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Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Spartanburg County South Carolina

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$601,210 61.65 acres
455 Old Bethel Road, Moore, SC 29369 - Spartanburg County

61.65 Acres On The Tyger River In District 5

61.65 acre development tract in Spartanburg County school district 5. Property features over one mile of frontage along the scenic South Tyger River. There is paved road frontage, public water and sewer availability. Located on Old Bethel Road near both Reidville Road and Highway 417. Property was recently timbered.
Rod Rogers Metcalf Land Company
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$590,500 59 acres
Wingo Road, Wellford, SC 29385 - Spartanburg County

59 Acres of Commercial Property Near Duncan, SC

59 Acres of commercial property near the rapidly growing area of Duncan, SC. This property is undeveloped and priced to move. Properties in the area have sold for much more than the asking price of $10,000 per acre. Sewer and other utilities are nearby and availability will have to be determined. Call Stephen Garland at 864-590-8199 to view property. Access is behind locked gate.
Rod Rogers Metcalf Land Company
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$283,320 31.5 acres
Old Hills Bridge Road, Pauline, SC 29374 - Spartanburg County

31.5 Acres On The Tyger River In Pauline, SC

31.5 acres located in the Pauline community of southern Spartanburg County. This is a rare tract of land featuring over 1,500 feet of frontage on the Tyger River. The river along the property features huge boulders and varies between 100 and 250 feet in width. If you enjoy fishing, Smallmouth Bass and Catfish are plentiful. As an owner of the property you will also have unlimited use of a 15 acre private lake to further test your angling skills. The land features large mature hardwoods including White and Red Oaks, Poplar, and other native varieties. Roads and trails meander throughout the property. There are several nice home sites providing an opportunity to build your dream home overlooking the river. Underground power is run to a sec
Rod Rogers Metcalf Land Company