Wonderful opportunity to own approximately 134 acres of beautiful recreational property. Located in rural Chesterfield County, this property is surrounded on three sides by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Great opportunity for hunting and other recreational activities. If you want a place to get away, this is it! Please note that appointments are permitted only Monday - Friday between 8:00AM - 3:00PM. This property is accessed through land owned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. There is a gate which must be unlocked by a representative from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Details provided from Showing Time. 4-Wheel drive recommended for showings.
601 South to Left on SC-265. Go @1/2 mile and turn Right onto Angelus Road. Go @2 1/2 miles and turn Left onto Sycamore Road. Road ends in 3.1 miles. At this stop sign, turn left onto Angelus Road. In @ 0.1 miles, the entry / gate will be on the left. You will see a small sign that says "R.T.-6" Property accessed through the US Fish & Wildlife Refuge. Lyne from US Fish & Wildlife will meet you to open the gate- she has the key. 4-Wheel Drive recommended. Directions continued in agent remarks
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