Cusabo Plantation, located in the ACE Basin of the South Carolina Low Country, is the model for high-end recreational properties. This 1382+/- acres offers outdoor enthusiasts pursuits of every type of winged fowl, large population of deer and turkey, fresh water fishing and kayaking along the Combahee River. The Cusabo name is derived from the Cusabo Indians that were once native to the SC Coastline from present day Charleston to Savannah, GA. The Cusabo were a family of tribes located along the Ashepoo, Combahee, Coosa, Edisto and Ashley Rivers and much of this property remains as it did when the Cusabo tribe lived here over 400 years ago. Located in Hampton County, just North of Yemassee, this is a diverse landscape consisting of 1382 +/
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