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Paradise Farms Tract

Richland County, SC



131 Acres


Property Type


Quiet Strength of the Broad River

Close your eyes and imagine building your dream home on one of the several breathtaking bluffs overlooking the mighty Broad River in Richland County, SC. With just under a mile of river frontage, this gorgeous property offers a variety of hunting and fishing opportunities others can only dream about.  From harvesting whitetail and turkey to landing a large or smallmouth bass in one of South Carolina’s best-kept secrets.  If waterfowl is your passion, you can hunt ducks and Canadian Geese right off the bank of your property! From your front porch, you could be close enough to Haltiwanger Island to hear the water rushing over Freshly Shoals or, if you enjoy the sound of silence, you can build your dream home further upriver and enjoy the quiet strength of the Broad River every time you step outside.

Seclusion with Urban Amenities

Rarely are properties of this size and composition available for purchase.  Even fewer that are so uniquely positioned close to town.  The Paradise Farms Tract is a secluded, 131-acre (gis), beautiful property located at the end of Fulmer Bottom Road in Richland County.  This property is ideal to build a once-in-a-lifetime home on one of many picturesque sites on the property.  Embrace life in the country while still enjoying the convenient urban amenities of Columbia less than 30 minutes away. Open fields established roads and tons of beautiful pines will welcome you home every day.  Included with the main property is approximately 3 acres of Haltiwanger Island.  The adventurer will have the opportunity for picnic lunches with the Broad River parting at your feet and flowing to either side.

The Paradise Farms Tract is in the Lexington Richland School District 5, which is home to several award-winning schools, and lies within Chapin Middle School and Spring Hill High School attendance zones. Both schools are an approximately 5-minute drive.

The convenient location cannot be overstated.  Downtown Columbia is a brief 22-mile drive.  Chapin is only 8 miles of pleasant country roads.

Shown by appointment only.  Please call Craig Collier at (803)606-7306 or Rob Drummond at (803)730-1017.

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For more information, contact:

Craig Collier

Phone 803.722.1124
Cell 803.606.7306