35 on Hwy 5
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Michael Broome
Michael Broome, Property Owner
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35 on Hwy 5

Black Highway, Smyrna , South Carolina 29743 - York County
$210,000 35 Acres
Property ID 4731751

Description

This 35 acre parcel has 10 acres of pasture and 10-foot wide Biggers Branch going through the property. It joins 20-foot wide Clark's Fork Creek that borders the north end of the property. These creeks are a highway for the plentiful deer and wild turkey and their proximity to the pasture would make a duck marsh possible. The water also makes the pastures suitable for livestock. There is roughly 1000 feet of new fence. The wooded areas consist of good size hardwoods. The property is surrounded by large tracts of timber and agricultural land.

The home site passed the county perk test and has a good driveway that is partially graveled.

The property is reasonably priced at $6,000.00 an acre. ($210,000.00.) An adjoining 13 acre parcel would also be available. Similar properties in the area are priced at $7,000.00 to $8,000.00 an acre.

The town of York is 12 minutes away, Clover is 15 minutes, Charlotte is 45 minutes, Rock Hill is 25 minutes.

[3 minutes from Smyrna Volunteer Fire Department and 12 minutes from an Urgent Care Center]

Short term owner financing is available at 4%.

Directions

Take Highway 5 (aka Black Highway) toward Blacksburg. When you pass the intersection of Beersheba Road, the property is approximately
3 1/2 miles on the right before the Clarks Fork Creek bridge.

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Michael Broome
Michael Broome, Property Owner

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