A diversity of merchantable timber renders this property both a wildlife mecca and a great timber investment. Where paper companies used to rule land ownership in the area, tracts with a decent hardwood component are hard to come by, yet this property boasts over 120 acres in hardwood. Mast producing species like oak and hickory draw and hold healthy populations of wild turkey and deer. Four age classes of loblolly pine plantation provide a solid cash generating crop of trees and comprise the balance of the acreage. Large boulders dot the landscape while several all-weather streams course through the property. Located 2 miles south of Heath Springs, SC with frontage on Flat Rock Road. Shown by appointment only.