Allston Alley is the ultimate Lowcountry playground. Conveniently located just ±37 miles from the intersection of Clements Ferry & HWY 41 in Charleston, the location of this recreational paradise is second to none.
From the moment you pass through its brick columned gates, you will notice pride in ownership. This property is meticulously maintained with a full-time caretaker.
From outside its boundaries, you will notice over 1 mile of board fence along paved road frontage of Santee River Road and Wee Tee Road. The vast majority of the interior roads are rocked providing excellent interior access. Underground power is run to the facilities around the lake including cabin, pavilion, shooting range and Wakeboard Cable. The equipment shed is tucked away from other improvements. In addition, a clays shooting stand sits a short stroll away from the pavilion.
As you enter from the main gate, you will travel down a rocked road and pass by an oak alley which stretches along the road with Grand Oaks. Another highlight of this property is the ±7 acre lake which provides an opportunity for the fisherman, and with the addition of the Wakeboard Cable, an avenue for those with an affinity for watersports. The rifle range has a covered deck with room for two shooters complete with benches. The clays stand is elevated and includes 5 machines which run off battery and are remote controlled for ease and convenience. The stand is also under roof to provide shade on some of the hotter days.
The cabin is decorated and finished to appeal to even the most discerning buyer. It mimics something you might see in Southern Living magazine. Board and batten exterior with metal roof, shiplap interior, hardwood floors, natural stone counter tops, stainless appliances, gas range, solid core doors, tile walk-in shower, farmhouse kitchen sink, screened porch, etc…
Just adjacent to the cabin, sits the ±30’x35’ gathering pavilion. The pavilion is finished in comparable manner to the cabin. A hand-crafted wood bar sits in the middle with beverage coolers and power outlets. At one end sits picnic tables for al fresco dining, on the other, an outdoor living area with outdoor furniture, brick outdoor fireplace, and flat screen TV so to not miss any of the big games.
A few steps away from the pavilion, sits a custom-made brick fire pit with brick surround. A great spot for story telling after the day’s events.
Not far away from the cabin and pavilion, the wake boarders can traverse across the lake and back. In the middle of the lake floats a wakeboard jump. The Wakeboard Cable can be operated via an observation stand with roof that overlooks the lake with a bird’s eye view. The lake is also stocked with bass and bream.
The ~75x40 metal equipment shed should meet all of your needs for equipment storage. Approximately 1/3 of the building is enclosed and lockable, with the remainder open for large equipment storage. Also included are both a diesel and gas tanks with manual pumps to fuel your tractors, ATV, etc.
For the hunter, whitetail deer and wild turkey frequent the area as this area is known for its good population of wildlife.
Come see this Lowcountry gem for yourself. Please contact David Lynch to schedule a tour.