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$79,800  •  7 acres
7 acres located in the Ridgeway/Lugoff area of Kershaw County. This is a very attractive parcel, loaded with mature hardwoods and a clear, clean understory. The rolling topography gently slopes to a small creek centrally located on the property. The country setting provides an opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors away from crowded subdivisions and mandatory HOA’s. Several areas are ideal for a single-family residence with any remaining acreage suitable for recreation and relaxation! A variety of natural resources offers an excellent habitat for an abundance of wildlife. Enjoy living and playing in the same rural location. Kershaw County Tax Map: 224-00-00-024 Directions: From Hwy 34 (Ridgeway Road), turn on Pinegrove Road Pinegrove, then Saddle Club Road, then Mickle Lane. Location: Located on the Kershaw County side of Lake Wateree with excellent proximity to Lake Wateree, public landings, restaurants, etc. Nearby towns include Camden, Lugoff, and Ridgeway. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract primarily consists of hardwoods and a mixture of pine. A creek runs through the property offering a nice natural water source. Roads and Entrances: Located on Mickle Lane, a county-maintained dirt/gravel road. Airports: The nearest major public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Kershaw County School District. Contact Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$120,000  •  15.29 acres
Tract 5 = 15.29 acres consists of rolling hills, occasional hardwoods, and sweeping scenic hilltop views. Large boulders and rock outcroppings are exposed at the peak of the lot. This tract is located down a long, winding, gravel road that eventually turns into a shared private drive. The septic permit is approved and a new survey is completed for a speedy closing. No HOA or minimum building square footage! Several locations would be ideal for a homesite. Most of the pines were removed years ago, leaving an open, primarily unwooded area with natural regenerating pines. The additional acreage offers plenty of space for personal enjoyment in a country setting. Proximity to Charlotte and Columbia, also makes the general location appealing. The upper end of Lake Wateree is fairly undeveloped, quiet, and scenic providing an excellent area to live and enjoy a low-key rural lifestyle. Restrictions: Primary residence must be stick-built on-site, no mobiles, no metal buildings occupied as the primary residence. Directions: (Debutary Road access no longer exists from River Road, so the only access is from Catawba Rd, so GPS Catawba Rd to get to the correct end of Debutary Rd). From US Hwy 21, take Catawba Road to Debutary Road, continue past the cul-de-sac through the gate, and take Debutary Road (signage may say "Private Drive" at the gate, proceed anyway), look for signs on both sides of Debutary Road indicating the tracts available. Fairfield County Tax Map: # 044-03-00-006-000 (Portion of.) Location: Located on the northeastern side of Fairfield County. Excellent proximity to Lake Wateree. Located along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Nearby Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. The nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Area Recreational Opportunities: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract has had most of the timber harvested with mature oaks remaining. Occasional seasonal drains lead to eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: Debutary is a county-maintained gravel road until you reach the end with the cul-de-sac, where the private drive begins at the signs that say “Private Drive”. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities in Fairfield County include Midlands Technical College, and Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA). Property Taxes: The property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $122.35. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$93,500  •  9.73 acres
Tract 4 = 9.73 acres consists of rolling hills, occasional hardwoods, and scenic hilltop views. This tract is located down a long, winding, gravel road that eventually turns into a shared private drive. The septic permit has already been applied for and a new survey has been completed for a speedy closing. No HOA or minimum building square footage! Several locations would be ideal for a homesite. Most of the pines were removed years ago, leaving an open, primarily unwooded area with natural regenerating pines. The additional acreage offers plenty of space for personal enjoyment in a country setting. Proximity to Charlotte and Columbia, also makes the general location appealing. The upper end of Lake Wateree is fairly undeveloped, quiet, and scenic providing an excellent area to live and enjoy a low-key rural lifestyle. Restrictions: Primary residence must be stick-built on-site, no mobiles, no metal buildings occupied as the primary residence. Directions: (Debutary Road access no longer exists from River Road, so the only access is from Catawba Rd, so GPS Catawba Rd to get to the correct end of Debutary Rd). From US Hwy 21, take Catawba Road to Debutary Road, continue past the cul-de-sac through the gate, and take Debutary Road (signage may say "Private Drive" at the gate, proceed anyway), look for signs on both sides of Debutary Road indicating the tracts available. Fairfield County Tax Map: # 044-03-00-006-000 (Portion of.) Location: Located on the northeastern side of Fairfield County. Excellent proximity to Lake Wateree. Located along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include: Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Nearby Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. The nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Area Recreational Opportunities: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV, and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract has had most of the timber harvested with mature oaks remaining. Occasional seasonal drains lead to eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: Debutary is a county-maintained gravel road until you reach the end with the cul-de-sac, where the private drive begins at the signs that say “Private Drive”. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities in Fairfield County include Midlands Technical College, and Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA). Property Taxes: The property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $122.35. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$60,000  •  6.89 acres
Tract 3 = 6.89 acres of fairly flat land. This tract is located down a long, winding, gravel road that eventually turns into a shared private drive. The septic permit has already been applied for and a new survey is complete for a speedy closing. No HOA or minimum building square footage! Several locations would be ideal for a homesite. Most of the pines were removed years ago, leaving an open, primarily unwooded area with natural regenerating pines. The additional acreage offers plenty of space for personal enjoyment in a country setting. Proximity to Charlotte and Columbia, also makes the general location appealing. The upper end of Lake Wateree is fairly undeveloped, quiet, and scenic providing an excellent area to live and enjoy a low-key rural lifestyle. Restrictions: Primary residence must be stick-built on-site, no mobiles, no metal buildings occupied as the primary residence. Directions: (Debutary Road access no longer exists from River Road, so the only access is from Catawba Rd, so GPS Catawba Rd to get to the correct end of Debutary Rd). From US Hwy 21, take Catawba Road to Debutary Road, continue past the cul-de-sac thru the gate, take Debutary Road (signage may say "Private Drive" at the gate, proceed anyway), look for signs on both sides of Debutary Road indicating the tracts available. Fairfield County Tax Map: # 044-03-00-006-000 (Portion of.) Location: Located on the northeastern side of Fairfield County. Excellent proximity to Lake Wateree. Located along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Nearby Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. The nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Area Recreational Opportunities: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV, and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Fairly flat, buildable lot, gently slopes off in the rear. This tract has had most of the timber harvested with mature oaks remaining. Roads and Entrances: Debutary is a county-maintained gravel road until you reach the end with the cul-de-sac, where the private drive begins at the signs that say “Private Drive”. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities in Fairfield County include Midlands Technical College, and Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA). Property Taxes: The property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $122.35. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$136,000  •  18.14 acres
