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Tract 3029E-Landis South Tract
The Landis South Tract consists of 137 acres located in Fairfield County, SC between Winnsboro and Lake Monticello. Over 70% of this property is in pine plantation that will soon be ready to thin for the first time. The remaining acreage is made up of mature hardwoods along Morris Creek and a powerline that runs 2,400 ft long. The Landis South Tract is accessed through a gated entrance under the powerline off Landis Rd. As you enter the property you will notice food plots all the way down the powerline. There are also multiple ATV roads leaded from the powerline to Morris Creek with food plots scattered throughout the woods. Acreage Breakdown: 100 acres of 14 yr old pine plantation, 32 acres of hardwoods, 5 acres of powerline. *This tract is a portion of a larger ownership*$632,500
Tract 3029C-Landis North Tract
The Landis North Tract is approximately 77 acres located in Fairfield County, SC. It is situated just south of Hwy 213 in between Lake Monticello and Winnsboro. This property has over half a mile of paved road frontage along Landis Rd as well as a gated entrance off Scotts Crossing Rd. This property is setup for a great timberland investment and hunting tract. There is approximately 59 acres of 15-year-old pine plantation that is ready for its first thinning. The remaining acreage sits within 18 acres of mature hardwood bottom along Morris Creek. The Landis North tract is an excellent hunting tract loaded with deer, turkey, and wood ducks. *This tract is a portion of a larger ownership*$408,000
Tract 4003-Minton Creek Tract
The Minton Creek tract consists of 165 acres located in the North central part of Fairfield County with approximately 1,250 feet of frontage on HWY 200. Easily accessible from I-77, this property is just a short drive west from Exit 41 and Exit 46. The timber consists mostly of 3-year-old pine plantation along with mature hardwoods along Minton Creek and mature pines left in the gulley’s. This tract got its name after Minton Creek which is stretches the northern boundary line for half a mile.$693,000
Tract 3032C-Taylor Tract
The Taylor Tract is located in Fairfield County, SC and consists of 54 acres. The majority of this property was replanted in pine plantation in 2020. This offers a blank canvas for someone to turn this property into their dream layout. Situated east of I-77 along Hwy 34 makes this property easily accessible from Columbia or Camden. Not only does this property front on Hwy 34 but it also has 2,400 feet of road frontage along Taylor Lane. From the entrance of the Taylor Tract, you are 10 miles from I-77, 40 minutes to downtown Columbia, and 20 minutes to Camden.$324,000
Tract 3032B-Switchback Tract
The Switchback Tract is located in Fairfield County, SC and consists of 25 acres. The entire property was planted in loblolly pines in 2020. What makes this property unique is the extensive amount of road frontage that wraps around the entire property. There is approximately 0.7 miles of frontage along Hwy 34 to the south and 0.75 miles of frontage on Taylor Lane which peels around the northern half of the property. This tract is situated 10 miles from I-77, 40 minutes to downtown Columbia, and 20 minutes to Camden.
Tract 3029B-Scott's Crossing Tract
The Scotts Crossing Tract is approximately 66 acres located in Fairfield County, SC. It is situated just south of Hwy 213 in between Lake Monticello and Winnsboro. The majority of this property consists of three-year-old pine plantation with the remaining acreage running along Morris Creek. Scotts Crossing Road is a very nice gravel road with underground power running down it. As you enter the property off Scotts Crossing Rd you can immediately get a feel for topography and lay of the land. The elevation at the entrance of the property allows you to look across the entire 66 acres as well as miles of adjoining timberland. This property has multiple potential homesites, food plots, and internal roads. *This tract is a portion of a larger ownership*
Tract 3029A-Morris Creek Tract
The Morris Creek Tract consists of 18 acres located just east of Lake Monticello in Fairfield County, SC. The entire property is pine plantation that is 15 year of age and is ready for its first thinning. Therefore, allowing a potential buyer immediate revenue. There is 1,350 feet of road frontage along Morris Creek Rd. This property is surrounded by large ownerships and is in a great recreational and hunting area. *This tract is a portion of a larger ownership*
Tract 4004-Camp Welfare Tract
The Camp Welfare Tract is located in Fairfield County and consists of 213 acres. This tract is visible from Exit 45 off I-77 and offers over 1.3 miles of road frontage on 3 different roads. The size and proximity to the interstate can make this a potential development tract. The Camp Welfare tract has been professionally managed for timberland for decades and is also a great recreational and hunting property. The timber breakdown is below. · 117 acres of 17-year-old pine plantation · 12 acres of 5-year-old pine plantation · 8 acres of 36-year-old pine · 51 acres of hardwood / pine mix · 11 ac. clear-cut
Tract B443-SC Fairfield Co - Castles Family
This 72 acre tract is a great tract for several reasons. If you’re looking for a home site with room to hunt and manage the timber this is one you need to look at! If you’re just looking for an investment, this tract has an excellent stand of planted, improved Loblolly pines that can provide periodic income. It will be ready to thin in a couple of years and can provide income every 5 years after that! With the close proximity to Columbia, the land values will also continue to grow. There is plenty of wildlife out there and has been leased to a club that has been managing the deer! There is also a good pond site just upstream from the smaller pond.
Tract B429 - Hwy 213/215 Jenkinsville
This 103 acre tract is an excellent Recreational/ Timber investment. It has an excellent stand of 9 yr old pine plantation that should be ready to thin in 4-5 years and will provide a periodic income stream. There are several hardwood drains and a stream that flows through the tract that provide excellent habitat for deer and turkeys. It also has a power line that is ready to have food plots planted on it.