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Land for sale including Hunting Land in Greenwood County South Carolina

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$228,600 127.2 acres
503 Markham Road, Bradley, SC 29819 - Greenwood County

00 Markham Road

127.2 acres of timberland. Over 7000 of road frontage and 2200 of frontage on Brissey Creek. 16 miles to Greenwood. Great hunting opportunities and it has a pond site.
Jody Cann Cann Land & Timber
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$220,500 105.08 acres
0 Breezewood Road, Greenwood, SC 29645 - Greenwood County

Greenwood Hunting & Timber Investment

PRICE REDUCED! The land features a mixture of two-year-old pines and some hardwoods, a bold creek, paved road frontage, dirt internal roads, and rolling topography. Beautiful hardwoods and a nice creek with boulders create a great environment for hunting. The property has been only lightly hunted; however the owner regularly sees large bucks and turkey on the tract. New trees are young enough that open land could easily be reclaimed for food plots or a hilltop rural estate site. This tract offers hunting and timber investment in a rural private setting.
Bill Hueble National Land Realty
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$174,300 83 acres
Ninety Six, SC 29666 - Greenwood County

Ninety Six Creek

Great hunting tract with hilltop views and Ninety Six Creek running through the property. Mix of recently harvested acres and natural hardwood bottomland. Gated and deeded access from Enoree Church Rd. Property is only a few miles southeast of Greenwood.
Stephanie Coffee Resource Management Service
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$163,000 81.5 acres
224 Cook Road, Troy, SC 29848 - Greenwood County

00 Cook Road

81.5 acres of mature pine plantation. The large pines have been professionally managed. Over 3200 of creek frontage on Horsepen Creek. Access by deeded easement. Great for hunting and timber investment.
Jody Cann Cann Land & Timber
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$122,000 34 acres
0 Sherard Road, Greenwood, SC 29646 - Greenwood County

Rural Homesite with Creek

This beautiful property features magnificent hardwood stands and old growth pine trees with considerable timber and aesthetic value. There is a seasonal creek flowing through the property and almost 2,000 feet of frontage on Brightmans Creek, a large bold stream that continued to flow even during extreme drought. A large portion of the property was historically used as farmland, and this area can still be reclaimed for that use. There is significant frontage on a paved road with county water and electricity available. This is a great rural homesite close to town in a nice area that would also provide recreational and investment opportunities.
Bill Hueble National Land Realty