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$17,500,000  •  736 acres
Goodwill Estate is a 736-acre, 7-parcel, gated haven. Surrounded by 3,600 acres of preservation land. While the estate has no conservation easements, its preserved land perimeter insures privacy and connection to the outdoors and wildlife. Steeped in history, Goodwill dates to 1795; added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The property has two Charleston-inspired estate homes, examples of southern architectural elegance and modern luxury overlooking a pristine 35-acre lake. The 8,400-sf main home is offered furnished with custom furniture, valuable antiques, and artwork. The 5,488-sf 2nd home mirrors the main home luxury. Goodwill Estate is a blend of natural beauty with endless outdoor activities, rich wetlands, hardwood forests, 45 acres of fields and meadows, 12 miles of trails/roads and scenic Colonels Creek. Approval for a 22-lot community provides potential for expansion or conservation, presenting opportunities for both investors and homeowners alike.
$15,000,000  •  152 acres
Crestview Farm is a prestigious, privately gated, multi-purpose estate and family compound which includes homes and multiple guest accommodations. The estate spans approximately 152± acres of manicured grounds and amenities surrounded by incredible forest.
$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.
$565,000  •  127.49 acres
The Blackstock area of Chester County has a longstanding reputation for excellent hunting with this tract being no exception.
$899,500  •  124.89 acres
Summary: The community of Lebanon is centrally located in Fairfield County and well known for its excellent opportunities for the avid outdoorsman. This immaculate 124.89 acre property is a rare find in this area and offers a turn-key hunting and fishing experience with total seclusion and privacy. Full utilities in a 600 +/- sq. ft. (easily expandable) rustic cabin with well, septic, mini-split HVAC system, gas log fireplace and available satellite TV. Enjoy the peace and quiet outside in your rocking chair or swing on the 320 sq. ft. covered porch. Multiple potential homesite locations throughout the property provide opportunities to build your dream home. Everything is pristine down to the smallest detail. Beautiful 1 +/- acre stocked fishpond, maintained food plots, miles of internal roads and trails, New 24’ x 36’ Hoover pole barn, enclosed equipment shed and 20’ lockable container. Comfortable box hunting stands and planted fields - strategically placed and ready for the upcoming season. Deer, turkey, hogs, and small game are abundant throughout the property with large, adjoining landowner tracts. Covered with some of the most beautiful, mature hardwoods in the county with 40+ acres in mature planted pine. It is bordered to the north by the wide, constant flowing Dumper’s Creek that attracts Wood Ducks and provides a year-round water source and natural travel corridor for wildlife. Nothing else on this scale is available in the area. It is truly a Unicorn property that is 100% turnkey for a new owner. Too many attractions to list. Scheduled appointment required for property viewing. Fairfield County Tax ID# 086-00-01-001-000 Directions: Shown by appointment only. Schedule in advance to view the property. The listing agent will meet you at the following location: From the intersection of Highway 200, Highway 34, and US Highway 321 Bypass in Winnsboro, SC: Travel west on Highway 34 approximately 4.6 miles to Old Douglas Road in the community of Lebanon. Meet at the Lebanon Mart convenience store located on the right. The property is located approximately 1 mile from this location. Location: This property is centrally located in the Lebanon community of Fairfield County minutes from the US Highway 321 and Interstate 77 corridor between the major cities of Charlotte and Columbia. Nearby small towns include Winnsboro, Chester, and Great Falls with the larger towns of Rock Hill, Blythewood, and Newberry all within a 30-minute commute. Recreational Benefits: Boating and watersports are in abundance with the nearby lakes of Monticello, Wateree, and Murray. One of the few counties in the state to be bordered along both sides by two major rivers: the Broad to the West and the Catawba to the East. The Great Falls of the Catawba offers beginner to world-class white-water kayaking and rafting adventures with primitive camping and hiking trails within a new state park scheduled to open in 2024. Carolina Adventure World, a 2,600+ acre ATV, UTV, and motorcycle riding center provides hundreds of miles of trails, overnight camping as well as seasonal concerts. Wildlife and Hunting: Fairfield County is well known for its exceptional hunting and fishing. This tract is in South Carolina Game Zone 2 and is heavily populated with deer, turkey, hogs, and small game. Wood Ducks and occasional Mallards are present on the wide, continuous flowing Dumpers Creek. Hunt quail and pheasant at Uplands Wing Preserve located in Blair, SC (less than 10 minutes away). Largemouth Bass and Bluegill are stocked in the pond located on the property. If you enjoy fishing and boating on a larger scale, a 45-minute drive can place at the larger public lakes of Wateree, Monticello, Murray, and Wylie. