The Frazier 160 Tract
An Excellent Timber Investment Property Within Minutes of Columbia
The Frazier 160 Tract is a premier investment-grade timberland tract with multiple features that enhance timber management capabilities and recreational use, including paved road frontage, gentle topography and a high ratio of manageable acres to total tract size. Approximately 137 acres of the property have thinned, 22 year-old pine plantations with the balance of acres in beautiful natural hardwoods.
Be An Active Wildlife Manager
The age of the timber and the gentle topography offer countless habitat improvement opportunities. Understory burning and custom game patch layouts are not limited by tract shape or slope and a well-developed road system provides excellent internal access. Little Cedar Creek runs along the southern border of the property, giving a hunter the choice of upland thinned pines or native creek hardwoods for the afternoon hunt.
Own a Piece of the Country Without Sacrificing Convenience
The Frazier 160 Tract is barely 30 minutes north of Columbia, between highways 321 and 269. Chapin is also 30 minutes away. Blythewood and Lexington are 20 minutes and 40 minutes, respectively.
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