Horry County, SC
The Kennesaw Road tract is a premium timberland investment; ready to add its performance to your portfolio. The 477-acre tract has more than 320 acres of managed pines plantations ranging in age from 1 to 37 years. Almost 200 acres of pines are merchantable and will soon be ready for the final harvest. The remaining pines are 2017 and 2020 plantations are on well-prepared sites with professionally selected seedlings and exhibiting excellent growth. Timber management access is provided by a well-developed internal road system and 1.25 miles of combined frontage on Kennesaw and Sumpter Roads.
Flanked to the northwest by Lake Swamp and to the northeast by Pleasant Meadow Swamp, the Kennesaw Road Tract offers as much recreational potential as any tract its size in Horry County. The varied age classes of the pines and bordering hardwood stand to satisfy habitat needs for many game and non-game species. The intricate layout of interior roads and the gentle roll of the land offer opportunities to expand and personalize the existing manageable food plots. Electrical utilities are on-site and ready for the construction of your private lodge and forest office.
The Kennesaw Road Tract is peaceful and rural, but not isolated. A pleasant 20-mile drive reaches Galivants Ferry or Aynor. Conway is an easy 18-mile trip. Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach are convenient drives of 33 miles and 35 miles, respectively.