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$21,000

5 Acres in Lee County

5 acres
Stokes Bridge Road W. Bishopville SC 29010
4
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This is a beautiful wooded lot with gently rolling terrain just outside of Bishopville on a quiet country road. With a lot this size you will always have plenty of privacy and can enjoy the native wil...
John Hilton, Southeastern Land Brokerage, LLC
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$25,000

7 Acres in Lee County

7 acres
Stokes Bridge Road W. Bishopville SC 29010
4
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This is a beautiful wooded lot with gently rolling terrain just outside of Bishopville on a quiet country road. With a lot this size you will always have plenty of privacy and can enjoy the native wil...
John Hilton, Southeastern Land Brokerage, LLC
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$2,500,000

Intersection of Browntown Road and HWY 15

36.92 acres
Intersection of Browntown Road and HWY 15 Bishopville SC 29010
6
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High visibility retail site, build to suit opportunity. Zoning is general commercial. The subject property has great ease of access from I-20. This /- 36.92 acre site can be subdivided into multiple ...
John Hilton, Southeastern Land Brokerage, LLC
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Lee County, SC Land Info

Located in South Carolina, Lee County is considered a medium-sized urban county that sits adjacent to a larger metropolitan region. The most common type of land for sale in Lee County recently was farms, while Bishopville had the most land listed for sale in Lee County. Internal July 2016 data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Lee County at $2,612, with an average list price of $147,735 for land and farms for sale in Lee County. Of South Carolina's 46 counties, Lee County ranks 42nd in terms of its population (17,896, according to Census data from 2015). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Lee County. In terms of size, Lee County is South Carolina's 41st biggest county (411 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Lee County generate annual revenues of $119 million, 51 percent of which is from livestock products and 49 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is livestock farming.

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