The Laurelwood Tract and historic plantation is located in eastern Richland County, just off Highway 378/76 (Garners Ferry Road), five miles west of the Wateree River. This beautiful property has numerous possibilities for an investor or outdoor enthusiast. Note: The historic home and protection buffer zones have been recently sold to a conservation group for restoration.
Commercial and residential development possibilities are provided for by the extensive paved road frontage along Hwy. 378, Governor Heyward Road, Cambell Road, and Willie Wilson Road. This portion of the property consists of 100% uplands and good soils and is an excellent site for a commercial development or convenience/fuel station between Columbia and Sumter.
Just behind the plantation home northeast of Cambell Road, lush vegetation provides a wonderful landscape for outdoor activities. The steep slopes of the high hills and spring fed creeks provide for a beautiful deepwater pond site. There is an old dam that can be brought back to life to yield one of the most premier ponds in South Carolina.
Please note there is a tower site located at the northern corner of the property that will not convey with this sale. The property consists of the remaining portions of Richland County Tax Map Nos. 35200-04-10 (111.5 acres less tower site), 35200-04-11 (60 acres), and 35200-04-13 (10 acres).