Fairfield County, SC
With oak-covered hillsides, a beautiful hardwood bottom and over 50 acres of natural 35 year-old pine, the Shelton Road Tract is ready to give you a classic Fairfield County deep woods hunt. The pine stands are ready to carry your signature on the landscape by thinning or clearcutting and replanting. The topography varies from gently rolling to moderately steep, and offer plenty of opportunities to establish game patches adjacent to slopes with native oaks. If your hunting pursuits require greater range, then you’ll enjoy almost 2,000 adjacent acres of Sumter National Forest with hundreds of acres of beautiful natural hardwoods and mature pine ridges.
The natural pine stands on the Shelton Road Tract are fully stocked and have never been thinned. The available liquid timber value adds short-term security to a long-term land investment. The volumes in the pine stands support thinning from underneath or clearcutting and conversion to pine plantations. Frontage on both sides of Shelton Rd. and favorable topography along the frontage contribute to excellent timber management access, and the property is within attractive haul distances to a number of wood using facilities.
The Shelton Road Tract is an easy 50 minute drive from Columbia via SC Highway 215. Greenville & Spartanburg are both slightly over an hour away and Charlotte is a pleasant hour and a half drive.