Fairfield County, SC
The Kincaid Bridge Road Tract is a 173-acre quality investment and recreational tract located just west of Winnsboro. With paved road frontage, rolling topography, interior roads, and close proximity to several wood-using facilities, the property is properly appointed to continue performing as a timberland investment. Over 60 acres of 2009 loblolly pine plantations are nearing suitability for first thinning. More than 90 acres are comprised of 17-year-old natural pine and hardwoods, with scattered patches of mature pine and oaks within.
The tract supports a diversity of habitat types providing an ideal environment for deer and turkey. A nice mix of ridge-top food plots is established with opportunities to expand and enhance. An established road system traverses the entire property. A beautiful 20-acre hardwood drain bisects the property on its way to Sand Creek to the south. This Kincaid Bridge Road property is an economical tract to manage, yet big enough to roam. Power is on-site and ready to provide light and comfort during extended stays.
Convenience makes the Kincaid Bridge Road Tract easy to get to and easy to stay at. The statehouse in Columbia is less than 40 minutes away. Congress Street the heart of historic Winnsboro is a brief 2-mile stroll.