Tract 2 = 18.14 acres of rolling hills, hardwood drains, and elevated hilltops. This tract is located down a long, winding, gravel road that eventually turns into a shared private drive. The septic permit has already been applied for and a new survey is complete for a speedy closing. No HOA or minimum building square footage! Several locations would be ideal for a homesite. Most of the pines were removed years ago, leaving mature oaks along the hillsides and drains. The additional acreage offers plenty of room for recreational enjoyment, privacy, and seclusion. Close proximity to Charlotte and Columbia, also make the general location appealing. The upper end of Lake Wateree is fairly undeveloped, quiet, and scenic providing an excellent area to live and enjoy a low-key rural lifestyle. Restrictions: Primary residence must be stick-built on-site, no mobiles, no metal buildings occupied as the primary residence. Directions: (Debutary Road access no longer exists from River Road, so the only access is from Catawba Rd, so GPS Catawba Rd to get to the correct end of Debutary Rd). From US Hwy 21, take Catawba Road to Debutary Road, continue past the cul-de-sac thru the gate, take Debutary Road (signage may say "Private Drive" at the gate, proceed anyway), look for signs on both sides of Debutary Road indicating the tracts available. Fairfield County Tax Map: # 044-03-00-006-000 (Portion of.) Location: Located on the northeastern side of Fairfield County. Excellent proximity to Lake Wateree. Located along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include: Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Nearby Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. The nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Area Recreational Opportunities: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract has had most of the timber harvested with mature oaks remaining. Occasional seasonal drains lead to eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: Debutary is a county maintained gravel road until you reach the end with the cul-de-sac, where the private drive begins at the signs that say “Private Drive”. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities in Fairfield County include: Midlands Technical College, Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA). Property Taxes: The property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $122.35. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$162,000  •  11.72 acres
Tract 1 = 11.72 acres located along the shoreline of the upper end of Lake Wateree. This tract is located down a long, winding, gravel road that eventually turns into a shared private drive. The septic permit is approved and a new survey is complete for a speedy closing. No HOA or minimum building square footage! A small knoll provides an ideal homesite with distant views of Lake Wateree in the background. Most of the pines were removed years ago, leaving mature oaks along the hillsides and drains. The additional acreage offers plenty of room for recreational enjoyment, privacy, and seclusion. Proximity to Charlotte and Columbia, also makes the general location appealing. The upper end of Lake Wateree is fairly undeveloped, quiet, and scenic providing an excellent area to live and enjoy a low-key rural lifestyle. Disclosure: This lot does not have a Duke Energy issued Dock Permit. Restrictions: Primary residence must be stick-built on-site, no mobiles, no metal buildings occupied as the primary residence. Directions: (Debutary Road access no longer exists from River Road, so the only access is from Catawba Rd, so GPS Catawba Rd to get to the correct end of Debutary Rd). From US Hwy 21, take Catawba Road to Debutary Road, continue past the cul-de-sac through the gate, and take Debutary Road (signage may say "Private Drive" at the gate, proceed anyway), look for signs on both sides of Debutary Road indicating the tracts available. Fairfield County Tax Map: # 044-03-00-006-000 (Portion of.) Location: Located on the northeastern side of Fairfield County. Excellent proximity to Lake Wateree. Located along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Nearby Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. The nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Area Recreational Opportunities: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract has had most of the timber harvested with mature oaks remaining. Occasional seasonal drains lead to eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: Debutary is a county-maintained gravel road until you reach the end with the cul-de-sac, where the private drive begins at the signs that say “Private Drive”. There is no current shared road maintenance agreement. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities in Fairfield County include Midlands Technical College, and Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA). Property Taxes: The property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $122.35. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$715,000  •  136 acres
Recreational Retreat This 136 acre tract is the ideal definition of a rural recreational retreat. Situated near the Town of Whitmire in upper Newberry County, this property presents a myriad of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. With about a quarter-mile of road frontage, paved access offers a welcoming entrance lined with a canopy of mature pecan trees leading up to the 2 bedroom, 1 bath hunting cabin. Renovated in 2019, the cabin features granite countertops, custom hickory cabinets, and encased beams emphasizing craftsmanship and tasteful ingenuity. For peace of mind, the owners perform preventative maintenance including an annual termite inspection and bond. Fully functional, the cabin is well equipped and suitable for hosting guests, weekend getaways, or even permanent residence. The property boasts an extensive network of interior trails, facilitating access throughout the majority of the land. These trails interconnect food plots, creeks, and an old beaver pond, fostering a thriving natural habitat for a diverse array of wildlife. Whitetail deer and wild turkey are abundant, with occasional sightings of wild hogs and other small game. Natural springs and multiple creeks converge on the property, offering picturesque waterfalls, rock outcroppings, and serving as tributaries to the nearby Enoree River. At the rear boundary, the property adjoins a roughly 370+/- acre block of the Sumter National Forest. This primitive government land may be considered as bonus acreage with no private lands between the rear boundary and the Enoree River. Sulfer Springs Road provides additional access to the Sumter National Forest land as a secondary entry option. The vegetation is primarily composed of naturally regenerative pines and cedars, with hardwoods lining the creeks and drains. Topographical features include rolling hills, which are common for this region and enhance the property’s diverse landscape. This property provides an exceptional opportunity to relish the benefits of rural South Carolina and enjoy the great outdoors with this recreational preserve. Note: All buildings and structures located on the premises shall be sold “as is”. Purchasers may have the opportunity to conduct any inspections at their expense with no repairs or warranties made by the Sellers. Address: 22810 State Highway 121, Whitmire, SC 29178 Directions: From I-26, take Exit 60 on Whitmire Highway (SC Hwy 66) and head East towards Whitmire for about 7 miles. Turn Right on Old Newberry Highway, turn Right on Jack Wilson Road, drive about 2 miles, and turn right on US Hwy 176 / SC Hwy 121. Signs are posted along the highway at the entrance gate. Location: Upper Newberry County. Excellent proximity I-26 and surrounding Towns and Cities. Cities nearby include Spartanburg, Greenville, Columbia, and Charlotte. Nearby towns include Whitmire, Newberry, Clinton, and Rock Hill. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Newberry County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Newberry County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract consists of a variety of vegetation. Natural regenerating pines, hardwood drains, and cedars appear to be the most dominant stands of vegetation. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries that eventually feed the Enoree River. Sumter National Forest: The Sumter National Forest is one of two forests in South Carolina that are managed together by the United States Forest Service. The Sumter National Forest consists of 370,442 acres which are divided into 3 distinct sections in western and central South Carolina. This area is considered part of the Enoree Ranger District which is also the largest, comprising roughly 170,000 acres in Chester, Fairfield, Laurens, Newberry, and Union counties. The Ranger district offices are located in Whitmire, just between Union and Newberry. Interstate 26 runs along the southwest side of the district. US Hwy. 176 and SC Hwy. 72 crisscross the district. The Enoree is well-known for its recreation opportunities on the Enoree, Tyger and Broad rivers, as well as a challenging Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trail. It also offers outstanding hiking, boating, hunting target shooting and equestrian opportunities. Roads and Entrances: Located on US Hwy 176 / SC Hwy 121, this tract offers an abundance of road frontage and a gated entrance. Airports: The nearest major public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT), Greenville-Spartanburg Airport (GSP), and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Newberry County School District. Other educational opportunities in Newberry County include Newberry Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA). Nearby Colleges and Universities: Newberry College located in Newberry, SC, and Presbyterian College located in Clinton, SC. Newberry Tax Map Number: 373-19, 373-36, 373-25 Property Taxes: The property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $378.76. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$3,393,000  •  33.93 acres
