The Stevenson Road Tract features 103 acres of planted Loblolly pine which offers excellent timber investment opportunities.
The Stevenson Road Tract is located in northwest South Carolina surrounded by a mixed rural land use, including Sumter National Forest lands, pastureland, timberland, and rural residences. The property is less than 5 miles from the center of Abbeville County, South Carolina and less than 10 miles from the center of Greenwood, South Carolina. There is 1,750 feet of road frontage on Stevenson Road, which is an asphalt surfaced State Road (S-01-051). This property is only 0.6 miles north of South Carolina Highway 27, a divided 4-lane highway. The tract is located at coordinate 34.1967 - 82.3216 decimal degrees.
This tract has 1,750 feet of road frontage on Stevenson Road. A forest road leads into the western side of the tract from Stevenson Road. The eastern side of the tract across Long Cane Creek does not have public road frontage.
This property features rolling ridges with hardwood drains following Long Cane Creek and the smaller feeder streams. The tract lies on both sides of the Long Cane Creek for a distance of 780’ along the creek. Long Cane Creek also serves as the tract boundary for an additional 3,600’ of the creek’s length.
The Stevenson Road Tract contains 103 acres of planted Loblolly pine that has been thinned once. The pine areas are well-stocked and are ready for an additional thinning that would produce near term revenue. The hardwood and natural pine along the creeks, drains, and other areas make up the additional tract acreage.
The Stevenson Road Tract property boundary on the northeastern side is Sumter National Forest.
The tract has one small electrical utility line that runs along Stevenson Road. No other easements are known to exist.