Fairfield County, SC
The Highway 200 Tract is a conveniently located timber investment and recreational property lying just north of the town of Winnsboro. Timber types include new pine plantations, natural hardwoods and 20-year-old pine plantations, providing diversity in future timber management opportunities and variety in hunting and habitat planning.
Timber management is enhanced by the predominantly gentle topography, a well-developed internal road system and frontage on Highway 200, Smalls Chapel Road and Robinson Avenue. The property lies within favorable distances of a number wood-using mills, and quick access to US 321, SC Highway 200, and Interstate 77.
Recreational and hunting uses benefit from varying cover types that host a multitude of game species and provide countless opportunities for riding trail or food plot development. Between hunts, you will have all the conveniences of Winnsboro just minutes away. Whether it is a hot meal or other provisions, you’ll be able to eat or shop without modifying your morning hunt and still have time to spare before enjoying the afternoon woods.
The town of Winnsboro is just one mile south. Downtown Columbia is a short 33-mile drive via Interstate 77 and Highway 34. Charlotte is only an hour away and Rock Hill is a pleasant 45- minute drive.