- Location Five miles from Ridgeland, Jasper County
Good Hope's western border is SC 462; its eastern border is the Broad River. The plantation is situated partially in Beaufort County and partially in Jasper County.
- Origin of name ?
- Other names ?
- Current status Used as a hunting lodge. Land is planted in pines and harvested annually for pulpwood and telephone poles; it is also rented for cornfields. Good Hope's owners intend to develop the land in the near future. Read about their plans here.
- Number of acres 15,500 (2008)
- Primary crop ?
- Land encompasses Honey Hill battle site and ruins of White Hall (home of the Heywards on Euhaw Creek); adjoins gravesite of Thomas Heyward, Jr., signer of the Declaration of Independence (gravesite located at junction of SC 462 and SC 333).
- Alphabetical list Harry B. Hollins, Herbert L. Pratt (1910), Noah Wallace (1890)
- Chronological list Noah Wallace (1890), Harry B. Hollins, Herbert L. Pratt (1910)
- Number of slaves ?
- Five separate buildings constitute current lodge; they are of log cabin construction and painted white. Each is connected by a brick walkway.
- Moving Finger of Jasper - historical info - click link, then scroll down to "Good Hope Plantation" header
- Plantation owners plan for Ridgeland annexation that would lead to conservation-friendly development - Island Packet, February 26, 2008