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.