which the new town of Beaufort was destroyed and several hundred black and white settlers were killed. Some of the most significant fighting occurred in our area. William Bull built and later was buried in the old Sheldon Church. The church was constructed in 1751 and served as the center for spiritual, social and political life of the people of the Prince William Parish. The Church was burned by the Tories in 1779, rebuilt in 1825-6, and damaged again by General Sherman in 1865. The historical church ruins still stand today about one half mile from the gates of Bull Point. It is for William Bull that Bull Point Plantation was named. Survey records from this period are vague but they seem to indicate that the Ralph Izard family owned Tomotley Plantation, including some if not all of Bull Point from 1755 to 1860, except for the 10 years it was owned by James Deveaux. Colonel Nathanial Barnwell owned land on the point until 1913 when he and his wife Leila conveyed ownership of Bull Point and five other parcels of land to Mary McCurdy. Vague plats as recent as 1952 indicate Tomotley Plantation and Bull Point Plantation were jointly owned and operated. The 750 acre peninsula known as Bull Point Plantation was named to showcase our rich history and culture. Bull Point is dedicated to the preservation of the natural beauty and historical heritage that has span generations. This commitment is clearly outlined in the recorded Bull Point Covenants & Restrictions which governs the development of Bull Point.

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    72 Tomotley Barony Drive Seabrook, SC 29940

    • Price: $64,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 43 min ago
    • MLS #: 170712
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    Beds
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    Baths
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    1.93
    Acres
    Neighborhood:
    Bull Point
    County:
    Beaufort
    Area:
    Northern Beaufort County
    Property Description
    Bull Point is 750 acres of lush maritime forests located on deep Huspah Creek in Northern Beaufort County. It offers 10 park areas, 3 deep water common docks, 3 fresh water lakes, walking trails, an island, river cabin, club house, fitness center, tennis courts, pool, bird sanctuary and more! This almost 2 acre homesite has approximately 156' of lakefront, is wooded, high & dry; located in flood zone X. Sitting just off coastal highway 17 & I-95, it's a 1hr drive to Charleston or Savannah International airports & a 20 minute drive into Beaufort. Private and secure, this gated Southern Community offers stunning settings, coastal convenience, fishing, fitness, boating and a laid back lifestyle that will become you. Secure gate, you will need a Realtor for access.Serene and beautiful, the lush maritime forest and pristine vistas of Bull Point have stood virtually untouched through the centuries. The history of Bull Point dates back to the beginning of English settlement of South Carolina in 1670. Early records indicate that the Bull Point property was originally part of Tomotley Barony, a 13,000 acre Proprietary Land Grant located in Prince William Parish. This original grant to Charles Edward in 1726 and one year later relinquished to Thomas Lowndes became one of Landgrave Edmond Bellinger Baronies. The Bull family made their presence known in the Carolinas with the arrival of Stephen Bull, the English appointed deputy of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina in 1670. In 1671 Stephen Bull assisted in the site selection for what would become the thriving Port City of Charleston. Interestingly enough, his oldest son William, assisted General James Oglethorpe in laying out the Georgia colony and, in particular, the city of Savannah, sixty-two years later. William also extended the families' preeminence with his election to The Common House of South Carolina 1706-1719, and his appointment to The King's Council of South Carolina 1721-1737 by Lord Carteret. From 1738 until his death in 1755, William Bull served as Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina. He also served as acting Governor between 1737 and 1743. In 1729 he purchased a 6000 acre tract of land from Provost Marshall Thomas Lowndes in the Prince William Parish which included most of what would become Bull Point Plantation. He named this large tract Sheldon Plantation. Lowcountry heritage, and Beaufort County history in particular, were inextricably bound to the Sheldon area commencing with the Tuscarora and Yemassee Indian Wars of 1715 in which the new town of Beaufort was destroyed and several hundred black and white settlers were killed. Some of the most significant fighting occurred in our area. William Bull built and later was buried in the old Sheldon Church. The church was constructed in 1751 and served as the center for spiritual, social and political life of the people of the Prince William Parish. The Church was burned by the Tories in 1779, rebuilt in 1825-6, and damaged again by General Sherman in 1865. The historical church ruins still stand today about one half mile from the gates of Bull Point. It is for William Bull that Bull Point Plantation was named. Survey records from this period are vague but they seem to indicate that the Ralph Izard family owned Tomotley Plantation, including some if not all of Bull Point from 1755 to 1860, except for the 10 years it was owned by James Deveaux. Colonel Nathanial Barnwell owned land on the point until 1913 when he and his wife Leila conveyed ownership of Bull Point and five other parcels of land to Mary McCurdy. Vague plats as recent as 1952 indicate Tomotley Plantation and Bull Point Plantation were jointly owned and operated. The 750 acre peninsula known as Bull Point Plantation was named to showcase our rich history and culture. Bull Point is dedicated to the preservation of the natural beauty and historical heritage that has span generations. This commitment is clearly outlined in the recorded Bull Point Covenants & Restrictions which governs the development of Bull Point.
    Exterior Features

    Dock Community Dock Lot Location Pond/Lake Road Frontage Private Road Road Service Asphalt Topography High/DryPartially Wooded View Description 156' Of Frontage On Lake Bellinger Waterfront Pond/Lake

    Property Features

    Bank Owned No Community Gated CommunityWaterfront Community Community Amenities Boat LandingClubhouseDockFitness CenterPoolTennisWalking Trail Flood Insurance Not Required Foreclosure No Possession At Closing Rental Duration None Restrictions Easements Deed RestrictionsRecorded PlatS/D RestrictionSubject To Zone Sale Rent For Sale Shared Interest YN No Short Sale No Sub Type Resident S/D Lot Utilities Available Electricity AvailablePublic WaterSeptic Vacancy Vacant Will Sell CashConventionalExchange Zoning Pud

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