One of the first things that really sticks out about this property is the ecosystem diversity. There are 35 plus acres of upland planted pines that could provide some timber income. There is a small pond on the property holding mostly bream and largemouth bass, but you can also catch an occasional flathead catfish. Combine this with several lowland and wetland areas that flood in the South Carolina winter wet season, and the perfect habitat is created for Wood Ducks, Gadwalls, Mallards, and even Canadian Geese have been seen regularly feeding here.
Speaking of bird species, Mourning Dove and Eastern Wild Turkey, the state game bird of South Carolina, feed in the surrounding agricultural fields and roost in the mature pines and oaks. The real prize here though are the wild coveys of quail that live here. The landowner has gone to great lengths to nurture the existing population, and not a single quail has been harvested.
There are Plots of Sawtooth Oaks, White Oak and Swamp Chestnut trees, along with Persimmon and Wild Blueberry bushes that provide tons of natural forage, and several food plots have been established to attract and sustain all of the varying wildlife species.
Managed for trophy whitetail bucks for the last 11 years, the landowner has the pictures, stories, and mounts to show you the potential hunting seasons you could be having year after year. There is no county in the state that has produced more South Carolina State Record Book deer than Orangeburg County. If youre looking for your own hunting paradise in the heart of South Carolinas big buck hot zone, then this tract is for you!
104 acres of the property is within a Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) easement through the USDA, and cannot have permanent structures built on it; however, one acre with almost 300 feet of frontage on Langley Road is outside of the easement and is easily large enough to have multiple buildings for a retreat.
You can utilize this land as a recreational or hunting getaway or build your dream home and enjoy the privacy of country living. Located only 20 minutes from Lowfalls Landing on Lake Moultrie, 30 minutes from downtown Columbia, and just over an hour drive to the beautiful beaches of Isle of Palms and Sullivans Island, you can be away from everything and be close to anything all at once. Call us today to set up an appointment, and let us make your dreams a reality!
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