Steeped in history, Fox Trail Farm is an exquisite representation of historic preservation. The main house was constructed circa 1867 using Mortise and Tenon technique with hand hewn heart of pine often seen in the 19th century structures around the rural south. Foxtrail offers approximately 480 Acres of Loblolly Pine stands managed for timber production and ~87 Acres of mature Hardwood Trees providing e a lofty canopy over the bottom land swamp. Adding diversity to the Pine Stands, the swamp provides excellent habitat for many species of wildlife including White Tail Deer, Turkeys, migratory song birds and Ducks. A stocked 9 acre pond located in the center of the property provides excellent fishing opportunities for large mouth bass, bream and crappie. Wood ducks are frequently seen all year long in addition to other species of migratory ducks that visit in the winter. Lastly, several conservation organizations and government programs through the USDA exist throughout the Low Country assisting landowners with tools to ensure proper stewardship and best management practices. These tools can be lucrative incentives for buyers to maximize their investment in the land and ease the watershed and land for environmental benefit. Fox Trail Farm currently has no encumbrances making it a prime candidate for any number of agricultural programs or easements that can be customized to suit the buyer’s wishes.