The Seven Springs Tract is located near the Wateree River, about 30 minutes from downtown Columbia, Sumter, and Camden, close to the intersection of US Hwy. 76/378 and US Hwy. 601. This unique property features rolling hills, beautiful hardwood and pine timber, numerous natural springs, a stocked pond, an authentic fire tower, and inviting main lodge having over 3200 sq. ft. with 2 baths suitable as a home, entertainment retreat, or conference center. Hardwood floors, recessed lighting, ten-foot ceilings, tile floors, energy efficient foam insulation, granite countertops, new appliances, new HVAC, tongue and groove hardwood wainscoting, and other wood features are featured throughout the lodge. Additional outbuildings include a /-1300-sq. ft. structure suitable for storage or garage as well as a climate-controlled, reinforced, concrete vault. There is hunting for deer and turkey, numerous food plots, and a great spot to plant a dove field. A bold spring-fed creek runs through the middle of the property. There are miles of roads and trails throughout providing ample access for four-wheeling, nature hikes, or riding. This is a turnkey, must-see opportunity. The country lodge is surrounded by upgraded landscaping, fire pit with bench seating, outdoor pavilion, a must-see "outhouse," storage building, and small bunk house, all ready for entertaining, extended weekend stays, or a full-time residence. Tract A/56 acres with home,etc =$674500. Tract AandB/314.55 acres=$1,581,500.
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