Vines Branch Tract is a solid land investment located in a growing rural community. Adjacent tracts have been developed with attractive homes on large lots. This property offers the opportunity to create a large private estate or divide for residential use like the surrounding neighborhood. This property is in a certified economic Opportunity Zone created to bring private capital investments to eligible low-income communities. The Opportunity Zones incentive is a community investment tool established by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to encourage long-term investments by providing a tax advantage for investors in certain situations. The tract has good access along Vines Road and multiple potential building sites. It lies just north of the town of Ninety Six, a few miles from major employers like Ascend Performance Materials and Fujifilm USA, and a few miles from Lake Greenwood State Park and other lake access points. A well-managed stand of loblolly Pine about 23 years-old dominates the upland. Trees were just thinned a second time. They have good spacing and are free to grow. The pines have superior genetics and were fertilized a few years after planting. Almost half the tract is covered by mature, mixed hardwoods along Vines Branch. This area provides food and shelter for deer and other wildlife and adds privacy along the western side of the property. A powerline right-of-way runs along the eastern property line.
From the town of Ninety Six, at intersection of Main Street and Hwy 246, head north on Hwy 246. After about ±2.5 miles, turn right onto Vines Road. After about ±200 feet, the property begins on the right side of Vines Road.