Boating, Bike Trails, Equestrian - trails, Golf, Leisure, Tennis
Rose Hill Plantation straddles both sides of Highway 278 in Bluffton. There are 988 +/- slab and raised homes (without short term rental activity) as well as home sites within Rose Hill. The 1,700 +/- acre private community has approximately two-thirds of the residents living on the "golf course side" and the remaining live on the "estate" or "equestrian side." The homes on the estate side are built on gracious 2 ½-to-3 +/- acre lots. A fully equipped equestrian center, which is managed by professionals, includes stables, paddocks, polo fields, 50 +/- acres of pasture and 17 miles of greenbelt riding and hiking trails. This Equestrian Facility provides Rose Hill residents with an amenity that is unique within the County of Beaufort.
Plantation Fact Sheet:
Originally inhabited by the Yemassee Indian tribe, the Plantation itself was owned by Sir John Colleton, and in the 19th century was a working plantation producing Indigo and cotton by the Kirk family. The Rose Hill Mansion, privately owned, graces Rose Hill. The National Register of Historic Places has a direct link.
About 1980 the property was purchased by the Rose Hill Plantation Development Co. and the community vision took shape.
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