Beautiful, heavily wooded property in highly sought after area of Richland County, SC. Just 10 miles outside of downtown Blythewood, this tract has an excellent opportunity for continued value appreciation in one of the most popular areas outside of Columbia, SC. The tract has slightly less than 1 mile of paved road frontage on Hidden Valley Rd. An excellent, internal road system provides drivable access to the whole property. The property has substantial, mature timber value available for immediate harvest. The timber is composed of both mature pine and mixed hardwood stands providing diversity of habitat for wildlife. A 93 acres is composed of 2018 planted loblolly pine.
The tract supports high numbers of deer and turkey populations. Seventeen wildlife food plots are scattered across the property and an old hunting shack is also available, although it needs improvement. Both phone and power are available along the road frontage. This tract would make an excellent acreage retreat or sportsman's investment for a buyer to enjoy and is located within a high growth area of the state.
Land Map & Boundaries
Tract is located in northern Richland County, near Blythewood. From Interstate 77, take Exit 27, Blythewood Road, follow east for 0.4 miles, turn left onto HWY 21 North, follow 400 feet, take a right onto Langford Road, follow 4.0 miles, take a slight left onto Grover Wilson Road, follow 2.6 miles, turn right onto Bear Creek Road, follow 1.6 miles, turn right onto Hidden Valley Rd. follow 1.6 miles, the gate is on the left directly across from Peake Road. American Forest Management For Sale signs are on the frontage. Gates are locked.