Cherokee County, SC
The CK 1110 Tract offers a diversity of available land uses in a neatly appointed 68-acre property. Managed pine plantations, productive wildlife habitat, and a location that defines convenience are all features of this Cherokee County Property. With almost 900 feet of frontage on Cowpens Pacolet Road and over 3 tenths of a mile of depth, you’ll have plenty of room for your secluded home in the country without giving up space for hunting or other recreational pursuits. The topography is nearly level along most of the paved road frontage, adding to the suitability for new home construction.
With more than 50 acres are in 21 year-old thinned pine plantations, the CK1110 Tract has an attractive ratio of managed timberland acres to total tract size. The internal road system and paved road frontage facilitate forest management access. The plantations have been thinned once, leaving an excellent stand of timber that is rapidly growing into higher product classes.
The property is a pleasant 25 minutes from all that Downtown Spartanburg has to offer. Thanks to a short drive to Interstate 85, Charlotte is just over an hour away.