111.09± Acres
Chester County, South Carolina

Canal Tract (6573)

ID: 48974
Status: Sold
Acres: 111.09±
City, State: Chester, South Carolina
County: Chester
ZIP Code: 29706


The Canal Tract (CNC 6573) is a quietly located tree farm in Central Chester County near the rural town of Chester, SC.   This property contains 111.09  acres with 103 acres of pines planted in 2021 with the remaining acreage containing a mix of pines and hardwood drainage.  

This property is an excellent opportunity for ownership of a property that has recreational opportunities for hunting whitetail deer or wild turkey.

The Canal tract offers an opportunity for having a residence with enough acreage to have a small farm out of town from the Charlotte – Rock Hill area but close enough to the town of Chester for basic shopping.

The Canal Tract is conveniently located just a 6 mile drive from Chester, SC  and is a pleasant 30-mile drive to Rock Hill and the Charlotte area can be reached within 45 minutes.

This property would be an ideal location for a homestead with a lot of potential for development as a recreational timber farm with a timberland investment component.

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