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: This property gives the feel of being in the southern portion of the Appalachian Mountains with its rolling terrain and beautiful stands of mature hardwoods. The bottomland along Dumpers Creek has been cleared of understory offering unobstructed views. Two constantly flowing spring fed creeks dissect the tract and feed into Dumpers Creek. Roads and Entrances: Located just off Old Douglas Road, this tract has two gated entrances with nearly two miles of heavily gravel based roads that have been topped with slag which produces zero dust in dry conditions. Several miles of internal trail systems allow UTV/ATV travel throughout the property making it convenient to reach your favorite hunting spots. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International and Columbia Metropolitan. School Districts: This tract is in the Fairfield County School District. Other educational opportunities include Richard Wynn Academy (Private – South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA). Property Taxes: This property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $1,211.19. Contacts: Jeff Parker (803) 519-7829 mobile jeff@ 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.
$1,200,000  •  121 acres
Woodmen Tract 423 Woodmen Road, Patrick, SC 29584 Formerly a youth summer camp, this sprawling 121-acre compound boasts numerous amenities and accessory structures, offering potential for a private family compound, hunting or recreational retreat, campground, event center, or various other commercial or residential uses. On-site, a 2000+/- sqft residence with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths serves as the primary living quarters, featuring a spacious open floor plan. Several other existing buildings occupy the property, including a caretaker home (a duplex with a small conference room), an office building with living quarters (6 bedrooms with 2 shared baths, plus a private director's quarters with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath), an art/crafts building, and a fully operational dining hall (seating 120). Additionally, there are 3 boys' and 3 girls' bunkhouses (6 total bunkhouses, each accommodating 30 campers), shower houses (1 for boys, 1 for girls), and over 15 camper hook-up sites with 30/50 amp outlets and water. The property also features 2 wells, a pool, a rock climbing wall, a volleyball area, and a softball field. Water sources include a large 13+ acre stocked pond with a new dock ideal for fishing, and 2 shared watersheds offering waterfowl hunting opportunities. The surrounding land provides a natural wildlife habitat, excellent for deer and turkey hunting. This property offers exceptional value, considering the unlikeliness of replicating the same amenities with current construction costs. If you seek a rural retreat with limitless potential, this well-maintained venue offers turn-key opportunities for single-family purposes, entertainment, rentals, campground development, or hosting commercial events. Showings are available by appointment only. For further information, please contact Russ Brown directly. 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: 423 Woodmen Road, Patrick, SC 29584 Directions: From US-1 turn on Hartsville-Ruby Road towards Ruby/Sugarloaf Mountain, turn on St. John Church Rd, Turn on Ruth Road, Turn right on Turnage Road, Left on Woodmen Road. Location: Patrick, South Carolina, Chesterfield County. Patrick is located in southeastern Chesterfield County. Just 13 miles north on US 1, Cheraw is the largest city near Patrick. Chesterfield County: Chesterfield County is located in the state of South Carolina. As of the 2020 census, its population was 43,273. Its county seat is Chesterfield. The largest community in the county is Cheraw. It is located north of the Midlands, in the Pee Dee region, on its border with North Carolina. Recreational Benefits: This property has it all! Loaded with amenities, this tract has plenty of recreational opportunities. For outdoor enthusiasts, the large pond offers fishing, while the acreage provides the ideal habitat for hunting. ATV trails could be converted to horse trails, with plenty of open space for horses or a homestead. The pool is functional, overlooking a panoramic field with a rock climbing wall, a shooting/archery range, and a covered pavilion for hosting social gatherings, events, or special occasions. Wildlife and Hunting: Hunting and fishing in Chesterfield County has a reputation as an excellent county with a variety of wildlife. Located in South Carolina Game Zone 4, Chesterfield 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. Public lakes and watersheds provide areas for fishing year-round. