At nearly 519 acres, The Coneross Tract is a very large private property for the western reaches of Oconee County. Nestled in the foothills, the property has outstanding potential for investment, forest management, conservation and recreation. Entirely forested with beautiful, mature pine and hardwoods, The Coneross Tract offers a diversity of cover types and topography suitable for a variety of land uses. With nearly a mile of road frontage on Coffee Rd., a combined two miles of frontage on state and county maintained routes, and a geometry with obvious potential divisions, the property is well-situated for numerous liquidation or family distribution strategies. Prepare for the Future, But Enjoy the Tract Today Don't let pondering the future possibilities obscure the qualities present on the property today. The Coneross Tract is a beautiful, large foothills property with massive natural hardwoods, extensive frontage on Coneross Creek, tons of saw-timber sized mature pines. As a family investment, the property offers immediate opportunities for hunting, hiking or other outdoor pursuits. Several sites offer mountain views for a new home or family lodge. Seclusion by Acreage, Not Distance The size of the Coneross Tract allows you to plan and develop the property to suit your needs. If privacy is the goal, enjoy the seclusion afforded by more than 500 acres of rolling hills, without sacrificing any convenience. This is a rare property, with few peers, and its available.
The town of Walhalla is less than 2 miles away. Clemson is less than 20 miles away and a beautiful 40 minute drive will get you to Cashiers.