I grew up in the small town of Gable, SC. Far from it’s heyday when Highway 301 was the main road from New York to Miami, the bustling timber mill town has been reduced to nary a stop sign these days. The town of Smoaks is larger than Gable – by maybe an inch. With a population of 122 souls last time they took a count this small town is reminiscent of days gone by. What it does have is land. This 140 acre tract is located both within and outside the town’s boundaries.
82 acres of the property was planted in loblolly pine 22 years ago, offering thinning for immediate income or even cutting for poles and sawtimber. The property is bisected by large transmission lines which can be used for a number of deer stands and food plots. This property is in an area of the state that is known for harvesting large and trophy sized deer. It would be an excellent tract for a hunting club or just to have your own own private trophy paradise. On much of the property soils are conducive to building a home or hunting cabin. To the immediate west is timber and farm fields. To the North and South there is more timber and to the east is part of the town of Smoaks. The western property line border is the center of the stream of Buckhead Creek, which is a large stream capable of holding bream and redbreast. This free flowing stream is bounded by large, dense hardwoods, creating an idyllic setting for a campsite or picnic.The east boundary is the dirt road of Garris Hill Loop Road.
The property is 1.5 hours from both Charleston and Columbia. It would make an excellent hunting tract or even a place for a beautiful homesite. Small town country living at it’s best!
For any questions please call or text John DuRant at (803)-473-8337 or call my Office at (803)-435-4800. Email is jdurant@