The Ford Plantation

With a history dating back to 1734, the property was once a winter retreat for Henry and Clara Ford.

1,800 acres. A few fortunate members.

Eighteen miles from the city of Savannah is the town of Richmond Hill, which was named for the historic estate purchased by automobile magnate Henry Ford in the 1930s. The 1,800-acre estate is now The Ford Plantation, a private residential and sporting community on the Ogeechee River. It’s where never more than 400 families live companionably with the evidence of our heritage: lawn parties and wine tastings at the historic Main House; Low Country oyster roasts at the Oyster House; and antebellum rice fields now teeming with migrating birds and native wildlife.

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The Ford Plantation

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