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: The soils of the Carolina Sandhills region of Chesterfield County are noticeably sandy. The general area is predominantly level or flat, with rolling sandhills as a common topographical feature. Natural water sources are plentiful as is typical in the Pee Dee Region of South Carolina. Sugarloaf Mountain: This local attraction is an unusual hill located in Patrick, South Carolina. Known locally as "The Mountain", it towers 100 feet above the surrounding terrain. This site is located within the Sand Hills State Forest, adjacent to U.S. Highway 1, in the Carolina Sandhills region of the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge: Consolidated as part of the New Deal in 1939, The Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge is a 45,348-acre national wildlife refuge (NWR) located in Chesterfield County, South Carolina. The refuge is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from a headquarters located in McBee, South Carolina. Roads and Entrances: 423 Woodmen Road, this tract offers an abundance of road frontage on Woodmen Road, with additional frontage on Turnage Road. Airports: The nearest commercial airport is Florence Regional Airport (FLO). School District: This tract is located in the Chesterfield County School District. Students in Patrick attend Cheraw schools. Plainview Elementary School serves K-6 grade students, located three miles below Patrick. Plainview Elementary is in the McBee School District. Chesterfield County Tax Map Number: 177-000-000-035 Property Taxes: $N/A. Contacts: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified at first contact with the Listing Broker/Agent and present during the initial property tour to receive real estate commission. Commission splits are at the discretion of Brown & Company. Variable commission applies. No commission to licensed agents acquiring any principal ownership interest in the property. No land or property condition disclosure available. Buyer/Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify information before completing due diligence. Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified at first contact with the Listing Broker, and present at the initial property tour to receive commission.
$879,000  •  84 acres
Summary: The northern portion of Spartanburg County is well known for its breath-taking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North and South Carolina. This 84+/- acre property is located just off the state line and is within twenty minutes of Interstates 26 and 85 making travel convenient to the major cities of Spartanburg, Charlotte, Greenville, and Asheville. An 11+/- acre open field offers hilltop views and road frontage with available power and is ready to build your dream estate. Beautiful, mature stands of mixed hardwood and pine cover the rolling terrain down to the North Pacolet River providing excellent habitat for deer, turkey, ducks, and small game. Endless choices of entertainment, dining, and recreation are available from the excitement of major cities to a relaxing small-town atmosphere. Directions: This property is located just inside the South Carolina state line off Highway 9 in Spartanburg County. Traveling north on Hwy 9, turn left on Red Radford Road (the last road before the NC state line) and go approximately one-half mile. Property is located on the left. Location: Located in the northern portion of Spartanburg County off Highway 9, this property is minutes away from Interstate 26 between the nearest cities of Spartanburg and Asheville, and Interstate 85 between the cities of Greeneville and Charlotte. The smaller, quaint towns of Landrum, Tryon, Saluda, and Hendersonville are nearby and are popular attractions for tourists. Recreational Benefits: Enjoy great fishing and watersports in the 1,500 + acre Lake Bowen located just a few miles south. Kayaking and canoeing adventures await you on the Broad River along with camping, hiking, and horseback riding. Wildlife and Hunting: This property is in Game Zone 2 and offers great hunting for deer, turkey, hogs, waterfowl, and small game. Nearby Lake Bowman, the Pacolet and Broad Rivers provide year-round fishing opportunities. Terrain and Natural Water Sources: The rolling topography of this tract is typical of the Southern Foothills. The large, open field along Red Radford Road is gently sloped and offers multiple homesite locations. A natural, mature mixture of hardwood and pine covers the hillsides and drains that drop down to the flat terrain along the North Pacolet River which serves as the southern border of the property. Roads and Entrances: Red Radford Road is a paved, county-maintained highway and serves as the northern border of the property. Airports: The nearest public airports are Greenville-Spartanburg and Charlotte-Douglas International. School District: This tract is located in Spartanburg County School District 1. Property Taxes: This property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $104.08. Contacts: Jeff Parker (803) 519-7829 mobile jeff@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: 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. 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.
