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$350,000

Commercial

1 acre
Chesterfield Highway, SC Highway 9 Cheraw SC 29520
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Located on a main thoroughfare, SC-Hwy 9 and corner of Kershaw St. in Cheraw, SC is 1.1 Acres of prime real estate. Perfect for the new construction of your business or office. Call Lee Real Estate...
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$57,736

11.66 acres in Chesterfield, SC

11.66 acres
On the corner of Hunts Mill Road and Boyd Chewning Rd Chesterfield SC 29709
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11.66 Acres located on the corner of Hunts Mill Road and Boyd Chewning Rd, this property has a spring fed creek and shared pond. The tract has mostly open ground with hardwoods along the spring fed cr...
John Hilton, Southeastern Land Brokerage, LLC
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$12,500

2.52 Acres in Chesterfield, SC

2.52 acres
Drucilla Circle SC 29728
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PRICE REDUCED! Great lot for a country home! Owner will finance and the property will perc! Only 5 miles from Chesterfield! Ideal for a private country estate at a great price! Call for more informa...
John Hilton, Southeastern Land Brokerage, LLC
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Chesterfield County, SC Land Info

South Carolina ranks 38th for the size of its agricultural sector. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $1.64 billion to the state's economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it 34th among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Some 57 percent of South Carolina's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 43 percent comes from crops. Relative to the national total, South Carolina beats out the Peach State -- Georgia -- when it comes to its peach harvest (ten percent versus six). Other crop staples here include corn, cotton and soybeans. According to official Census Bureau stats, there were 25,266 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 5 million acres (or the equivalent of 24 percent of the overall state land area).

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