An Ideal Blend of Timberland Investment and Habitat Diversity
The PG1257 Tract is 119.3 acres of pine plantations and hardwood drains in central Chester County. Almost 87 acres of the property were planted in 2014, with excellent survival and subsequent growth. The property is centrally located and in good proximity to mills utilizing every pine product class.
All Work and No Play...
Two hardwood drains alternate perfectly with pine ridges, giving the hunter and the wildlife a variety of cover types in which to hunt or hide. With native oaks on the slopes, open creek hardwoods in the bottoms, and bedding areas provided by young pine plantations, the PG1257 has every critical habitat component available for deer and turkey.
Close to Conveniences Without Feeling Crowded
The PG1257 Tract is only 5 miles from downtown Chester, with access provided by more than 1,000 feet of frontage on SC Highway 72. The property is centrally located between Charlotte and Columbia, with both just an hour away.
Call Hale McCullough at for more information.