$352,500  •  67.8 acres
Development Potential - This 67.80 acre tract has been recently clear cut and now ready to be transformed into residential lots or build your home and enjoy the rest for recreation/hunting and timber growth. Launch your watercraft less than 5 minutes away from the beautiful, secluded Lake Greenwood and enjoy great fishing, kayaking and water sports. This property is a 20 mile drive to the I-26 and I-385 connector to Greenville and Spartanburg, SC. Laurens County Tax ID# 490-00-00-056 Directions: From the Community of Cross Hill, SC, travel south approximately 3.7 miles on Highway 39 to Barnett Road. Turn right on Barnett Road and go 1.5 miles. Property is located on right with gate and For Sale signs posted. Location: Located in the southern portion of Laurens County, this property is only minutes from public access to Lake Greenwood. The nearby Interstate 26 offers convenient travel to Newberry and Columbia to the south as well as Laurens, Greenville, and Spartanburg to the north. Recreational Benefits: Laurens County offers great hunting under the rules and regulations of Game Zone 2. Deer, turkey, doves, and small game are plentiful. Waterfowl are abundant in the nearby rivers of the Reedy, Saluda, and the Bush which also provide great kayaking and canoeing. Enjoy great fishing and water recreation in the 11,400+/- acre Lake Greenwood consisting of 212 miles of uncrowded shoreline and convenient access at the nearby RV park and marina. Roads and Entrances: This tract has approximately 300 feet of frontage along Barnett Road which is paved with power available to the property. Airports: The nearest public airports are Greenville-Spartanburg and Columbia Metropolitan. School District: This tract is in Laurens County School District 56. Public schools include Clinton High, Middle, and Elementary… Joanna-Woodson Elementary…Eastside Elementary, as well as M.S. Bailey Child Development Center. Property Taxes: This property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $108.85. Contacts: Jeff Parker (803) 519-7829 mobile jeff@ 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.
$374,850  •  63 acres
63+ acres of recreational timberland located near Lake Wateree along the I-77 corridor between Columbia and Charlotte.
$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.
