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Marlowe Creek Tract

Lexington County, SC

Under Contract


223 Acres


Property Type


The Marlowe Creek Tract is a beautifully situated, Lexington County farm capable of satisfying a variety of rural land wishes.  This 223-acre property features managed pine plantations, natural hardwoods, pastures, and hayfields, and a beautiful home site guarded by magnificent live oaks and pecans.  A 9-acre pasture flanks the homesite and is complemented by 10 acres of fields available for hay production.  The open lands provide a beautiful setting for horses and just enough structure for a hobby cattle operation that’s not overbearing.  The property is a well-managed timberland investment, and over 100 acres of pine plantations were recently thinned and will provide the next timber income in just a few years.  Until then, you can enjoy the maturing pine forest as an outdoor enthusiast or hands-on manager.  Add to that 65 acres of natural hardwoods along 1,800 feet of frontage on Marlowe Creek and you have an ideal private retreat for trail rides and hunting adventures.

Paved road frontage and several interior trails provide easy recreational and management access.  The Marlowe Creek Tract has over 1,400 feet of frontage on the north side of Two Notch Rd., and 850 feet of frontage on the south side.  The Main Streets of Batesburg and Leesville are both just 5 miles away, making it too convenient to reward the family’s workday on the farm with dinner at Shealy’s Bar-B-Que.  Interstate 20 is just 6 miles away, making Lexington a short, 20-minute ride and Columbia less than 40 minutes.  The property lies in the Lexington County School District 3 for Batesburg-Leesville Schools.

The Marlowe Creek Tract is the ideal property for a family looking for a rural existence that invites children and grandchildren to gather.

Please call Gary Springer at (803)730-1248 to arrange a tour.

Property inspections shall be done during daylight hours. Seller and Rural Land Investments in no way make any representations or warranties regarding the conditions of the property, including any and all access routes, and all persons entering upon the property do so at their own risk and accept said property “as-is” in its existing condition during such inspections. All persons entering upon the property assume all risks and liabilities and agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Seller, its affiliates, officers, directors, managers, agents, representatives, and employees from and against any and all claims, demands, causes of action, injuries (including death) and damages resulting from any accident, incident, or occurrence arising out of, incidental to or in any way resulting from his or her inspection of the property or his or her exposure to the conditions of the property.


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For more information, contact:

Gary Springer

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