33.93 acres located on the Southeast Quadrant (SEC) of the Exit 46 interchange at Camp Welfare Road. This tract is zoned B-2 (General Business District) which promotes a wide range of business and commercial uses and is one of Fairfield County's most lenient designations to accommodate general commercial development. This location offers excellent interstate visibility. SCDOT Traffic Counts for 2022 estimate 47,500 vehicles per day commute along I-77 in this general area. Centrally located in the middle of South Carolina, this location along the interstate offers logistical advantages to a network of roadways throughout the state and beyond. Nearby there are several existing manufacturing facilities and several industrial parks in Fairfield County, Chester County, York County, and Richland County. The intended development of the Fairfield County I-77 International Mega Site is just south of this location. This planned mega-site is a future large-scale OEM Facility in Ridgeway, South Carolina. Located on I-77 between exits 34 and 41, the Mega Site is poised to create thousands of jobs and become a manufacturing hub of central South Carolina. The existing traffic and visibility are attractive and future possibilities in the immediate area are promising. This is a very desirable corner lot with unlimited potential. Zoning: B-2 General Business District. The intent of this District is to provide for and promote the development and maintenance of commercial and business uses strategically located to serve the traveling public, the resident population, and the larger region of which the county is a part. Toward this end, a wide range of business and commercial uses are permitted in this District. (Source: Fairfield County Land Use Ordinance) Utilities: Electrical Utilities - Currently no public water or sewer utilities are available at this location. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 46 (Camp Welfare Road) this property is located in the Southeastern Quadrant (SEC) of the interchange, offering frontage on Parallel Drive which is a frontage road along I-77 and Camp Welfare Road. Location: Centrally located at Exit 46 and I-77 in Fairfield County. This is considered the primary exit for Carolina Adventure World between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV, and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Commercial & Industrial Benefits: Successful businesses require growth and value. South Carolina offers an array of grants and incentives to help businesses make smart business investments. South Carolina’s pro-business policies potentially offer the following opportunities to eliminate your entire corporate income taxes, a range of sales tax exemptions that reduce start-up costs and operating costs, property tax incentives that can be tailored to meet your company’s needs, special state discretionary incentives may be used to meet specific needs and many more. The SC Department of Commerce and Economic Development has an open-arms approach that welcomes new businesses to the Palmetto State. Terrain and Natural Resources: This parcel has relatively flat topography for the area, with occasional rolling hills and gentle slopes. This tract consists of natural hardwoods with a mixture of pines. Roads and Entrances: Access along Camp Welfare Road and Parallel Drive. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities nearby include Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association - SCISA). Property Taxes: The property use is currently considered Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2022 were $28.38. Primary Tax Map Number: 075-00-00-016-000 Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. No land disclosure is available. Buyer and/or Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the due diligence. Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker and the buyer's Agent must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission.
$462,000  •  15.41 acres
15.41 acres located on the Southwest Quadrant (SWC) of the Exit 46 interchange at Camp Welfare Road. This tract is zoned B-2 (General Business District) which promotes a wide range of business and commercial uses and is one of Fairfield County's most lenient designations to accommodate general commercial development. This location offers excellent interstate visibility. SCDOT Traffic Counts for 2022 estimate 47,500 vehicles per day commute along I-77 in this general area. Centrally located in the middle of South Carolina, this location along the interstate offers logistical advantages to a network of roadways throughout the state and beyond. Nearby there are several existing manufacturing facilities and several industrial parks in Fairfield County, Chester County, York County, and Richland County. The intended development of the Fairfield County I-77 International Mega Site is just south of this location. This planned mega-site is a future large-scale OEM Facility in Ridgeway, South Carolina. Located on I-77 between exits 34 and 41, the Mega Site is poised to create thousands of jobs and become a manufacturing hub of central South Carolina. The existing traffic and visibility are attractive and future possibilities in the immediate area are promising. This is a very desirable corner lot with unlimited potential. Zoning: B-2 General Business District. The intent of this District is to provide for and promote the development and maintenance of commercial and business uses strategically located to serve the traveling public, the resident population, and the larger region of which the county is a part. Toward this end, a wide range of business and commercial uses are permitted in this District. (Source: Fairfield County Land Use Ordinance) Utilities: Electrical Utilities - Currently no public water or sewer utilities are available at this location. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 46 (Camp Welfare Road) this property is located in the Southwest Quadrant (SWC) of the interchange, offering frontage on Pecos Drive and the southbound ramp for I-77. Location: Centrally located at Exit 46 and I-77 in Fairfield County. This is considered the primary exit for Carolina Adventure World between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV, and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Commercial & Industrial Benefits: Successful businesses require growth and value. South Carolina offers an array of grants and incentives to help businesses make smart business investments. South Carolina’s pro-business policies potentially offer the following opportunities to eliminate your entire corporate income taxes, a range of sales tax exemptions that reduce start-up costs and operating costs, property tax incentives that can be tailored to meet your company’s needs, special state discretionary incentives may be used to meet specific needs and many more. The SC Department of Commerce and Economic Development has an open-arms approach that welcomes new businesses to the Palmetto State. Terrain and Natural Resources: This parcel has relatively flat topography for the area, with occasional rolling hills and gentle slopes. This tract consists of natural hardwoods with a mixture of pines. Roads and Entrances: Access is provided on Pecos Drive from Camp Welfare Road. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities nearby include Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association - SCISA). Property Taxes: The property use is currently considered Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2022 were $28.38. Primary Tax Map Number: 075-00-00-016-000 Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. No land disclosure is available. Buyer and/or Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the due diligence. Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker and the buyer's Agent must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission.