$387,000  •  45 acres
Lancaster County is seeing a high increase in population and economic growth due to its proximity to the metropolis of Charlotte and Pineville, NC.; however, the lower portion of the county is still rural and offers quiet, country living along with great recreational benefits. This tract is a twenty-minute drive to Lancaster and Camden and about an hour to the larger cities of Charlotte and Columbia. It has 1,900 +/- feet of frontage along Rocky Mount Road (S-29-379) and has available power. It offers multiple home site locations as well as a potential pond site. Enjoy excellent hunting for deer, turkey, and small game on-site and fishing and watersports ten minutes away on Lake Wateree. Note: The sale area is a 45+/- acre portion of Lancaster County Tax ID #0164-00-003.00. Final sales price will be determined by a new “gross acreage survey” provided at the buyer’s expense. Directions: From Highway 521 in Heath Springs, SC, Take Highway 522 S and travel approximately 8.3 miles. Turn right on S-29-379 and go 1.6 miles. The property is located on the left. From Highway 97 in Liberty Hill, SC, travel Highway 522 N approximately 4 miles. Turn left on S-29-379 and go 1.6 mile. Property is located on the left. Location: Located in the southern portion of Lancaster County just a few minutes from the small community of Heath Springs, SC. About an hour’s drive from the major cities of Charlotte and Columbia. Nearby towns include Lancaster, Kershaw and Camden. Recreational Benefits: Enjoy excellent fishing and water recreation only ten minutes away at Lake Wateree. This is a 13,000+ acre lake with 216 miles of shoreline. The Great Falls of the Catawba offers beginner to world-class white-water kayaking and rafting adventures with primitive camping and hiking trails within a new state park scheduled to open in 2024. This region offers great hunting for deer, turkey, and small game in SC Game Zone 2 with the longest deer season in the state a few miles away in Game Zone 4. Nearby Camden is home to the Carolina Cup equestrian event and is rich in Revolutionary War history. Carolina Adventure World, a 2,600+ acre ATV, UTV, and motorcycle riding center provides hundreds of miles of trails, overnight camping as well as seasonal concerts and is about a 30 minute drive. Roads and Entrances: The property has 1,900+/- feet of frontage along Rocky Mount Road (S-29-379). Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International and Columbia Metropolitan. Contacts: Jeff Parker (803) 519-7829 mobile jeff@
$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.
$255,850  •  43 acres
43+ acres of recreational timberland located near Lake Wateree and convenience to the I-77 corridor between Columbia and Charlotte.
$299,000  •  41 acres
Enjoy the serene, rural lifestyle atop this picturesque hilltop overlooking Lake Wateree. Spanning 41 acres, this tract offers a stunning northeastern view of Wateree Creek against a backdrop of rolling hills and wooded terrain. Adjacent to mostly larger tracts of land, this property boasts few neighboring homes, light traffic, and no congestion, providing a tranquil elevated retreat. The absence of an HOA ensures the freedom of land ownership and the many comforts of country living. The highest point of the property (350’ elevation dropping to 250’) has been cleared to showcase the shotgun view of the lake with potential areas to clear along the hilltop for a more encompassing panoramic view. With ample acreage, there's plenty of space for recreational activities and an ideal habitat for deer and turkey hunting. Old trails also meander through the tract to reach more densely wooded portions of the property. Imagine sitting on your porch overlooking the lake below, watching firework shows on the 4th of July, or listening to stars like Eric Church, Laney Wilson, or Marshall Tucker perform in the far-off distance at Carolina Adventure World (about 2.5 miles away). This unique property offers a coveted, rarely-found scenic view of Lake Wateree's shoreline. Note: This property does not offer water frontage along the Lake Wateree shoreline. 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 on the left. A sign is posted on the gated entrance. 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, and the Wateree Creek Boat Landing. Lake Wateree provides over 13,000 acres for watersports, fishing, and relaxation. Recreational Benefits: Carolina Adventure World, deemed “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 consists primarily of natural regrowth pines and hardwoods. A primary homesite has been cleared with the remaining acreage densely wooded. 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 Ag-Exempt and property taxes are minimal. 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. Variable commission applies, 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 available. Buyer and/or Buyers Agent/Broker to verify any pertinent information prior to the completion of the contractual due diligence.
$220,150  •  37 acres
37+ acres of recreational land located near Lake Wateree and convenience to the I-77 corridor between Columbia and Charlotte.
