Williamsburg County, SC
Located amongst some of the best hunting and timber-producing properties in South Carolina, the Heineman West Tract is a 126 GIS Acre recreation and timberland property in southwest Williamsburg County. Approximately 121 acres were planted in loblolly pines in 2018, which are exhibiting excellent growth. Grasses and forbs within the pines and scattered hardwood pockets attract and hold wildlife, especially deer. A perimeter fire break is in place, but the interior is ready for you to design your own hunting paradise. Nearly level topography is accommodating to a variety of site selections for game patches or road construction. The property’s shape is unusually uniform. Adjacent land uses include agriculture and timberlands, and the property has approximately 1,700 feet along US Highway 52 and 2,800 feet along a CSX rail line. Old Highway 52 enters the property from the north and terminates near the rail line, providing paved interior access, creating a buffer to the four lane, and controlling future land use along the highway.
The Heineman West Tract is an excellent recreational and timber-producing property, 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.