$825,000  •  10.62 acres
10.62 acres of prime real estate located at the intersection of I-26 and State Highway 219. This property offers over 2500’ of frontage on I-26 and westbound exit ramp #76 with great visibility and ease of access. Public water and sewer utilities are also located on-site. This property is zoned general commercial providing an opportunity for a variety of uses. Extremely good traffic counts and high visibility at one of Newberry County’s most frequented corridors for visitors. Zoning: General Commercial. The intent of this District is to provide for and promote the development and maintenance of commercial and business uses strategically located to serve the traveling public, the resident population and the larger region of which the county is a part. Toward this end, a wide range of business and commercial uses are permitted in this District. Utilities: Public Water and Sewer Lines are located along the rear boundary and are incorporated into the parcel on the plat. Directions: From I-26, take Exit 76 (Hwy 219) this property is located in the Southeastern Quadrant of the interchange, it offers frontage on Hwy 219 and the westbound off-ramp for I-26. Location: Centrally located on Hwy 219 at I-26 in Newberry County. This is considered the primary corridor to access the Town of Newberry situated between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Greenville. Nearby towns include Chapin, Irmo, and the greater Lake Murray area. Commercial & Industrial Benefits: Successful businesses require growth and value. South Carolina offers an array of grants and incentives to help businesses make smart business investments. South Carolina’s pro-business policies potentially offer the following opportunities to eliminate your entire corporate income taxes, a range of sales tax exemptions that reduce start-up costs and operating costs, property tax incentives that can be tailored to meet your company’s needs, special state discretionary incentives may be used to meet specific needs and many more. The SC Department of Commerce and Economic Development have an open arms approach that welcomes new businesses to the Palmetto State. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: This tract offers general areas for new construction and development. A slope exists at the existing curb-cut entrance on Hwy 219. The tract gradually declines toward the creek in the back of the property. Roads and Entrances: Located on SC Hwy 219 with an existing SCDOT curb cut. Additional acreage is included from St. Mark’s Baptist Church to provide more road frontage if necessary. SCDOT may require a signalized interchange to accommodate increased traffic patterns due to development, without a signalized interchange, the existing entrance may be “right-in, right-out”. Airports: The nearest public airport is Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Newberry County School District. Other educational opportunities nearby include Newberry Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association - SCISA). Tax Map Number: 450-62 and 450-08 Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. No land disclosure is available. Buyer and/or Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the due diligence. Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker and the Buyer's Agent must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission.
$2,955,000  •  11.82 acres
11.82 acres located on the Northeast Quadrant of the Exit 34 interchange at Hwy 34. Hwy 34 serves as the primary corridor to the Town of Ridgeway and the Town of Winnsboro This tract is zoned B-2 (General Business District) which promotes a wide range of business and commercial uses and is one of Fairfield County's most lenient designations to accommodate general commercial development. This location offers excellent interstate visibility, especially for northbound traffic. SCDOT Traffic Counts for 2022 estimate 47,500 vehicles per day pass by this location. Centrally located in the middle of South Carolina, I-77 is conveniently located nearby offering logistical advantages to a network of roadways throughout the state and beyond. Nearby there are several existing manufacturing facilities and several industrial parks. The future development of the I-77 International Mega Site is nearby. This is a future large-scale OEM Facility in Ridgeway, South Carolina. Located on I-77 between exits 34 and 41, the Mega Site is poised to create thousands of jobs and become a manufacturing hub of central South Carolina. The existing traffic and visibility are attractive and future possibilities in the immediate area are promising. This is a very desirable corner lot with unlimited potential. Zoning: B-2 General Business District. The intent of this District is to provide for and promote the development and maintenance of commercial and business uses strategically located to serve the traveling public, the resident population, and the larger region of which the county is a part. Toward this end, a wide range of business and commercial uses are permitted in this District. (Source: Fairfield County Land Use Ordinance) Traffic Counts: SCDOT Traffic Counts for 2022 estimate 47,500 vehicles per day. Utilities: The Town of Winnsboro provides water (12”) across Hwy 34, sewer (currently unavailable), and natural gas (4”). Dominion Energy provides electrical utilities to the site, and TruVista Communications provides telecommunications. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 34 (Hwy 34) this property is located in the Northeastern Quadrant of the interchange, it offers frontage on Hwy 34 and the northbound on-ramp for I-77. Location: Centrally located on Hwy 34 at I-77 in Fairfield County. This is considered the primary corridor to access the Town of Winnsboro and the Town of Ridgeway situated between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Blythewood. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, and Fort Mill. Commercial & Industrial Benefits: Successful businesses require growth and value. South Carolina offers an array of grants and incentives to help businesses make smart business investments. South Carolina’s pro-business policies potentially offer the following opportunities to eliminate your entire corporate income taxes, a range of sales tax exemptions that reduce start-up costs and operating costs, property tax incentives that can be tailored to meet your company’s needs, special state discretionary incentives may be used to meet specific needs and many more. The SC Department of Commerce and Economic Development has an open-arms approach that welcomes new businesses to the Palmetto State. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location, this tract has a large embankment that slopes east. This tract consists of natural hardwoods with a mixture of unplanted pines. Roads and Entrances: Located on SC Hwy 34 with ample road frontage and an existing SCDOT curb cut. A secondary entrance is located at the rear of the property from Singing Pines Drive off VAn Exum Road. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Chester County School District. Other educational opportunities nearby include Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association - SCISA). Property Taxes: The property use is currently considered Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2022 were $23.63. Primary Tax Map Number: 167-00-02-005-000 Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. No land disclosure is available. Buyer and/or Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the due diligence. Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker and the buyer's Agent must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission.