$550,500  •  36.7 acres
Development Potential - This 36+/- acre property is in the Midlands Region Of South Carolina between the major cities of Columbia and Greenville. Located on Interstate 26 just off Exit 82 (Highway 773), this tract has high visibility along its 2,500+/- feet of Interstate frontage and boasts a daily traffic count of 45,000 +/- vehicles. Newberry County is rapidly growing in residential and economic development with over 40 Domestic Manufactures and 10 International Companies. The I-26 corridor offers convenient travel to the ports of Charleston and Savannah. Newberry County Tax ID# 635-1 Directions: From Interstate 26 take Exit 82 (Highway 773) and go northeast approximately 1,000 feet to Koon Trestle Road on the right. Travel on Koon Trestle Road for 1,700+/- feet to a 90-degree left curve in the highway. Property is located at the curve and is directly across I-26 from Mid-Carolina Golf Course. Location: Located in the southeastern portion of Newberry County, this property is 20 minutes away from downtown Columbia and Newberry. Interstate 26 offers convenient travel to Columbia and Charleston to the south as well as Laurens, Greenville, and Spartanburg to the north. Roads and Entrances: This tract is accessed from the paved Koon Branch and has 2,500+/- frontage along Interstate 26. Airports: The nearest public airports are Columbia Metropolitan and Greenville-Spartanburg. School District: The Newberry County School District offers 3 public High Schools, 2 public Middle Schools, and 8 public Elementary Schools. The private schools of Newberry Academy as well as Newberry Christian Academy offer grades K-12. Colleges include Newberry College and Piedmont Technical College. Property Taxes: This property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $84.64. Contacts: Jeff Parker (803) 519-7829 mobile jeff@ 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.
$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.
$375,000  •  32.61 acres
Under Contract
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.
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$1,800,000  •  30.12 acres
30.12 Acres - Corner of Peach & Cook Location is paramount in real estate and this property is no exception. This 30+ acre corner location is within visual distance to the southbound ramps of Exit 32 at the Peach Road Interchange. With over 860 feet of frontage on Peach Road and 1300 feet on Cook Road, this location is easily accessible. Centrally positioned between the Fairfield Commerce Park and the Walter B. Brown Industrial Park, it lies in close proximity to the developing I-77 International Mega Site and the new Scout Motors Manufacturing Facility and is strategically located within the I-77 corridor, linking Columbia to Charlotte. According to SCDOT estimates, over 47,000 vehicles per day pass through this stretch of I-77, with traffic counts steadily increasing. The property benefits from existing B-2 zoning, the most flexible commercial zoning in Fairfield County, offering a wide range of potential uses. As Blythewood expands and Southeastern Fairfield County experiences continued growth, this corner location presents abundant opportunities. LINKS: Scout Motors I-77 International Mega Site Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce Town of Ridgeway Fairfield County Commerce Park Walter B. Brown Industrial Park II 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: Most major utilities are available (The buyer and/or buyer representative are responsible to determine the location and availability of any/all utilities for their intended use prior ro purchasing). DIRECTIONS: From I-77, take Exit 32 (Peach Road) travel West .3 miles to the intersection of Cook Road and Peach Road the property is located at this intersection.. LOCATION: Centrally located at the intersection of Peach Road and Cook Road in Fairfield County. Roughly .3 miles from I-77, Exit 32 (Ridgeway Exit) along the I-77 corridor between the two nearest cities of Columbia and Charlotte. Nearby small towns include: Winnsboro, Ridgeway, and Blythewood. SC 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 Devleopment have an open arms approach that welcomes new businesses to the Palmetto State. LOCATION ADVANTAGE: Combining small-town charm with a logistical advantage, Fairfield County offers unrivaled opportunity. Nestled between the second largest metropolitan area in the southeast, Charlotte, NC and South Carolina's capital, Columbia, nearly half of the United States is within a day's drive, while a young and skilled workforce is becoming known the world over for its craftsmanship. Running through the center of the county, I-77 provides north-south access, and with more than 50,000 experienced makers within a 60-minute drive, manufacturing thrives in Fairfield County. From mattresses to motor vehicle parts to asphalt pavers, companies are finding a home, and a partner, in Fairfield County. (Source: CentralSC) TOPOGRAPHY: This tract consists of fairly level topography with a gentle slope from the front to the rear of the property. ROADS & ENTRANCES: 860+ feet of road frontage on Peach Road and 1300+ feet of road frontage on Cook Road. AIRPORTS: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). The Fairfield County Airport is also nearby and features a 5,243 foot runway and parallel taxiway the airport has available on-site, jet, and 100/LL fuel. The modern terminal building has a CATS Testing Center; pilot’s shop, flight instruction, and stock supplies. T-Hangers provide excellent storage space for private planes, onsite maintenance, certified A&P & Al, monthly parking, and for transients, they can arrange car rentals, courtesy transportation to lodging and dining. 