Rarely does the opportunity present itself to acquire a large timberland and recreational holding so close to Greenville. The Blalock Tract is such an opportunity, with professionally managed timber, excellent water features including Reedy River frontage, significant paved road frontage, and top-notch hunting less than 30 minutes from downtown Greenville.
The Blalock Tract is an outstanding timberland tract, with 1,100 acres of loblolly pine stands in multiple age classes that has been professionally managed for decades. There are also large areas of hardwoods along the various creeks/drainages, Horse Creek, and the Reedy River. This land will continue to produce strong growth for as long as it is managed for timber.
This acreage also provides excellent recreational opportunities. Currently leased to a long-standing hunt club, there is very good hunting for deer, wild turkey, wild hogs and other small game. There are many wildlife food plots scattered across the property that are planted annually for deer and turkey. Almost 3 miles of frontage on Horse Creek and 1.25 miles frontage on the Reedy River provide travel corridors and water sources that are critical to maintaining healthy game populations as well as waterfowl habitat.
The tract has approximately 2.5 miles of frontage on Latimer Mill Road and Prospect Bridge Road. There are internal logging roads throughout the property that are used for timber harvesting and general access. Multiple sites are available that would be suitable for construction of a residence, cabin or an RV campsite. Power and phone are available, and well and septic systems would be required.
The best feature of this acreage? Location. Greenville, SC is just 30 minutes north of the Blalock Tract, with easy access via Hwy 25, Hwy 76 and Interstate 385. Pick the kids up from school and be in the deer stand with hours of daylight left to hunt. The investment value of this land will continue to appreciate as the Greenville metro area expands in future years.
The Blalock tract is leased for hunting, so please don't enter the property without scheduling an appointment. Note: There are Fema Flood Zone areas in the bottoms along Horse Creek and the Reedy River. There is an old family cemetery from the 1800'S on the tract, located south of Prospect Church Road. The seller is willing to subdivide the property with acceptable terms and the buyer responsible for a new survey.
See the included aerial photo for suggested subdivides with the following acreages and pricing: Tract 1: 285 Acres, $4,500/Ac.; Tract 2: 180 Acres, $5,000/Ac.; Tract 3: 275 Acres, $4,500/Ac.; Tract 4: 45 Acres, $7,000/Ac.; Tract 5: 272 Acres, $6,000/Ac.; Tract 6: 58 Acres, $5,500/Ac.; Tract 7: 91 Acres, $5,500/Ac.
Total acreage consists of TID 601; 700; 500 Greenville Co. and TID 020-01-00-001; 021-00-00-001; 013-00-00-001; 013-00-00-002 in Laurens Co.
Directions to Land
From Greenville, Highway 25 South. At Ware Place intersection, continue 10 mi. In Princeton, turn Left onto Hwy 76, then immed. left onto Latimer Mill Road. After 3mi, the property begins when you cross over Horse Creek. Also fronts Prospect Bridge Rd.
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