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If you want a great tract for timber and recreation located in a great area of Greenwood County, this is your tract! Miles of road frontage, excellent stand of 17 year old loblolly pine. Southern boundary is beautiful Mulberry Creek. The hardwoods along the creek make for an excellent hunting experience.
This tract has it all! In a great area to build a home! Multiple sized tracts to suit the buyer's needs. Plenty of deer and turkeys. Dunns Creek runs through the property. Some in pasture with the balance in beautiful hardwoods. Owner is willing to provide owner financing for qualified buyers. TM # 6922-157-754
Excellent recreational and investment tract. Tract is loaded with deer, turkey, and quail. Has established food plots. Also has fire breaks established to burn various sections. Tract adjoins USFS on two sides and a pasture field on the northwestern side. Mountain Creek is the boundary on the south and western side and bisects the tract on the southern side.
There is not another property out there like this one! It has over 3,120 ft. of road frontage on Hwy. 34 to the north and 4,320 ft. of frontage on Wilson Creek to the south and over 1,540 ft. of frontage on the pristine Saluda River to the east. Where can you go to find this much water? If this is not enough, the beautiful Lake Greenwood is across the street. You need to see this one. Never before has so much property with water like this been accessible. If you want more, look at the parcel to the west and add another 123 acres in the mix. Give us a call for an appointment.
If you are looking for a great development or timber investment, here is one you need to take a look at with approximately 5,010 ft. on Wilson Creek and 1,570 ft. on Hwy. 34. This property offers a diverse investment for home sites whether multi family or just peace and quiet. Across the street from Lake Greenwood makes this parcel a little bit of everything the area has to offer (development, timber return, hunting/fishing, conservation easement). This one is worth the trip!
Advance Land and Timber is proud to offer a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase one of the most unique parcels of land in the Piedmont of South Carolina. If you are looking for a beautiful home site overlooking the Wilson Creek or the pristine Saluda River, then this is your tract! Boasting a great location with over 4,690 feet of road frontage on Highway 34 (Ninety Six Highway), over 9,330 feet of Wilson Creek frontage (which is as large as some rivers!), and over 1,540 feet of Saluda River frontage. You can canoe up and down the river while you enjoy fishing, hunting, or just the beauty this area has to offer. In addition, this tract has a well stocked stand of 18 year old loblolly pine which will help cash flow the property. Conveniently located in southern Greenwood County. Access to beautiful Lake Greenwood and all it has to offer is directly across Highway 34 with convenience of a public boat landing. Restaurants, golf, and relaxation would all be at your fingertips! This tract has it all! This property can be subdivided into 2 parcels, 123 +/- acres on the western half, and 100 +/- acres on the eastern half, or be sold as a whole.
This tract with paved road frontage is predominantly 22 year old planted pine that has been well managed. The outlook for timber revenue in the near future is good. This tract has been leased for hunting and has well established food plots in the woods and on the power lines.
This tract is a turkey hunter’s delight. 80% mature hardwoods with the balance in mature pin. Significant timber value. Nice stream going through the middle of the tract that would be a fantastic pond site. Also has a large stream on the northern border that has numerous beaver ponds down it. Good road system leading to several food plots through out the tract. Nice quiet neighborhood with good neighbors. Paved road frontage.
This is a 194 acre tract located in the Callison Community of southern Greenwood County. It is comprised of natural hardwood and pine timber. There is a small creek with a great pond site. Deer and turkey hunters dream close to town. The tract fronts a county maintained gravel road with deeded access to other paved roads.
Just 30 minutes south of the toll road in Greenville. This tract is one of the best values out there. 96 acres of open pasture, mature hardwood and pine, rolling hills. This tract has all the country living, but yet is close to the city. Located in the upper corner of Greenwood County, just outside of the Ware Shoals community. Property is loaded with deer and turkey and has beautiful Danns Creek going through the northern part! This you have got to see!
206 acre tract is divided nearly equally by paved county road. The north side on the tract is 95 acres of 1996 planted loblolly. The south side of the tract has 82 acres of 2003 loblolly, with creek and hardwood drains. Nearly 1000 feet of paved road frontage through the tract. Good hunting tract.
Great tract for the sportsman or timber investor. There are eight food plots including a 4 acre dove field which is rotated to deer/turkey plot after dove season. There is electricity run into the property approximately 300 yards from the street. The front pasture was redone 2 years ago with low entophyte fescue. The duck pond/swamp area has a lot of woodies, mallards and mergansers, and in early season is loaded with teal. There is approximately 3 miles of road system within the property. The deer population is outstanding with the food plots and mineral feeding that have been done, and the turkey population is great. There have been some very nice deer taken, and several turkeys with 10-11 inch beards and weighing 20-21 lbs each. There are no hunting clubs within 2 1/2 miles of the tract. Surrounded by approximately 4,500 acres of horse and cattle farms with only minimal "family" hunting pressure. Call for an appointment.
Located in desirable western Greenwood County, this 207.16 +/- acre tract has it all. The rolling topography and lovely streams make for a fantastic hunting retreat with several nice home sites. Tract consists of 122 acres of 1982 loblolly, 50 acres of 1999 loblolly , and the remainder in hardwood SMZ's. Great recreational property with solid timber returns. Power and phones are available. Over 800 feet of paved road frontage on Hwy 246 with two access points.