The Serpentine Woodland is a South Carolina property offering beautiful woodlands to build a home or a weekend getaway.
The Serpentine Woodland is located in western South Carolina near the Georgia state line and Strom Thurmond Reservoir (Clarks Hill Lake). The property is located 3 miles from the center of Plum Branch, South Carolina in McCormick County. The property has road frontage on Serpentine Drive, which is an asphalt surfaced State Road (S-33-68). This property is only 8 miles south of McCormick, South Carolina and just 26 miles north of Evans, Georgia.
The property has road frontage on Serpentine Drive, which is a paved 2-lane highway. A forest road leads from Serpentine Drive into the center of the tract. See the tract map below for detailed location.
This tract provides a great opportunity to build a primary or secondary home. There are flowing streams bound by hardwood and planted pine with timber income opportunity. The property features upland ridges with two small streams converging within the property. One stream serves as the eastern boundary and flows into Stevens Creek less than one mile southeast of the tract.
The Serpentine Woodland contains 37 acres of 19 year old planted Loblolly pine that was thinned in early 2019. The remainder of the tract includes mature hardwood trees surrounding stream areas.