Horry County, SC
The Bucks 15 Tract is a highly efficient and easily manageable 71.8-acre timberland investment with over 85% of the tract occupied by natural and planted pines. The pines are recently thinned, free to grow and in excellent health, making the tract a low maintenance investment until its ready for its next commercial thinning. Timber management opportunities are enhanced by more than 1,700 feet of road frontage on Marigold Rd. and favorable proximity to several wood using facilities.
The Bucks 15 Tract is an ideal property to establish your homestead in the country or to maintain as your private hunting and timberland investment. Horry County is known for growing high quality Timber and Agriculture. It is also considered a prime territory for healthy whitetail deer and wild turkey populations. The thinned pines are producing more browse and forbs with the addition of more sunlight. Gentle topography and suitable soils offer several locations to develop game patches. A small hardwood drain bisecting the property provides wildlife with water and a refuge to seek cover.
The Bucks 15 Tract lies less than one mile north of Highway 378, roughly 3 miles west of the Horry County Airport. Conway is less than 15 minutes away, and Myrtle Beach is just over a half hour. Florence is a 50-mile drive to the northeast.