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 were $64.27. TAX MAP NUMBER: 184-00-00-069-000 CONTACT: Russ Brown (803) 718-0911 mobile russ@ Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified at first contact with the Listing Broker/Agent and present during the initial property tour to receive real estate commission. Commission splits are at total discretion of Brown & Company. Variable commission applies, 3% Commission to Buyer's Agent/Broker at closing. No commission to licensed agents acquiring any principal ownership interest in the property. No land or property condition disclosure available. Buyer/Buyer's Agent/Broker to verify information before completing due diligence. Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified at first contact with the Listing Broker, and present at the initial property tour to receive commission.
$459,000  •  30.08 acres
Highway 9 (Lancaster Highway), Richburg Chester County is seeing a high increase in population and economic growth due to its proximity to the metropolis of Charlotte, NC as well as the cities of Fort Mill and Rock Hill in the neighboring York County, SC. Just a mile off Interstate 77, this tract offers quick access to Charlotte and Columbia and is located in the fastest growing area in the county. It has approximately 475 feet of frontage along US Highway 9 in the city limits of Richburg and has all available utilities including natural gas and sewer. It is covered with mature planted pines and has suitable terrain for residential as well as commercial development. Chester County Tax ID# 125-00-00-011-000 and 204-01-01-025-000 Directions: From Interstate 77 take exit 65 (Hwy 9) East toward Richburg. Travel approximately 1.8 miles. The property is located on left just before the Lewisville Middle School and across from the Richburg Fire Department. Location: Located in the fastest growing section of Chester County just a mile off Interstate 77 and between the major cities of Charlotte and Columbia. Nearby towns include Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Chester, and Lancaster. Recreational Benefits: Carowinds, one of the South’s largest theme parks, is only 25 miles traveling north on I-77. Carolina Adventure World, a 2,600+ acre ATV, UTV, and motorcycle riding center provides hundreds of miles of trails, overnight camping as well as seasonal concerts. It is less than a fifteen-minute drive south just off I-77. The Great Falls of the Catawba offers beginner to world-class white-water kayaking and rafting adventures with primitive camping and hiking trails within a new state park scheduled to open in 2024. The area has great hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, hogs, waterfowl, and small game as well as fishing and water recreation on nearby lakes Wylie, Fishing Creek, and Wateree. Roads and Entrances: The property has 475+/- feet of frontage along US Highway 9 which is a major east-west thoroughfare from the mountains to the coast. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International and Columbia Metropolitan. School District: This tract is located in the Chester County School District. The district has five elementary schools, three middle schools, three high schools, one alternative school, one career center and one adult education center. Property Taxes: This property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 were $61.34. Contacts: Jeff Parker (803) 519-7829 mobile jeff@ 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.
$2,150,000  •  29.6 acres
A York County sanctuary for you and your farm animals of choice. This equestrian property offers privacy, scenic pastural views, wood shade areas and a custom quality built Southern Builder's home. Imagine a setting where all your friends want to have their daughter's wedding. A large rocking chair front porch overlooks the animals grazing in the pastures, a screened-in porch and patio open up to a large back yard ready for your pool, putting green, tennis court or guest/in-law's home. Thoughtfully designed for indoor/outdoor living. Pine or tile flooring throughout and a large mud room/drop station with a side entrance and wall of built-ins. Privacy for everyone, all ensuite bedrooms, 2nd floor bonus room and private main floor office. Entertain guests in style in your gourmet kitchen. The farm features a 4-6 stall barn with concrete center aisle, tack room, wash stall and all the perks. 80'x200' arena and round pen with great footings. Low maintenance HDPE and Ramm fencing. Perimeter fence and trails round out the farm. Low taxes with acreage in the Agricultural Deferment program.
