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94.5 acres in Colleton County, South Carolina

Cottageville, South Carolina 29435

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Details about the Land

County:Colleton Type:Acreage Acres:94.5
Address: City:Cottageville State:South Carolina
Zip:29435 Price: Inactive Status:Unavailable
Property ID: 1131423

Description of the Land

If you want to be a part of South Carolina's premium duck hunting in the historical low-country, you need to take some time to look at this parcel! Approximately 94 acres of levied/diked duck impoundments located in Colleton County just south of Cottageville in the "logging savanna" wetlands area. These impoundments are home to thousands of wood ducks, teal, and mallards. The parcel has been home to VIP Adventures duck hunting for the past several years. Enjoy a morning duck hunt in flooded impoundments in the comfort of multiple blinds. After the hunt you can enjoy breakfast by a warm fire located at the "shed" at the front of the property. Blinds are in place, 4 inch well for flooding, along with flood gate system. This parcel used to be an old rice filed that was re-established to its natural state. This is truly a once in a life-time offering of a parcel that is very unique.


Directions to the Land

Cottageville, SC is located on Hwy 17 ALT between Walterboro, SC and Summerville, SC. Take "Old Jacksonboro Road" (State Road S-15-40) south about mile. Property fronts on the left at the first curve. Property has approximately 2000 feet of road frontage with two access points. Very easy and accessible.

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