54 acre wooded property located in northern Oconee County. Abundance of paved road frontage on Coffee Road, Rock Crusher Road and Yellow Bell Road. The land contains a mature pine forest with merchantable timber. The topography is gently rolling. The property has many possibilities: recreational use, investment, future development or, with some clearing, a farm with a mix of timberland and pastureland. The land is located in northern Oconee County just 3.4 miles from the town of Walhalla. This area is known for beautiful mountains, hiking trails, whitewater rafting, waterfalls, trout fishing, camping and horseback riding. 85,000 acre Andrew Pickens District of the Sumter National Forest is just a few minutes away. Boat ramps at Lake Keowee and Lake Hartwell are minutes from property. Only 10 miles to shopping and dining in Seneca and 18 miles to sporting and cultural events at Clemson University. Additional acreage is available up to 519 acres.
From Walhalla, go west on E. Main Street. Turn left onto S. Maple Street. Go through intersection. You are now on Coffee Road. Go 2.5 miles. Property on the left. See sign.