$3,250,000  •  130 acres
130 acres located on the Hwy 34 industrial corridor of Fairfield County between the Town of Winnsboro and I-77 (Exit 34). This tract is zoned I-1 (Industrial District) which is one of Fairfield County's most lenient designations to accommodate production and manufacturing. Centrally located in the middle of South Carolina, I-77 is conveniently located nearby offering logistical advantages to a network of rails and roadways throughout the state and beyond. Utilities are available and the topography is suitable for a variety of uses. Ample road frontage also leaves space for smaller out-parcels along Hwy 34 with daily traffic counts exceeding 6000 Vpd. This tract is a great option for suppliers with location requirements to nearby industrial parks and manufacturing facilities. Zoning: I-1 Industrial District. The intent of this district is to accommodate and protect on individual lots or in business park settings industrial and related wholesaling, distribution, warehousing, processing, office, and administrative uses in an environment suited to such uses and operations while promoting land use compatibility with the aid of performance standards. This District also is intended to protect for future development vacant sites and tracts with industrial potential. (Source: Fairfield County Land Use Ordinance) Utilities: The Town of Winnsboro provides water (12”), sewer (force), and natural gas (4”). Dominion Energy provides electrical utilities to the site, and TruVista Communications provides telecommunications. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 34 (Hwy 34) East towards Winnsboro, the property will be 5 miles ahead on the left. Location: Centrally located on Hwy 34 in Fairfield County. Roughly 5 miles from I-77, Exit 34 (Ridgeway/Winnsboro Exit) along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Blythewood. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, and Fort Mill. Commercial & Industrial Benefits: Successful businesses require growth and value. South Carolina offers an array of grants and incentives to help businesses make smart business investments. South Carolina’s pro-business policies potentially offer the following opportunities to eliminate your entire corporate income taxes, a range of sales tax exemptions that reduce start-up costs and operating costs, property tax incentives that can be tailored to meet your company’s needs, special state discretionary incentives may be used to meet specific needs and many more. The SC Department of Commerce and Economic Development has an open-arms approach that welcomes new businesses to the Palmetto State. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract is loaded with natural hardwoods with a mixture of unplanted pines. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries that flow into Cedar Creek which passes through the tract and contains some wetlands. Roads and Entrances: Located on SC Hwy 34 with ample road frontage offering several locations for SCDOT curb cut access. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) 60± Miles and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) 58± Miles. School District: This tract is located in the Chester County School District. Other educational opportunities nearby include Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association - SCISA). Property Taxes: The property use is currently considered Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2022 were $230. Primary Tax Map Number: 164-00-00-006-000 Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. No commission to licensed agents purchasing in any capacity that would create any principal ownership interest in the property. No land disclosure is available. Buyer and/or Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the due diligence. The buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker and the Buyer's Agent must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission.
$1,122,500  •  44.9 acres
44.9 acres located on the Hwy 34 industrial corridor of Fairfield County between the Town of Winnsboro and I-77 (Exit 34). This tract is zoned I-1 (Industrial District) which is one of Fairfield County's most lenient designations to accommodate production and manufacturing. Centrally located in the middle of South Carolina, I-77 is conveniently located nearby offering logistical advantages to a network of rails and roadways throughout the state and beyond. Utilities are available and the topography is suitable for a variety of uses. Ample road frontage also leaves space for smaller out-parcels along Hwy 34 with daily traffic counts exceeding 6000 Vpd. This tract is a great option for suppliers with location requirements to nearby industrial parks and manufacturing facilities. Zoning: I-1 Industrial District. The intent of this district is to accommodate and protect on individual lots or in business park settings industrial and related wholesaling, distribution, warehousing, processing, office, and administrative uses in an environment suited to such uses and operations while promoting land use compatibility with the aid of performance standards. This District also is intended to protect for future development vacant sites and tracts with industrial potential. (Source: Fairfield County Land Use Ordinance) Utilities: The Town of Winnsboro provides water (12”), sewer (force), and natural gas (4”). Dominion Energy provides electrical utilities to the site, and TruVista Communications provides telecommunications. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 34 (Hwy 34) East towards Winnsboro, the property will be 5 miles ahead on the left. Location: Centrally located on Hwy 34 in Fairfield County. Roughly 5 miles from I-77, Exit 34 (Ridgeway/Winnsboro Exit) along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Blythewood. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Fort Mill. Commercial & Industrial Benefits: Successful businesses require growth and value. South Carolina offers an array of grants and incentives to help businesses make smart business investments. South Carolina’s pro-business policies potentially offer the following opportunities to eliminate your entire corporate income taxes, a range of sales tax exemptions that reduce start-up costs and operating costs, property tax incentives that can be tailored to meet your company’s needs, special state discretionary incentives may be used to meet specific needs and many more. The SC Department of Commerce and Economic Development has an open-arms approach that welcomes new businesses to the Palmetto State. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract is loaded with natural hardwoods with a mixture of unplanted pines. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries that flow into Cedar Creek which passes through the tract and contains some wetlands. Roads and Entrances: Located on SC Hwy 34 with ample road frontage offering several locations for SCDOT curb cut access. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) 60± Miles and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) 58± Miles. School District: This tract is located in the Chester County School District. Other educational opportunities nearby include Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association - SCISA). Property Taxes: The property use is currently considered Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2022 were $83.13. Primary Tax Map Number: 164-00-00-006-000 Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. No commission to licensed agents purchasing in any capacity that would create any principal ownership interest in the property. No land disclosure is available. Buyer and/or Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the due diligence. The buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker and the buyer's Agent must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission.
