The most expensive home to ever hit the South Carolina market comes with its own 4,409-acre peninsula

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Nestled between the Coosawhatchie and Tulifinny rivers in Yemassee, South Carolina, there is a gargantuan estate in need of a new owner. Featuring a 6,000-square-foot 1930s mansion, two caretaker houses, a 16-vehicle garage, eight-stable horse barn and a separate “game house,” the $39,500,000 has a lot to offer. But the most stunning feature of the listing — the most expensive listing to ever hit the South Carolina market — is the mind-boggling amount of land. The 4,409-acre estate comprises an entire peninsula.

“The house is what we call a post-Civil War plantation home,” listing agent Charles G. Lane told Built in 1930, the mansion serves as the proverbial crown jewel of the peninsula’s many offerings.

“The house sits perfectly with southern exposure, so you get sea breezes and it feels perfect,” Lane said. “All of the bedrooms are en suite and offer stunning vistas.”

In total, the property features over eight miles of water and marsh frontage, including fishing ponds and manicured grounds.

“The yard has oak trees that go back before Columbus,” Lane said. “It’s a high piece of property situated on a bluff in Lowcountry. It has deep water frontage with a dock in place. There is so much to do on the property. There are turkeys, deer, and saltwater fishing for shrimp and crabs. It has got it all. It’s a uniquely enticing property.”

While the property’s massive landscape offers a number of outdoor amenities perfect for any naturalist, the 6,000-square-foot residence is certainly not without its own southern charm. With six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the gargantuan estate is capable of housing a full party of guests.

“The kitchen has been modernized, and everything in the home has been tastefully refinished,” Lane said.

Listing by Charles Lane and Holcombe, Fair & Lane