Horry County, SC
The Galivants Ferry 36 Tract is a beautifully situated 86-acre property lying just outside the city limits of Aynor, and offers an ideal setting for a rural homesite or family tree farm. The gentle topography offers plenty of elevation for building, converting to pasture or establishing game patches. Young pine stands and hardwood pockets provide excellent habitat for wildlife and perfectly complement the agricultural uses on neighboring properties. The interior road traverses the middle of the property, giving excellent internal access for future recreational development.
While you may choose to live or hunt on the property, the Galivants Ferry 36 Tract is functioning timberland investment. With 90% of the 86 acres occupied by pine plantations established in 2016, the property is a very efficient timberland investment. Good internal access and proximity to major highways, as well as excellent topography, make the Galivants Ferry 36 Tract an attractive site for marketing timber. Even at the young age of the current plantation, the value of professional management is evident. Proper site preparation, seedling selection and establishment have resulted in a healthy stand of trees ready for you to assume the role of manager.
Lying just 2.6 miles east of Highway 501 in Aynor off of Highway 319, the Galivants Ferry 36 Tract is only 25 minutes to Conway and just 45 minutes to both Florence and Myrtle Beach.