Chester County, SC
The Bear Hill Tract is a nicely appointed recreational and timber investment property along Sandy River in Chester County. This 121-acre property offers recreational users and seasoned investors a variety of attractive attributes. Its habitat diversity is neatly defined by 50 acres of 19-year-old pine plantations, 55 acres of natural hardwood hillsides, and 9 acres of beautiful hardwood bottoms. Hunting views vary from pine ridges to lush bottomland with more than 2,000 feet of frontage on Sandy River. A well-developed internal road system provides ample access for recreational uses and timber management.
The Bear Hill Tract is in an ideal location as a timber investment property. The property is within attractive haul distances of wood-using facilities in nearby Chester, Catawba, and Newberry. A 30-foot wide, deeded easement provides external access to SC Highway 72.
The Bear Hill Tract is conveniently located about halfway between Charlotte and Columbia, with roughly an hour’s drive to each. Rock Hill is only 25 miles away and Newberry and Chapin are pleasant drives of 40 and 45 miles, respectively.