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tbd US Hwy 576 Marion SC 29571
13.5 acres
ACREAGE - Marion, SCMore Detail +
Robert Brown
Great commercial or small industrial 13.5 acre site with 840 ft of US Hwy 76 visibility and room to expand! Additional acreage available! Priced to sell!!!
tbd US Hwy 576 @ Guyton Ct Marion SC 29571
4.5 acres
COMMERCIAL LOT - SALE - Marion, SCMore Detail +
Robert Brown
Large 4.5 acre SE corner commercial lot with 400 ft of US Hwy 576 frontage, 500 ft of secondary road frontage at rear entrance to Wal-Mart; high visibility for both beach bound and return traffic lo...
0 Bay Road Gresham SC 29546
31 acres
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Drew Parks , Coldwell Banker Commercial Chicora Real Estate
Approximately 31 acres of farm land and timber in beautiful rural setting just outside Horry County. Crops comprise approximately 13 acres of the land. /- 1,185' frontage on Bay Rd. Zoned General De-...
509 E Oliver St. Marion SC 29571
2 acres
Single Family, 1 1/2 Stories - Marion, SCMore Detail +
Abigail Calder , First Charter Company Inc.
Two Story Brick home inside the city with lots of curb appeal on 2 acres. Well established neighborhood, outside storage bldg., asphalt drive, approx. 3600 sq.ft., 4 BR/ 3.5 Ba's, family room w/gas l...

Marion County, SC Land Info

Located in South Carolina, Marion County is considered a medium-sized urban county that sits adjacent to a larger metropolitan region. Of South Carolina's 46 counties, Marion County ranks 31st in terms of its population (31,747, according to 2015 Census estimates). At 494 square miles, Marion County is South Carolina's 36th biggest county (covering two percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Marion County at $3,747, with an average list price of $773,531 for land and farms for sale in Marion County. The main agricultural staple here is livestock (defined as cattle, poultry, hog or other farming, as well as related products such as dairy). Farming activities in Marion County generate annual revenues of $41 million, 70 percent of which is from livestock products and 30 percent from crop harvests.

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