Fairfield County, South Carolina

403 Acres - Fairfield County, South Carolina

Tract A913 (New Listing)



General Description

If you are looking for a turnkey recreational and timberland investment, you need to take the time to come look at this paradise!  Truly one of a kind, it is conveniently located just off I-77 between Charlotte and Columbia in central Fairfield County!  This tract has 403 +/- acres of some of the best and well managed timberland and recreational land South Carolina has to offer.  The property boasts various ages of pine plantation, some of which is ready to thin.  Internal roads make for easy access.  The beautiful Ready Creek borders the property on the south and offers some of the best hardwoods, just right for turkey and deer habitat.  Dove fields and food plots are strategically located.  Also, for the duck hunter, this parcel shares a 20 +/- acre hardwood bottom set up for the waterfowl enthusiast.  Deer, turkey, dove, ducks, and hogs make for a true outdoor experience!  Now even better, this parcel has a four bedroom, two and a half bath lodge with all the amenities.  Sit on your porch, which has a 20 mile view of Fairfield County, and relax.  The view alone will sell this tract!  In addition to the lodge, parcel also has a very nice equipment shed with large bay doors for equipment and 4-wheelers.  Within the shed is another bedroom and living quarters for overflow guests.  The shed also comes with a walk-in cooler for securing your game.  This is one you simply say “just bring your toothbrush!”

Location / Directions:

From I-77. Exit #41, turn west onto Old River Road.  Travel approximately 3 miles and Old River Rd. will run into Hwy. 200.  Turn right on Hwy. 200 North.  Travel approximately 2 miles and take a right onto the next paved road, Martin Road.  At the end of Martin Road, turn right on S. Cable Road.  Go 300 yards and the gate will be on your left.  Look for Advance Land and Timber signs.  

A913 Fairfield County South Carolina

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