COLLETON, SC (WSAV) – This is where Maggie and Paul Murdoch were killed. Soon the same property may be in the hands of the new owner.
It is known as the “Moselle Estate” on the outskirts of Colleton and Hampton counties, where Alex, Maggie, Paul and Buster Murdoch hunted, fished and lived.
Maggie and Paul also died there.
Now this property is up for sale.
Crosby Land has put Cross Swamp Farm online for $ 3.9 million.
It is described as “1772.2 hectares of” unusually diverse habitat with different forest types and age distribution “
Also boasts a “well-equipped house of 5275 square meters. feet, built to order, built in 2011. ”
The list does not mention Murdoch in any form.
According to Maggie Murdo’s own will, it now belongs to Alex Murdo.
There is a snag.
Three “Lis Pendens” are now on the property in the Hampton County Court. These legal documents protect this plot of land and the Edista family home from the sale or use of Murdoch without the permission of a governing body set up by the court.
But if the Lis Pendens lawsuit is dropped by the family of Mallory Beach, Connor or Anthony Cook, the three legal entities that applied to protect the property, then it can be sold and the money left on Maggie’s estate.
Then it could still be a potential part of any civilian settlement.
Beach family lawyer Mark Thinsley, who filed one of the three documents for the property, told WCBD and News 3 that the property was actually due to be put up for sale in January.
And there is already an offer on the table.
The potential buyer – who has 90 days to complete the deal – is “not” publicly identified.