Large Upstate riverfront tracts like this rarely become available. A recreational tract with loads of potential. 4,000 feet of frontage on the Saluda River, just outside the town of Ware Shoals. The river is 300 feet wide in this section just above the dam in Ware Shoals and there is good access where a small boat could be launched to fish for bass, crappie, catfish, and bream. There are also excellent kayaking and canoeing opportunities on the Saluda River.
The tract is mostly wooded, and a seed tree cut was performed on the upland areas of the tract around 2005 resulting in mostly natural regrowth. There are good hardwoods both along the river and along the several creeks that run through the property. There are 3 creeks on the tract with several small waterfalls and rock formations.
There are several potential home sites on the property, and a road that runs all the way down to and along the riverfront. The tract has historically provided good hunting for whitetail deer, turkeys, and small game. In addition to the river itself, there are several areas offering duck hunting opportunities. The creek along the western boundary has year-round water and the topography to support a potential 10 acre duck impoundment. There is a ½ acre pothole pond in the middle of the tract’s river frontage. Finally, the large beaver pond on the eastern end of the tract is adjacent to the river and consistently draws waterfowl.
The property is less than a mile from the town of Ware Shoals and an easy drive down Highway 25 from Greenville.