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Land for sale including Hunting Land in Richland County South Carolina

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$4,339,485 1,981.5 acres
0 Griffins Creek Road, Eastover, SC 29044 - Richland County

Congaree Hunting and Timber Land

PRICE REDUCED! The Kingville tract presents a rare opportunity to purchase almost 2,000 acres in the historic southern portion of Richland County. Situated in the Congaree flood plain and bordered on two sides by the Congaree National Park, this tract is only 30 minutes from Columbia, SC. Wildlife is abundant in this area and the tract is known for its deer, turkey, and hog hunting. There are two cypress ponds fed by Griffin's Creek that present excellent fishing opportunity. There is an established road system throughout the property along with wildlife foodplots. The tract offers approximately 500 acres of upland pine plantation consisting of both merchantable and pre-merchantable timber stands.
Jason Burbage National Land Realty
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$961,400 418 acres
3219 Screaming Eagle Road, Eastover, SC 29044 - Richland County

Screaming Eagle Hunting and Timberland

PRICE REDUCED! Prime hunting land minutes from Columbia, SC and the Wateree River. The ideal tract for a close in hunting retreat and timberland investment. The property features an equipment shed with enclosed, climate controlled living quarters, featuring a kitchen and full bathroom. There are 7 established food plots and a dove field. The rolling landscape includes long range views, merchantable pine stands, pre-merchantable longleaf stands and natural hardwood stands with white oaks. Turkey and deer are predominate and provide excellent hunting opportunities. The landscape is right for quail hunting with the proper management.
Jason Burbage National Land Realty
$55,000 28 acres
Base Hill Rd, Hopkins, SC 29061 - Richland County


Ten minutes from Columbia off Bluff Rd. Deer, turkeys and hogs. Power available out front. Growing timber. Nice home site. Myers Creek runs down the back property line. Possible pond site available too.
Carl Gulledge