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Rocky Creek Retreat

Chester, SC 29706

Chester County, South Carolina

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420 Acres
$975,000 USD
$2,321 / ac
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Farm Description

The Rocky Creek Retreat is a 420-Acre timberland property with approximately 1,100 feet of paved road frontage along Peden Bridge Road. The property has potential for many land uses, including a primary residence or weekend getaway retreat cabin. The property is protected by a conservation easement restricting certain land uses such as commercial development, but timber or agricultural uses are allowed as well as recreational uses such as hunting, hiking, and camping. Within the conservation easement guidelines for this 420-Acre parcel, a single unrestricted one-acre homesite is allocated for building your dream rural retreat.

Access to electric service exists - well and septic would be needed. The property is located just 25 minutes from Rock Hill or 40 minutes from Charlotte, North Carolina.

Managed recreational timberland properties of this size are rare within a ½ hour drive of York County, Sc. Many established wildlife food plots exist (almost 20 acres in total) as well as nearly a mile long power-line right-of-way opening for hunting and observing wildlife. A long history of quality deer management has been maintained on this property, along with several thousand acres of adjoining timberland that makes this another rare scenario.

The property has significant bottomland hardwood sites near the confluence of two large perennial streams (Hooper Creek and Barbers Creek) and are all large tributaries flowing into Rocky Creek (a small river) which is a portion of the northern-most property boundary.  Approximately 76-acres of bottomland hardwood forest provide an excellent habitat for wildlife and travel corridors along the numerous bottomland hardwood stream zones.

A well managed mid-rotation - thinned loblolly pine plantation, containing 144-Acres exists and is well-stocked for growing value for future timber revenue.  Additionally, about 30-acres of pine is of first thinning age.  The bulk of the upland acreage (approx. 145 acres) is 10 year old natural pine-hardwood regeneration growing into a well-stocked natural forest.

A nearly adjoining 188-Acres is also available with access from Peden Bridge Road - see our “Peden Bridge Road”  tract for more information.  Additionally, a 102 acres is also available with access from Old Mill Road - see our “Old Mill Road” tract for more information.

This recreational, multi-use property is ready to begin enjoying immediately - Schedule your private showing today - contact our office.

More Farm Details

Mixed Use Zoning
Paved Road Access
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