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The fields of Lee County, South Carolina, contribute to a farming economy that's the 34th biggest in the nation. Recent Lands of America data showed the average price of farms for sale in Lee County ($254,730) was cheaper than the statewide average for South Carolina farms for sale. The average size of farms for sale in Lee County (933 acres) was larger, however, than the state average for South Carolina farms for sale. Farms for sale in Lee County totaled $1 million. Browse all Lee County farms for sale on Lands of America to find the farm, cattle operation, hobby farm or other farm property that's right for your future business or individual needs.
Land for sale including Farms in Lee County South Carolina
This 329 +/- acre farm is one of a kind. It has the perfect blend of farm field, upland pines and hardwood lowland, making it a haven for trophy bucks, turkey, doves and ducks. The farm boasts 90 acres of tillable ground, 55 acres of upland timber, 75 of hardwoods, 50 acres of young pines, 2 stocked fish ponds (5.5 acres and 1 acre), a half mile of paved road frontage, and over a mile of frontage of the Lynches River. This farm has all of the components for an excellent wildlife habitat: abundant food source and water and plenty of cover. The farmland gets plenty of water from the river and has highly productive soils. There are already farm tenants in place to generate a significant income from the ag production.
Edward WeathersNational Land Realty
$585,620167.32 acresBack Swamp Rd, Lynchburg, SC29080 - Lee County
This 167 +/- acre hunting estate is for the all-around outdoorsman. It has open farm field, a beautiful hardwood bottom, planted pines, and about a half mile of frontage on the Lynches River. Whether you hunt deer, turkeys, ducks or doves, this farm has got you covered. The property sustains an abundant wildlife habitat with its adundant food source, water, and good cover. The farmland is currently planted in corn and produces excellent yields year after year. There is a farm tenant in place which provides an immediate and steady income flow for the owner. This farm is a great place to get away. Its 30 minutes from Florence or Sumter, an hour from Columbia, and just under 2 hours from Charleston. Call today to schedule a tour!
Edward WeathersNational Land Realty
$477,500140.2 acresCorner of Galloway Store Rd and Alexander Store Rd, Bishopville, SC29010 - Lee County
Absolutely Beautiful Farm and Timber Land Suitable For Building a Home and Horse Farm!
This stunning 140.2 acre tract of beautiful rolling farmland and timberland is situated in the western end of Lee County at the junction of Galloway Road and Alexander Road. The drive to nearby Hartsville, SC is only 8 miles and 10 minutes and I-20 is easily accessed only 17 miles away. The surrounding area consists of rolling farmland and timberland with farmland being the prevalent use. The corner of the property is on a high hill, which is suitable for a homesite from which you could view the entire property as it drops away to currently planted row crops and hay fields. Currently, as the hill gently drops off, the land is planted in a terraced corn
BrokerMossy Oak Properties SC Land and Farms
$277,90079.4 acresBack Swamp Rd, Lynchburg, SC29080 - Lee County
This 79.4 +/- acre tract in Lee County is a hunter's dream. It has everything needed to sustain an abundant wildlife habitat: food, water and cover, and it is LOADED with game. It has over 430 ft of frontage on the Lynches River. It has 32 acres of farm field, 7 acres of hardwood swamp, 24 acres of hardwoods, and 16 acres of upland timber. The farmland is highly productive. There is a farm tenant in place so the property generates a very nice income each year. 30 minutes from Florence or Sumter, 1 hour from Columbia, and under 2 hours from downtown Charleston. This farm is a great weekend retreat for someone looking to hunt trophy deer, turkeys, ducks, and dove while enjoying the great outdoors. Call today to schedule a tour!
The Lowder Tract is a timber/recreation hunting investment located in southern Lee County just off HWY 527 and a half mile north of HWY 76 near Mayesville and Lynchburg. This property should be loaded with deer, turkey and ducks and offers upland fields/pasture for dove hunting. A combination of upland fields, pasture, wildlife vegetation strips, food plots, and hardwood bottomlands provides for excellent habitat.
A stable/barn with tack room will provide storage and comfort for overnight hunting trips. Zoned agricultural, with no deed restrictions, this property may be an excellent candidate for a conservation easement strategy. Access is from HWY 527 via a 70' deeded access as noted on the maps below. There is a very nice hardwood dr
The McKnight Road Tract packs a lot into 95 acres. Located in southeastern Lee County near Lynchburg, this property offers excellent hunting for deer and turkey. The current owners and adjoining tracts adhere to quality deer management practices, and this area is well known for super deer and turkey populations. Consisting mostly of uplands timberland with small agricultural fields and food plots laced throughout, the McKnight Tract offers excellent wildlife habitat.
There is mature merchantable pine timber ready for immediate income to the buyer. Paved road frontage provides for several home sites or mini-farm divisions if desired. A nice tract with lots of options. Tax Map No. 068-00-00-194-000.
Property Use: The McKnight Road Tract off
The Dixon Tract is a family farm timberland/recreation tract just north of the outer limits of the beautiful town of Bishopville. This property currently consists of approximately 30 acres of agricultural fields and the balance in timberland. The tract offers opportunities for housing/mini-farm development or would be an excellent site for an industrial facility with easy access to US HWY 15 and I-20. It has paved road frontage and also adjoins an active railroad. Water and sewer are available as well as natural gas. There is also an excellent pond site. Tax Map No. 030-04-00-001. Lee County FSA Tract No. 204, Farm No. 3331.
The 100-acre Campbell Trail Tract is a nice timberland investment tract with various age classes of premerchantable and merchantable pine timber. Excellent hunting for deer and turkey. Approximately 1420 feet of public dirt road frontage on Campbell Road provides for subdivision or development options. Merchantable timber for immediate income to the buyer. Nice area of Lee County. Possible pond site.
Tract A consists of 55 +/- acres of open tillable land with frontage on Pate Road. Tract B consists of 35 +/- acres of naturally regenerating timberland with frontage on Pate Road and Ashland Stokes Bridge Road. This quiet rural farming community setting of large and mid-size farms presents income-producing opportunities with farming lease. Soybeans, corn, cotton, and wheat are farmed in the area. Electricity is available, well and septic system will need to be installed.