$220,150  •  37 acres
Summary: 37+ acres of recreational land located near Lake Wateree and convenience to the I-77 corridor between Columbia and Charlotte. This tract meets all the criteria combining timberland and hunting for the investment-minded outdoorsman. When harvested, the stand of merchantable timber provides a potential income opportunity. Comprised primarily of densely wooded pines with remaining seasonal drains and bottoms populated with a mixture of hardwoods. This property offers a network of established trails for easy interior access. This is an attractive habitat for a variety of wildlife and offers most of the necessities to retain a variety of game. Close proximity to Charlotte, Columbia, and Lake Wateree makes the location appealing. Whether you're looking for a recreational tract for hunting, a spacious location for a permanent residence, or a combination with investment potential this Fairfield County tract is certainly worth consideration for immediate enjoyment and future income potential. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 41 (Road 41) and head East towards Hwy 21. Turn left on Hwy 21 and head North. Turn Right on River Road, Great North Road will be ahead. Signs are posted along the gated entrances at each access point. Location: Located on the northeastern side of Fairfield County. Excellent proximity to Lake Wateree. Located along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. The nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Recreational Benefits: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract is loaded with managed pines and timberland with a clear understory in most areas. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries that eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: Located on Great North Road, this tract offers an abundance of road frontage and multiple gated entrance points. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) 70.5 Miles and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) 48 Miles. School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities in Fairfield County include Midlands Technical College, Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA), and Midlands STEM. Property Taxes: The property is taxed as Ag-Exempt. Contact: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$255,850  •  43 acres
Summary: 43+ acres of recreational timberland located near Lake Wateree and convenience to the I-77 corridor between Columbia and Charlotte. This tract meets all the criteria combining timberland and hunting for the investment-minded outdoorsman. When harvested, the impressive stand of merchantable timber provides a potential opportunity for significant timber income. This pine forest comprises the majority of the property, with remaining seasonal drains and bottoms populated with a mixture of hardwoods. This property offers an extensive network of well-maintained established trails and interior roads and occasional clearings for food plots. This is an attractive habitat for a variety of wildlife and offers the cornerstones to retaining a variety of game. Close proximity to Charlotte, Columbia, and Lake Wateree makes the location appealing, and the lengthy paved road frontage along Great North Road offers an opportunity to subdivide this tract into smaller parcels if future demand supports the existing potential. Whether you're looking for a recreational tract for hunting, a spacious location for a permanent residence, or a combination with investment potential this Fairfield County tract is certainly worth consideration for immediate enjoyment and future income potential. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 41 (Road 41) and head East towards Hwy 21. Turn left on Hwy 21 and head North. Turn Right on River Road, Great North Road will be ahead. Signs are posted along the gated entrances at each access point. Location: Located on the northeastern side of Fairfield County. Excellent proximity to Lake Wateree. Located along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. The nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Recreational Benefits: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract is loaded with managed pines and timberland with a clear understory in most areas. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries that eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: Located on Great North Road, this tract offers an abundance of road frontage and multiple gated entrance points. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) 70.5 Miles and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) 48 Miles. School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities in Fairfield County include Midlands Technical College, Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA), and Midlands STEM. Property Taxes: The property is taxed as Ag-Exempt. Contact: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$374,850  •  63 acres
Summary: 63+ acres of recreational timberland located near Lake Wateree along the I-77 corridor between Columbia and Charlotte. This tract meets all the criteria combining timberland and hunting for the investment-minded outdoorsman. When harvested, the impressive stand of merchantable timber potentially provides a significant opportunity for future timber income. The pine forest comprises the majority of the property, with remaining seasonal drains and creek bottoms populated with a mixture of hardwoods and pines. This property offers an extensive network of well-maintained established trails and interior roads, several cleared areas for food plots, and a creek. These natural resources provide an attractive habitat for wildlife and are cornerstones to retaining a variety of game. Close proximity to Charlotte, Columbia, and Lake Wateree makes the location appealing, and the lengthy paved road frontage along Great North Road offers an opportunity to subdivide this tract if future demand supports the existing potential. Whether you're looking for a recreational tract for hunting, a spacious location for a permanent residence, or a combination with investment potential this Fairfield County tract is certainly worth consideration for immediate enjoyment and future income potential. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 41 (Road 41) and head East towards Hwy 21. Turn left on Hwy 21 and head North. Turn Right on River Road, Great North Road will be ahead. Signs are posted along the gated entrances at each access point. Location: Located on the northeastern side of Fairfield County. Excellent proximity to Lake Wateree. Located along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include: Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Great Falls. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Blythewood, Fort Mill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. Nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Recreational Benefits: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract is loaded with managed pines and timberland with a clear understory in most areas. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries that eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: Located on Great North Road, this tract offers an abundance of road frontage and multiple gated entrance points. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) 70.5 Miles and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) 48 Miles. School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities in Fairfield County include: Midlands Technical College, Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA), and Midlands STEM. Property Taxes: The property is taxed as Ag-Exempt. Contact: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$32,500  •  6.65 acres
Summary: 6.65 acres adjoining a portion of the 100+/- acre Jackson Creek Watershed (water levels fluctuate - dependent upon rainfall). This tract is ideal for recreational enjoyment, a permanent residence, or both. The watershed coupled with the surrounding vegetation and natural resources creates a natural habitat for an abundance of wildlife. Primarily a mixture of naturally regenerated pines and hardwoods with variable topography offering elevated areas and a gradual decline to the shores of the reservoir. This tract is secluded with unique characteristics that are appealing for recreational activity and year-round enjoyment in a rural location. A deeded easement provides access along an unpaved dirt road. Zoning: The base zoning for the property is RD-1 Rural Residential District the intent of this district is to encourage rural residential and expanding urban development in accord with the comprehensive plan while maintaining to the extent practical and feasible the District’s rural resources. The “use” is currently classified as Agricultural land and taxed agriculturally. (Source: Fairfield County Land Use Ordinance) Utilities: None - Fairfield Electric Co-Op has the nearest power. The cost to install power at the location varies - Fairfield Electric Co-Op would provide an estimate and an explanation of potential availability. Directions: From Winnsboro, take Hwy 34 (Newberry Road) West, turn on Meadow Lou Lane, continue to the end of Meadow Lou Lane, and proceed on the dirt road, property will be located on the left down the power line right-of-way, and look for survey markers and signs. Location: Located roughly 5 miles West of the Town of Winnsboro on SC Hwy 34 (also known as Newberry Road). Terrain: Rolling topography is common in this area. Roughly 1-2 acres are level at the top portion of this property, the remaining acreage gradually slopes downhill towards the watershed, some of which is located within the watershed. It is densely populated with a mixture of vegetation. Natural Water Source: This tract is located in and around the Jackson Creek Watershed. Water levels in this portion of the watershed fluctuate considerably throughout the year. Rainfall collection is the primary source of water feeding this area along with natural springs. No gas-powered boat motors are permitted within the watershed. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several nearby public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. The watershed offers fishing. Roads and Entrances: From Hwy 34, Meadow Lou Lane is a county-maintained road that eventually dead ends into a dirt road easement. The dirt road easement meanders to a major overhead utility right-of-way, upon reaching the ROW, the property is down the hill to the left. A small sign and survey markers are posted. Airports: The nearest commercial airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). The Fairfield County Airport is also located nearby for smaller private aircraft. School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities nearby include Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association - SCISA). Property Taxes: The property use is currently considered Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 are $19.45. (Source: Fairfield County Treasurer) Primary Tax Map Number: 105-00-00-055-000 Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$365,750  •  3.91 acres
