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Wildlife Habitat in Southern Spartanburg County

Spartanburg County, SC



90.22 Acres


Property Type


A Manageable Recreational Tract

The CK4211 Tract is an ideal size for a first-time land investor and has quality potential for wildlife management.  Approximately 3.5 Acres are ready to be put into food plot production.  An additional cleared log deck at the entrance of the property could serve as a home site for a hunting cabin with a new wooden fence in place. The two hardwood drains add diversity and wildlife habitat for bedding, nesting, and browsing. The layout, shape, and topography give this tract the feel of a much larger property.

Quality Rural Land Investment

With an above average productivity percentage (90%) of manageable acres, CK4211 is a sound timber investment.  Approximately 75 acres are occupied by mature loblolly pine with an extensive management history.  The timber was recently thinned, leaving a well-stocked stand of higher pine product classes suitable conditions for continued growth.

From The Office to The Deer Stand

Starnes Road is about 4 miles from Interstate-26 which allows for hunters to make weekday hunts.  It’s less than a 30-minute drive to Downtown Spartanburg and only 45 minutes from Greenville. There is roughly 2000 feet of road frontage on both Starnes Road and Franklin Road.

Call Hale McCullough at (843)860-9180 for more information.

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For more information, contact:

Hale McCullough

Phone 803-722-1124
Cell 843-860-9180