$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.
$1,675,000  •  15 acres
Blue Sky Ranch is definitely worth a look. This is a one-of-a-kind Country Estate. The owners had a vision when they purchased the property in 2005; that vision included a complete renovation. They also had a vision for their horses & created a 5 stall state-of-the-art show barn. Upon entering the decorative electronic gate you are embraced by the majestic Oak & Dogwood trees. A rocking chair front porch, multiple decks, along w/walls of windows allow you to enjoy the beauty of the farm & watch the horses grazing. The home was designed to entertain large groups of friends & family, while providing comfortable, yet luxurious living spaces for the owners. A kitchen for those that appreciate bigger & better, primary suite with 1 of the 3 fireplaces & a sauna to loosen up the muscles after a day of riding. Home & property are ideal for multi-generation living. An arena, RV/Equipment barn & hay barn round out this very functional, peaceful farm.
$111,036  •  14.61 acres
Summary: A great place for a new homesite, this property is in the southern portion of Chester County on Bantham Lane and borders Interstate 77. It’s a perfect location for a fast commute to Charlotte and Columbia. Chester County has shown tremendous growth in residential and commercial development in the last few years and offers multiple school choices, career and entertainment opportunities. Consisting of 14.61 acres, this tract is heavily stocked with harvestable pine timber and has suitable terrain for multiple homesite locations with paved frontage and available power. Chester County Tax ID# 131-00-00-008-000 and 131-00-00-009-000 Directions: From Charlotte, NC: From I-77 take exit 55 onto Highway 97. Go left (east) on Highway 97 for approximately 1.5 miles to Highway 901. Turn right on Highway 901 and travel approximately 3 miles. Just after crossing back over Interstate 77, turn left on Bantham Lane. Property located on right just before reaching the end of the road. From Columbia, SC: Take exit 48 off I-77 to Highway 200. Turn left on Highway 200 for approximately 1.2 miles to Highway 901. Turn right on Highway 901 and travel 5+/- miles. Just before you cross the I-77 overpass, turn right onto Bantham Lane. Property is located on the right. Location: This property is on Bantham Lane which dead ends at the Interstate 77 corridor near mile marker 52. This is approximately halfway between the major cities of Charlotte and Columbia. Other nearby cities include Fort Mill, Rock Hill, and Blythewood along with the smaller towns of Chester, Richburg, Great Falls, and Winnsboro. Roads and Entrances: The property has 159+/- feet of frontage along the paved county road - Bantham Lane. Recreational Benefits: Carowinds, one of the South’s largest theme parks, is only 25 miles north on I-77. Carolina Adventure World, a 2,600+ acre ATV, UTV, and motorcycle riding center provides hundreds of miles of trails, overnight camping as well as seasonal concerts. It is less than a fifteen-minute drive south just off I-77. The Great Falls of the Catawba offers beginner to world-class white-water kayaking and rafting adventures with primitive camping and hiking trails within a new state park scheduled to open in 2024. The area has great hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, hogs, waterfowl, and small game as well as fishing and water recreation on nearby lakes Wylie, Fishing Creek, and Wateree. Airports: The nearest public airports are Charlotte-Douglas International and Columbia Metropolitan. School District: This tract is in the Chester County School District. The district has five elementary schools, three middle schools, three high schools, one alternative school, one career center and one adult education center. Property Taxes: Property taxes for 2023 were $176.96. Contacts: Jeff Parker (803) 519-7829 mobile jeff@ 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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