Summary: Two commercial lots combined for a total of 3.91 acres located along the Hwy 601 corridor connecting Lugoff and Camden to Interstate 20. This property offers high visibility and a significant traffic count, recent studies estimate it to be 22,000 VPD based on recent SCDOT data. There is an old building on the property, sold "As Is" - will likely need to be demolished. Directions: From I-20, take the Hwy 601 Exit 92, and head South on Hwy 601 for about 3 miles, the property will be ahead on the left, next door to the self-storage facility. Location: Centrally located in Kershaw County in a rapidly growing area. The proximity to the interstate offers convenience to surrounding towns and greater Columbia. Nearby cities and towns include Lugoff and Camden. Also in convenient proximity are Florence, Northeast Columbia, and greater Columbia. Fort Jackson is also nearby. Site Benefits: Corner lot located in a high-traffic corridor between Lugoff/Camden and I-20. Multiple residential neighborhoods and commercial developments are nearby. Utilities: Most utilities are readily available. Kershaw County Tax Map: 310-00-00-046 and 310-00-00-023 Roads and Entrances: Located with an abundance of road frontage at 205 US Hwy 601 and considered a corner lot with frontage on Standard Warehouse Road. Airports: The nearest major public airport is Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Kershaw County School District. Property Taxes: The property is Zoned Commercial and property taxes for 2023 are $2,310. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$204,250  •  2.12 acres
Summary: Commercial land located along the Hwy 601 corridor connecting Lugoff and Camden to Interstate 20. This property offers high visibility and a significant traffic count, recent studies estimate to be 22,000 VPD based on recent SCDOT data. There is an old building on the property, sold "As Is" - will likely need to be demolished. Directions: From I-20, take the Hwy 601 Exit 92, and head South on Hwy 601 for about 3 miles, the property will be ahead on the left, next door to the self-storage facility. Location: Centrally located in Kershaw County in a rapidly growing area. The proximity to the interstate offer convenience to surrounding towns and greater Columbia. Nearby cities and towns include Lugoff and Camden. Also in convenient proximity are Florence, Northeast Columbia, and greater Columbia. Fort Jackson is also nearby. Site Benefits: Corner lot located in a high-traffic corridor between Lugoff/Camden and I-20. Multiple residential neighborhods and commercial developments are nearby. Utilities: Most utilities are readily available. Kershaw County Tax Map: 310-00-00-046 Roads and Entrances: Located with an abundance of road frontage at 205 US Hwy 601 and considered a corner lot with frontage on Standard Warehouse Road. Airports: The nearest major public airport is Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Kershaw County School District. Property Taxes: The property is Zoned Commercial and property taxes for 2023 are $1,316.32. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$175,750  •  1.79 acres
Summary: Commercial land located along the Hwy 601 corridor connecting Lugoff and Camden to Interstate 20. This property offers high visibility and a significant traffic count, recent studies estimate to be 22,000 VPD based on recent SCDOT data. There is an old building on the property, sold "As Is" - will likely need to be demolished. Directions: From I-20, take the Hwy 601 Exit 92, and head South on Hwy 601 for about 3 miles, the property will be ahead on the left, next door to the self-storage facility. Location: Centrally located in Kershaw County in a rapidly growing area. The proximity to the interstate offer convenience to surrounding towns and greater Columbia. Nearby cities and towns include: Lugoff and Camden. Also in convenient proximity are Florence, Northeast Columbia, and greater Columbia. Fort Jackson is also nearby. Site Benefits: Corner lot located in a high traffic corridor between Lugoff/Camden and I-20. Multiple residential neighborhods and commercial developments are nearby. Utilities: Most utilities are readily available. Kershaw County Tax Map: 310-00-00-023 Roads and Entrances: Located on US Hwy 601 offering an abundance of road frontage. Airports: The nearest major public airport is Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). School District: This tract is located in the Kershaw County School District. Property Taxes: The property is Zoned Commercial and property taxes for 2023 are $1,316.32. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company.
$375,000  •  32.61 acres
The Lebanon area of Fairfield County has a longstanding reputation as a friendly and welcoming rural community. Sparsely populated and consisting of open fields and timberland, this 32+ acre tract is no exception to its surroundings. About 7 acres are wooded with a small creek beneath a mixture of pines and hardwoods, the remaining 25 acres are spacious fields. For the avid outdoorsman, this tract has the necessary natural resources for hunting and recreational uses. An attractive 3-rail fence runs along the highway at the entrance and the remaining acreage is surrounded by well-maintained homes and wooded treelines. The open pasture offers excellent curb appeal and would be ideal as a mini-farm. The gently rolling topography provides a picturesque landscape suitable for a custom home with plenty of area for stables or barns. A large 60x40 metal building is already located on-site, with finished concrete floors, large roll-up doors, an installed septic system, underground utilities, and plumbing for a bathroom/laundry. Properties with similar characteristics and improvements are difficult to find, seldom hitting the market in this particular community. This is an exceptional opportunity to acquire an attractive property with an abundance of aesthetic appeal in a charming location. Zoning: The base zoning for the property is RD-1 Rural Residential District the intent of this district is to encourage rural residential and expanding urban development in accord with the comprehensive plan while maintaining to the extent practical and feasible the District's rural resources. The "use" is currently classified as Agricultural land and taxed agriculturally. (Source: Fairfield County Land Use Ordinance) Utilities: Mid-County Water supplies water, a traditional septic system is installed, and underground electrical utilities are already connected to the existing metal building. Fairfield electric Co-Operative provides electrical utilities to the site, and TruVista Communications provides telecommunications. Directions: From the stoplight in Winnsboro at the intersection of Hwy 34 and Hwy 200, drive West on Hwy 34 (Newberry Road) towards Newberry, drive 5 miles, the property will be on the left side (South side) of Hwy 34. Location: Located roughly 5 miles West of the Town of Winnsboro on SC Hwy 34 (also known as Newberry Road). While considered rural, this central location is still considered convenient to the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Rolling topography is common for this area. This tract is about 7± acres of natural hardwoods with a mixture of unplanted pines with the majority of the acreage, about 25± acres, considered established pasture. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries with an existing stream meandering through the Southeast corner of the tract. Roads and Entrances: Paved road frontage is located on SC Hwy 34 (Newberry Road) with ample road frontage with an additional shared gravel drive providing a non-exclusive permanent easement. Airports: The nearest commercial airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). The Fairfield County Airport is also located nearby for smaller private aircraft. School District: This tract is located in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities nearby include: Richard Winn Academy (Private - South Carolina Independent School Association - SCISA). Property Taxes: The property use is currently considered Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 are $64.94. (Source: Fairfield County Treasurer) Primary Tax Map Number: 104-00-03-081-000 Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. No commission to licensed agents purchasing in any capacity that would create any principal ownership interest in the property. No land disclosure available. Buyer and/or Buyers Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the due diligence. Buyers Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker and Buyers Agent must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission.
