Spring Hill II Development, Recreation, Timber
Looking for closed in acreage to enjoy recreation activities, rural homesite, or potential development? This tract offers all the options: great location, excellent access from Hwy 176 and into the property, and more than 1,000' of road frontage. Numerous home building sites front middle and rear of the property. Hilltop site covered in mature oak and maple trees with view down into drainage bottom. Well-managed mature mixed timber, large seasonal drainages, level to sloping topography. Located close to Irmo and Chapin, Lakes Murray and Monticello. Award-winning Lexington Richland School District 5. Great investment tract. Development is moving toward this property at a solid pace.
81.1+/- acres (61 +/- acres timber, 8 +/- acres creek bottom drainages, 12 +/- acres roads, trails and loading decks)
Northwest Richland County location, more than 1,000' road frontage on Hwy 176. Highly desirable area.
Convenient to Irmo and Chapin, easy access to I-26. Great shopping and restaurants close by. Minutes to Irmo and Chapin, about 25 minutes to downtown Columbia, about 20 minutes to Newberry.
Award-winning Lexington Richland District 5 schools. Just a couple of miles to the Spring Hill education complex.
Tract has mixture of mature pine and hardwood timber. Timber has been managed to produce a high-value return from the next harvest.
Excellent network of roads and trails give access well into the property. With some bush hogging cleanup work access via ATV will reach all the corners.
Seasonal drainage with rocky creek bed meanders across the tract, several deep pools hold water year round. Road access across the drainage.
Topography generally level with slight slope, shifting to more rolling down into the area of the creek bottoms.
Multiple building sites across the tract. Large open area just off Hwy 176 and deeper into the property, a fine hilltop with mature hardwoods offers a prime homesite. Location well-suited for residential housing development.
Great recreation tract; hunting for deer, turkey, and small game. Miles of roads and trails for hiking, observing nature, riding ATVs or mountain bikes.
Electricity along Hwy 176; well and septic required.
Opportunity to acquire a large acreage tract and shape it to meet your needs. Create your own nature reserve just a short distance from the urban development corridors.
Rural, peaceful, quiet. An oasis with upside return on investment potential.
Great investment opportunity. With commercial and residential development moving rapidly out Hwy 176, this tract is positioned to be a high-revenue return on investment.
Close proximity to the great fishing and water sports offered by Lake Monticello and Lake Murray.
Taxes: $175/year (2017) (Call Agent for Details)