The Richards 290 Tract, 300 Acres in Southern Lancaster County
A Significant Investment for New or Seasoned Timberland Investors
The Richards 290 Tract is a 300-acre property with all of the attributes of a quality timberland investment. Over 175 acres of thinned 30 year-old plantations and 60 acres of 16 and 30-year old plantations that are ready to be thinned are combined with almost 60 acres of natural pine and hardwood along Showerbath Branch. Nearly 1.5 miles of frontage on Mudhole Rd. provides excellent access for timber and recreational management. The property has considerable volumes of every major pine product class and is centrally located within desirable haul distances of a variety of wood using facilities.
Manage and Enjoy Wildlife While Guiding Your Timberland
The Stoneboro area offers excellent piedmont hunting for white-tailed deer and wild turkey. The Richards 290 Tract has multiple ares that could be developed for greater habitat quality and wildlife viewing opportunities. The hardwood flats adorning both sides of Showerbath Branch provide the hunter with a beautiful environment for the chase, and the upland pine stands lend themselves to understory burning and other habitat improvements.
Close Enough to be Easy, Far Enough for an Escape
The Richards 290 Tract is only slightly more than an hour's drive from Charlotte and Columbia and 45 minutes from Rock Hill and Charlotte. Camden and Lancaster are each about a half-hour away.
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