$30,000  •  1.5 acres
This 1.5 acre lot is located on Singleton Creek Road in the scenic Liberty Hill community of Kershaw County. Located just off Hwy 97 (John G. Richards Road) this tract is situated near the Eastern side of Lake Wateree within about a 20-30 minute drive to Camden, I-77, and Lancaster. The property itself offers nice paved road frontage before gently sloping towards the rear, with a more significant incline along the northern portion and rear of the property. Remnants of an old home place still exist on the property, brick and granite from the foundation and fireplace is still on site and the old well pumphouse is also nearby. There is a minimal stand of pines, however, the abundance of hardwoods is impressive, offering significant aesthetic appeal and an excellent canopy above the clear understory. This tract may be ideal for a new homesite in a rural location. Currently there are no immediate residences within view, offering privacy in a remote country setting. Liberty Hill is a scenic area with awesome elevation changes in a desirable community. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 48 (SC Hwy 200) and head East towards Great Falls. Merge onto Hwy 21, turn right at the stop light in Great Falls and stay on Hwy 21/Hwy 200. Turn Right on Hwy 97, stay on Hwy 97 for about 12 miles, turn right at the Liberty Hill Post Office on Singleton Creek Road (Wildlife Road). Look for the sign about 1/4 miles ahead on the right. Tax Map # 074-00-00-053 Location: Located on Singleton Creek Road in the scenic Liberty Hill community of Kershaw County. Located just off Hwy 97 (John G. Richards Road) this tract is situated near the Eastern side of Lake Wateree within about a 20-30 minute drive to Camden, I-77, and Lancaster. Nearby small towns include Camden and Lancaster. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. Nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Recreational Benefits: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Steep hills, drastic elevation changes, and rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract primarily consists of a natural stand of mature hardwoods with a clear understory in most areas and occasionally a mixture of pines. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries that eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: This tract offers paved road frontage on Singleton Creek Road, there are no improved access entrances and the former driveway is mostly overgrown. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) 70.5 Miles and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) 48 Miles. School District: This tract is located in the Kershaw County School District. Property Taxes: The property is considered residential and property taxes for 2023 were $108.15. Contact: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: The Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. 3% Commission to Buyers Agent/Broker at closing. No commission to licensed agents purchasing in any capacity that would create any principal ownership interest in the property. No land disclosure is available. Buyer and/or Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information before the completion of the due diligence. Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker and the buyer's Agent must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission.
$275,000  •  60.8 acres
Liberty Hill Recreational Tract This 60.7 acre property is located on Singleton Creek Road in the scenic Liberty Hill community of Kershaw County. Located just off Hwy 97 (John G. Richards Road) this tract is situated near the Eastern side of Lake Wateree within about a 20-30 minute drive to Camden, I-77, and Lancaster. The property itself offers a hilly topography with considerable elevation changes and steep slopes to large hardwood bottoms and drains. Several areas along the ridges provide level locations for food plots or potential home sites. A sparse network of ATV trails provides an existing trail system in some areas. Several of the drains appear to be seasonal with a small creek near the northern boundary. There is a minimal stand of pines, however, the abundance of hardwoods is impressive, offering significant aesthetic appeal and an excellent canopy above the clear understory. This tract is an ideal property for recreational enjoyment. Deer and turkey activity is evident and the general area has a great reputation for hunting and natural resources. This Liberty Hill tract offers no shortage of character loaded with oaks, awesome elevation changes, and a desirable location. Directions: From I-77, take Exit 48 (SC Hwy 200) and head East towards Great Falls. Merge onto Hwy 21, turn right at the stop light in Great Falls and stay on Hwy 21/Hwy 200. Turn Right on Hwy 97, stay on Hwy 97 for about 12 miles, turn right at the Liberty Hill Post Office on Singleton Creek Road (Wildlife Road). Look for signs about 1.5 miles ahead on the right (almost across the street from 3402 Singleton Creek Rd). Tax Map # 092-00-00-012 Location: Located on Singleton Creek Road in the scenic Liberty Hill community of Kershaw County. Located just off Hwy 97 (John G. Richards Road) this tract is situated near the Eastern side of Lake Wateree within about a 20-30 minute drive to Camden, I-77, and Lancaster. Nearby small towns include: Camden and Lancaster. Also in convenient proximity are Rock Hill, Chester, Richburg, and Edgemoor. Lake Wateree Information: Located 30 miles northeast of Columbia, 69 miles south of uptown Charlotte. Lake Wateree is the largest of the Catawba-Wateree lakes in South Carolina with 13,025 acres. The Lake Wateree extends to Fairfield County, Kershaw County, and Lancaster County. Lake Wateree was created in 1920 with the operation of Wateree Hydroelectric Station and is managed by Duke Energy. Nearest public boat landings to this property are Taylor Creek Boat Landing, Lake Wateree State Park located on Desportes Island, the June Creek Boat Landing, and Dutchmans Creek Boat Landing. Recreational Benefits: Carolina Adventure World, also known as “the Southeast’s Largest Outdoor Playground” is located nearby and boasts 100 miles of ATV, UTV and dirt bike trails covering 2,600 acres. It also hosts seasonal concerts at its outdoor concert pavilion. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Fairfield County has a reputation as an excellent county for a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 2, Fairfield County has an abundance of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Waterfowl is present on large bodies of water, ponds, and rivers. Dove fields are abundant. Several public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: Steep hills, drastic elevation changes, and rolling hills are typical for this location. This tract primarily consists of a natural stand of mature hardwoods with a clear understory in most areas and occasionally a mixture of pines. Occasional seasonal drains lead to small creeks and tributaries that eventually feed Lake Wateree. Roads and Entrances: This tract offers paved road frontage on Singleton Creek Road, there are no improved access entrances and the former driveway is mostly overgrown. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) 70.5 Miles and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) 48 Miles. School District: This tract is located in the Kershaw County School District. Property Taxes: The property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $74.26. Contact: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Brown & Company. No commission to licensed agents purchasing in any capacity that would create any principal ownership interest in the property. No land disclosure available. Buyer and/or Buyers Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the due diligence. Buyers Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker and Buyers Agent must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission.
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