762 Acres, Abbeville & McCormick Counties, SC
Located in both McCormick and Abbeville counties, White Creek Hunting Preserve is 762 acres surrounded by White, Calhoun and Hillbern Creeks. This property has frontage on Mt Carmel Road(highway 823) and Old Charleston road(county gravel). The entrance to the lodge is tucked away at the end of Old Charleston road where a bridge crosses over White Creek.
The lodge is an 1800 square foot, ranch style brick home that has historically been used as a hunting lodge for guest and clients. Although some repairs are needed, it is well suited for this purpose or even as a residence. There are several outbuildings such as a shed that was set up for deer processing and a shooting range.
The land has been intensively managed for wildlife and timber production. The rolling hilltops and slopes are a mixture of merchantable pine plantations, hardwood ridges, hardwood plantations and about 50 acres of well-placed wildlife plots. The bottomland along the creeks consist massive bottomland hardwoods.
There is an abundance of wildlife on the property including Deer, Wild Hogs and Ducks. The larger of the wildlife plots could serve as a dove field and others, along the hardwood bottoms could be used as duck impoundments.
The abundance of merchantable pine and hardwood timber on this property offers immediate and future cash flow opportunities. New wood product mills under construction now promise a strong timber market in this region. No other tract in the upstate combines great hunting with timber investment this well. Please contact us to schedule a private tour at a time convenient for you.