The River Plantation Place —South Newport River Waterfront with Dock

Shellman Bluff, Georgia
United States
Offered at
$150 per night
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Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Garage Spaces: 3
Property Features: Central Air Conditioning, Garage, Water Front
Description:

[caption id="attachment_367" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Have your morning coffee on the back deck! Have your morning coffee on the back deck![/caption]

TOP 7 REASONS why the RIVER PLANTATION PLACE (RPP) is your perfect getaway:

1. Because the RPP fronts the South Newport River, giving you access to St. Catherines Island, Sapelo Sound, & the Atlantic...your gateway to the Georgia Barrier Islands!
2. You're surrounded by beautiful locale: John James Audubon painted Savannah Sparrows & a Snowy Egret; plus...John Muir documented the 'Hollywood South''s unique seascape
3. Tons of attractions in nearby Savannah & Golden Isles. Forrest 'Bubba' Gump Shrimp Boats swarm in nearby Scottish Darien (featured in the 1989 award-winning film 'Glory')
4. You can bike the 'Coastal Rail Trail', crossing 43 picturesque rivers & creeks dotted by historical markers
5. Shellman Bluff (old oystering community) is Home of the Sapelo Saltwater Fishing Club & 'Speed's Kitchen'---where people take their time...& the fried fish & crab-stuffed flounder are out of this world!
6. Just a stone's throw from the 'Smallest Church in America' is the turnoff east to Harris Neck Nat'l Wildlife Refuge---one of the single best sites in the South for birdwatching
7. The RPP founded 'Adopt JILL' (Jintotolo Island Lighthouse Locale). One percent of income is donated towards the preservation of the lighthouse & coral reefs. Although the RPP is 'environment-friendly', its main purpose is to create a fun atmosphere for everyone!

Description: New 100-FOOT WATERFRONT property with DOCK, DECKS, FISH CLEANING AREA, aluminum BIKES, KAYAKS, GRILL, FIRE RING, & MORE on the SOUTH NEWPORT RIVER! On an 18-acre accessible island with big parking space. Breathtaking wood floors. 2 big bedrooms with 2 baths & open kitchen, dining & living room capitalizing on the waterfront view. Wide decks, as well as through French doors from the bedrooms for morning coffee! Public boat ramp a golf-cart ride away. ~Rich in natural beauty & strategic in location, the surrounding area was the territorial battleground between the English Georgia & Spanish Florida.

MORE FEATURES:
~ 3 full-service marinas nearby
~ LOWCOUNTRY BOIL gear & a fully-equipped kitchen stocked up with spices (Try Ms. Chris' Free LCB Recipe)
~ DirecTV, DVD, guitar, & karaoke for fun
~ Washer & dryer room has a freezer to put fish in if you catch TOO much!

Paddle the 2 KAYAKS. Soak up the vista of this pristine river which meanders through a broad expanse of marsh: a view dubbed by experts as “one of the most important tidal estuarine environments in the world.” With 2 light mountain bikes, pedal the scenic 'Coastal Rail Trail'. Golf at Sapelo Hammock 18-hole Golf Club -an acclaimed course hosting many tournaments ('Top 100 New Courses by Golf Digest). We'll be glad to set up your tee time!

TOP 5 RECOMMENDATIONS
*Bird-watch for endangered wood stork, white ibis, & painted bunting by the dock
*Bike Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge & look for the above 3 birds HNNWR's known for!
*Crab-trap by the dock for savory Blue Crabs (the Union Fish Market's Jumbo Lump Blue Crab Cake costs $29) while fishing for spotted seatrout during Fall season using white shrimp bait
*Picnic at the Nanny Goat Beach (one of 'Top 10 Georgia Beaches') after climbing the steps of Sapelo Island Lighthouse (nation's 2nd-oldest brick lighthouse)
*Dine & wine at Hunters Cafe as you take in the view of the Broro River

-Enjoy the 'River Plantation Place'...with the South Newport River at your back door!

Just half an hour south of Savannah, the RPP nestles on 'Yellow Bluff Plantation' named after the Yellow Pines or Longleaf Pines which once blanketed the region. Legend has it---that the yellow pine supplied timber for 'Old Ironsides'. The property lies in the middle of a shrimp-shaped island, giving you a dazzling panoramic view of the sunset!

'The Smallest Church in America', with stained glass windows imported from England, is a landmark at the entrance into the Yellow Bluff. Just 16 mi. east off Sapelo Island is Gray's Reef with excellent fishing & colorful tropical sea life.---From the porch or dock, view the sun as it bounces off the tidal marsh after fishing, kayaking, beachcombing, birdwatching, biking, or golfing. Cook Ms. Chris' lowcountry boil...& don't miss the utterly unique Gullah culture which gives the area a Caribbean flair! Enjoy a campfire & view the stars on a dark night with friends & family. After a restorative sleep, you will feel engaged & inspired!

Jacksonville Airport (JAX) is an alternate major airport.  Landmarks include the 'Golden Isles' immortalized by Sidney Lanier's poem 'Marshes of Glynn' & the bioreserve Altamaha River.  As you arrive, the colonial coastal feel of the home will wrap around you & WELCOME you with a kiss of salt air!

 

Call Chris at 912.223.2361 for pricing inquiries or send an email via Chris@darientel.net!