The property is available in two subdivided tracts consisting of 167+/- acres and 178+/- acres (see Beaver Creek Farm Tracts A & B).
When assessing quality hunting and recreational properties, habitat diversity is generally the most desirable attribute because this aspect can be difficult to find or replicate. The natural balance of Beaver Creek Farm exists at such an abnormally high standard that recreating its features would be a challenge even with unlimited time and resources. The backbone of the tract is two creeks that stretch for approximately one mile each through the interior of the property before converging in the southwest corner. These major wildlife corridors are complemented by vast hillsides of pristine upland hardwoods, broad hardwood bottom areas with large clearings and dense thickets, and several unthinned lobolly pine stands. The gently rolling crop fields place an aesthetically pleasing finishing touch to the farm as well. The local deer and turkey populations are truly thriving and the layout of the big field (25+/- acres) has a very appealing set up to plant for doves.
Four large fields consisting of 50+/- acres in current crop production one of which is 25+/- acres and offers tremendous potential for a large dove field.
Just under two miles of creeks run through the interior of the property (Beaver Creek and Reedy Branch which converge in the SW corner of the property)
The bulk of the property consists of a very even combination of large, beautiful stands of mature upland hardwood, unthinned loblolly pine stands, and broad bottom areas with a great contrast of aesthetic clearings and dense thickets.
Thriving deer and turkey populations.
Excellent topography offers unlimited home sites with beautiful views of the rolling fields on the property.
Over one mile of frontage on Fort Wagner Road.