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Land for Sale by Colliers International South Carolina

Driveway leading through trees

Don't miss out on these recreational properties for sale in South Carolina by guest blogger, Ryan McCue with Colliers International South Carolina. Includes tracts perfect for fishing, hunting, and potential home sites.

By: Ryan McCue | Colliers International South Carolina

In the midst of a pandemic, why quarantine at home? It’s time to rethink the urban lifestyle and experience the outdoors, social distancing style. Ryan McCue is a Brokerage Associate with Colliers International South Carolina, who specializes in the marketing and sale of large recreational tracts and timber acreage. Check out these must-see places you can social distance in instead of at home.

1. 231 Acres Just 30 Minutes from Columbia, South Carolina

Trees alongside a driveway

The Scarborough tract is an incredible 231-acre opportunity located in eastern Richland County. When you arrive at the property, you are welcomed down a stately 500-foot, live oak lined asphalt drive and from there is a beautiful 13-acre pond. The tract offers a functional layout comprised of multiple ages of timber stands, ranging from 2018 planted loblolly to 1994 thinned stands allowing for continued logging income over many years. A recently cut 47-acre stand lends perfectly to replanting pines, establishing a dove field, planting a food plot, developing a duck impoundment, or a series of each. Home to abundant wildlife, this tract will satisfy any nature enthusiast or sportsman alike!

2. 115 Acres in Abbeville, South Carolina

Creek rocks

This 115-acre tract is subdividable into roughly 30-acre tracts and offers must-see tranquil views in Abbeville, South Carolina! The tract features ample road frontage along South Main/Cedar Springs Street. A road traverses the property leading to an excellent potential homesite, and Blue Hill Creek runs the entire length of the property. A variety of hardwood and softwood species compromise the tract from osage orange to cedar and a variety of other species. With each of these combined elements, an idyllic scene is created, and support various forms of wildlife.

3. 36 Acres in Chapin, South Carolina

Gravel road through a woods

This tract is an opportunity that you can’t miss as it remains tucked away and peaceful, despite its proximity to town. The ±36-acre property provides the ultimate privacy for a single-family home or the opportunity to develop the site and break it into several lots. Situated between Chapin and Irmo, this is one of the last available lots of its size in the area. Amenities are only a short driving distance away, including Lake Murray, the Columbiana Mall and the Harbison Boulevard retail corridor as well as down town Chapin. The tract features beautiful white oaks, an intermittent creek on the southern side of the property and a perfect spot for a vegetable garden, flower garden, a wildlife food plot and more. Make this your homestead just on the fringe of town.

4. 40 Acres in Columbia, South Carolina

Undeveloped forest land

1231 Montgomery Lane in Columbia, South Carolina features approximately 40 acres of land ideally suited for timber or homesite use. Located in an Opportunity Zone in Richland County and zoned RU, this property is part of the Shop Road Extension Project. The site has an exceptional layout and has 6-year-volunteer growth. With the potential for an incredible dove field and food plots for deer due to ample bedding, 1231 Montgomery Lane is perfect for an avid sportsman looking for smaller acreage.

5. 35 Acres in West Columbia, South Carolina

Small pines and red clay

This 35-acre tract is in the growing community of Pine Ridge in West Columbia, South Carolina and is in proximity to some of the area’s major employers including the Amazon Fulfillment Center and Nephron Pharmaceuticals. The site is less than 2 miles from I-26 and I-77 and is approximately 8 miles from downtown Columbia’s amenities. The property consists of 35 acres of slightly rolling hills compromised of entirely Lakeland sand and has no delineated wetlands. Surrounded by a combination of longleaf pines and open fields scattered with persimmon and oak trees, this is a property you don’t want to miss.  Make this tract your new home!

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