Lee Branch Farm consists of 50+/- acres of incredibly scenic, rolling pastureland surrounded by mountain hardwoods and protected by a high ridge on the northern boundary line that reaches 1,640 feet in maximum elevation. The pasture is broken up into several smaller fields by creeks and wood lines with giant oaks and pines complementing the picturesque landscape. Approximately two miles of creeks run through the interior of the property which includes a one mile section of Lee Branch. Another amenity is a large, flowing waterfall surrounded by large rock outcroppings and located along Lee Branch at the end of a deep mountain hollow.
A conservation easement is in place and the property also shares 1.5 miles of boundary line with the 85,000 acre Andrew Ranger District of the Sumter National Forest which is located on the northern side of the property. Lee Branch Farm is a uniquely beautiful property and a must see for the buyer who has been holding out for that special mountain retreat.
Directions to Farm
Take SC-183, Shady Grove Road and SC-11 S to Oconee Station Road/State Road S-37-95 in Oconee County.
From 183, turn left onto SC-8 E
Turn right onto E. Jones Ave
Continue onto Reece Mill Road.
Turn left onto Morris Road
Turn right onto Shady Grove Road
Turn right on SC-133
Turn left onto SC-11 S