Maybinton Enoree River Timber and Hunting
Timber investment and hunting tract, Kelly's Creek trickles through the tract flowing to the nearby Enoree River; convenient to Rock Hill, Spartanburg, Greenville, and Columbia. Dark water fishing pond of 5 +/- acres, well-maintained interior road and trail system, nice roll to the land, merchantable once thinned plantation pine stand of 25 +/- acres, 135 +/- acres 8-year-old plantation loblolly pine, mature hardwoods line both sides of Kelly's Creek and the seasonal drainages. Tract joins large private landholdings and US Forest Service lands. This border expands the acres available for recreation. Enjoy hunting for trophy deer, turkey, small game, and fishing in the pond while the new timber grows in. Tract very well stocked with loblolly pine, nice weedy understory; no hardwood competition for the new pines; great cover and food source for game. Tract accessed via easement from Maybinton Road. Contact agent for other details and to schedule a tour. Tract shown by appointment only.
200.7 +/- acres (140 +/- acres 8-year-old planted loblolly pine, 25 +/- acres 22-year-old planted loblolly pine, 12 +/- acres in Kelly's Creek bottom, 5 +/- acres pond, 12 +/- acres in wet weather drainage areas, 6+/- acres in roads and openings)
Kelly's Creek crosses the tract trickling to the nearby Enoree River.
Convenient to Columbia, Greenville, Spartanburg, Rock Hill, and Newberry. Exit #74 from I-26 and you are less than 20 minutes to the gate.
Loblolly plantation pine on 25 +/- acres nearly to second thinning.
Great stand of young plantation loblolly pine on 135 +/- acres. Clean weedy understory; no hardwood competition for the young pines. Excellent game cover and food sources.
Canoe/kayak launch close by on the Enoree River.
Hunting for deer, turkey, small game, ducks along the river, and fishing in the 5 +/- acre pond.
Deep dark water pond, 5 +/- acres.
High quality all-weather road system with long rock covered sections, provides access to all corners of the tract, and rolling topography gives the tract character.
Creek and drainage bottoms stocked with mass producing mature hardwoods.
Tract joins US Forest Service land, additional recreation acres to enjoy.
Rural and very private lots of peace and quiet.
Taxes: $378/year (2018)