1906 Pacolet Highway Farm/Ranch for sale in Gaffney, SC

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This incredible 393 acres leaves little to be desired. The Limestone and Thickety Creeks stretch for well over two miles throughout the interior of the property to their fork on the southwest boundary line. Approximately 200 yards to the north is the fork between the Little Thickety and the Thickety Creeks which is just inside the boundary line. The close proximity of these two major confluences is an incredibly unique feature that no doubt plays a large role in the abundance of wildlife and fertile ground on the property. Roughly 100 acres of large, open pastures and smaller secluded fields surround the creeks with the balance of the property consisting of mature hardwoods on the upper elevations and dense thickets along the creek bottoms. Adding to the aesthetics is an abundance of black walnut trees scattered throughout the landscape.



To describe the wildlife populations on the farm as healthy would be an understatement - huge flocks of turkeys and scores of deer regularly emerge into the scenic bottom fields. Several large persimmons loaded with fruit can be found throughout the property and offer natural food sources throughout deer season. A large grove of white oaks is a second natural food source located on the higher elevation towards the northeast corner of the property. A 1,700 square foot farm house is included in the sale as well as a small storage shed and several older structures.



The property is located along Highway 150 (approx. 1/2 mile of road frontage) and sits approximately 5 miles southwest of Gaffney, SC (15 miles from Spartanburg, SC; 45 miles from Greenville, SC; and 50 miles from Charlotte, NC).



This property is a must see for buyers in the market for a large recreational tract!! Asking price is $3,200/acre - call today to set up an appointment.

  • Price: $1,257,600

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