Beautifully situated on the Lumber River in northwestern Horry County is 80 acres of natural diversity. The property adjoins the east banks of the Lumber River with approximately 1,320 feet of river frontage. The property adjoins the west side of Causey Road with about 1,150 feet of dirt road frontage. Along the road frontage is approximately 50 acres of young natural Pine - Hardwood generated from a 2014 timber - harvest. An internal woods road provides access to the area of the hardwood that adjoins the Lumber River. Approximately 30 acres fall into a beautiful stand of bottomland hardwood that reaches the banks of the Scenic Lumber River, which flows south from Lumberton, NC. The 30 acres is very diverse, with ridges of natural pine/ hardwood, coastal flats consisting of large oak trees in the Red Oak & White Oak Family. Areas of Cypress sloughs and hidden oxbow lakes add to the recreational and wildlife attributes. They offer small game and big game hunting, including squirrel, deer, turkey, wild hogs, duck hunting, and fishing.
Directions to Land
Parcel B: In northwestern Horry County, about 1 mile east of Lumber River at the intersection of SC Hwy 9 & US Hwy 76, travel northeast on US Hwy 76 approximately 3.25 miles to Howard Road. Turn left / northwest and continue on Howard Road about 2.6miles to the Southern Carolina RR tracks and Causey Road. Turn right / northeast and continue on Causey Road less than1 mile(.8mile) to access road on the left / north side of Causey Road.