Back to Results

Heineman East Tract

Williamsburg County, SC



108 Acres


Property Type


An ideal personal hunting retreat, the Heineman East Tract is a 102.9 GIS Acre recreation and timberland property in southwest Williamsburg County.  Featuring thinned 17-year-old pine plantations, mature mixed pine & hardwoods, older natural pines, and lowland hardwood pockets, the property has every necessary cover type to attract and hold wildlife and provide the outdoor enthusiast with multiple settings for the seasons’ pursuits.  A transmission line bisects the property and offers longer views to watch deer browsing at distance.  Multiple locations for game patches are scattered throughout the property.  Interior roads and frontage Highway 52 are perfect for hunting and timber management access.  The property’s shape is a nearly perfect rectangle, with easily identifiable boundaries.  The property has approximately 1,700 feet along US Highway 52 and 2,500 feet along a CSX rail line. Adjacent land uses include agriculture and timberlands, and the area is well known for its quality hunting.

The Heineman East Tract is an excellent recreational and timber-producing property that’s easy to enjoy today, with the potential to be an exciting personal retreat.  Pawleys Island, Murrells Inlet, Mt. Pleasant, and Charleston are all less than an hour and a half away.  Interstate 95 in Manning is a pleasant 25-minute drive and Georgetown is an easy hour’s trip.


Call Gary Springer (803)730-1248 for more information to request a tour.

Interactive Map

Format: HTML
Back to Results

For more information, contact:

Gary Springer

Phone 803-722-1124
Cell 803-730-1248