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This 19 +/- acre tract is located off Skinner Road along the eastern county line between Sumter and Clarendon Counties. The tract is split by Skinner Road and borders Interstate 95. Heavily treed with predominately loblolly pines with a scattering of hardwood, the tract offers several shooting lanes and open areas in which ...

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This spacious 170 +/- acre farm is located at the intersection of Little Star Church Road and Alderman Camp Road in rural Clarendon County, SC. Manning, SC County Seat of Clarendon is a mere 5 minute drive from this tract as is access to Interstate 95. Featuring mostly level topography, the tract consists of approximately 6...

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Unique opportunity to own over 10.8 +/- acres with over 1000 feet of road frontage on highway 9, plus over 300 feet on Holiday Road. This turn key equestrian property has everything you need for multiple families to enjoy the same property. This is a great family compound with more room to expand. A like new 20010 950 +/- s...

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1.65 acres located just 20 minutes from the town on Newberry and surrounded by the Sumter National Forest. This unique property has tons ofpotential. The property has a mixture of pines and hardwoods with level topography. The surrounding game management land gives this smalltract the feel of a much larger hunting property....

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222 +/- acres located 25 minutes from the town of Aiken, SC and approximately 2 miles from I-20. This well-managed timber tract has tons of income potential. This property consists mostly of planted pines with rolling topography, internal trail systems, and Wildcat Branch running right through the middle of the tract. The t...

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Bucks, ducks and turkeys! Don’t let the size of this tract fool you. It’s a small property that hunts BIG! This secluded property backs up to nearly 6,600 acres of SCDNR land and offers unrivaled hunting opportunities. Over 3 acres worth of tillable food plots to go along with outstanding natural habitat provid...

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This is a rare opportunity to own a beautiful home situated in the middle of a hunting paradise. The home which was modeled after a lodge the original owner visited in Montana offers an open concept floor plan with great amenities.  The home features four bedrooms and four baths, a built-in sauna, cedar lined closets ...

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Attention Investors! This property features future timber income from loblolly pines and is in an Opportunity Zone which offers fantastic tax savings opportunities. Until then, you will be able to enjoy the scenic attributes of the property which include rolling terrain, river frontage on the Lynches River and creek fronta...

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This incredible hunting tract and investment property near Bethune offers outstanding opportunities to harvest trophy whitetail deer, wild turkeys and doves. Enjoy the benefits of having the only row crop fields within 4 miles, creating a perfect wildlife holding situation. Simply put, this property is a wildlife dream-com...

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This property spells Southern country comfort when you see it. A good mixture of open land and timber, two ponds--one of which you look across from the back porch, and a steady cool breeze…this place has it all! The ponds are well stocked and the deer hunting is very good! Come see why this mini farm is the perfect ...

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PRICE REDUCED!!! If you’ve been looking for an income-producing property, look no further than this longleaf pine tract in north-central South Carolina. Located within 10-minutes of Jefferson, this property is in the early stages of longleaf pine needle production and is ready for harvest. These trees are around 12 y...

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This property features secluded acreage with a ten-acre lake stocked with bass, bluegill bream and shell crackers and frequented by waterfowl. The cleared acreage would make one or more beautiful homesites that overlook the scenic lake. Whitetail deer and wild turkeys call this area home as well. An internal road provides ...

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5 BR 3.5 Bath home totally renovated and upgraded in 2012 Located in tranquil maritime setting of Pinckney Colony adjacent to Conservation property 4 stable barn with tack room and spacious fenced paddocks...

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PRICE REDUCED!! Located on the Waccamaw River, this well-maintained property offers outstanding hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, turkeys, ducks and small game. An internal road system enables easy access throughout the property for farm equipment and trucks and several ATV trails provide access to the harder to re...

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PRICE REDUCED!! Located next to the Sumter National Forest, the South Camp hunting estate boasts an impressive 3-bedroom, 2.5 baths custom-built main home with full basement and a separate 2-bedroom, 2 bath guest quarters. The guest quarters sit above a metal building/workshop/barn. The main house, guest quarters/building ...

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PRICED REDUCED!! Who says you can’t have it all? This large property features lots of tillable acreage, timber, cutover and wetlands. Wide open fields transition to early successional acreage with scattered timber acreage beyond that. Deer are abundant on the property and turkeys have been spotted there as well. Two ...

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This tract lies adjacent the Lancaster County Airport- McWhirter Field. The site would be ideal for use as a business park or other commercial development. Wide road access and a deeded easement from Aviation Blvd are already in place. All utilities are in place including gas, sewer and electric.  The tract is located...


South Carolina Offers a Variety of Land for Sale

The Carolinas were named to honor British King Charles I. In Latin, Carolus translates to Charles in English. South Carolina was the eighth state admitted to the U.S. prior to its sister state, North Carolina, which was the 12th state in the union. Bordering on the Atlantic Ocean, some two-thirds of South Carolina lies on the Atlantic Coastal plain. The state's population is just over one million. Its land area is just over 31,000 square miles and there is plenty of land available including family farms, ranches, and wildlife areas.

South Carolina winters are mild with daytime highs in the mid to high 50s and lows in the 30s. Summer days can be warm to hot in the low 90s with high humidity. Rain is anticipated every month of the year, peaking at around five inches for each month of June and July.

South Carolina History

Both Carolinas were settled by the British in the 17th century. Settlers depended on the area's rich soil for agriculture and the slave trade for cheap labor. As a crown colony, South Carolina joined other colonies against British taxation during the Stamp Act Crisis. The colony became an important part of the fight against British rule, joining the United States and fighting in the Revolutionary War.

South Carolina succeeded from the Union and joined the Confederate States of America prior to the Civil War. That war started at Fort Sumter in the Charleston harbor. The war proved hard on South Carolina's economy, and it soon became one of the poorest states, which lasted for roughly a century.

Since, South Carolina has rebounded and blossomed into a much-desired tourist spot with its beautiful beaches and islands and rich history. Being its largest industry, tourism brought in $19 billion back in 2014, a figure which includes the jobs needed to keep the industry vibrant. Some leading tourist destinations include historic Charleston, Myrtle Beach, and Hilton Head.

Other industries of the state include aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, technology, and agribusiness.

Agriculture's Importance in South Carolina

Cotton is South Carolina's number one commodity. Its rich soil also grows other agricultural crops include tobacco, soybeans, peaches, and grains such a corn and wheat. Pecans are also grown here. Poultry and cattle are the prime livestock raised in the state, and honey is another commodity.

South Carolina is a shrimping state. The seafood industry also brings in clams, crabs, oysters, and snapper.

Two major mining products here are granite and limestone.

South Carolina's Major Cities and Interesting Facts

Columbia is the capital of South Carolina, but it is not the largest city in the state. Charleston, with a population of close to 135,000, is slightly larger. North Charleston is the third largest, with all other cities in the state having a population under 100,000. South Carolina has three major airports: Charleston, Greenville, and Myrtle Beach.

The state offers some great universities such as University of South Carolina, Clemson University, Medical University of South Carolina, and The Citadel.

The state is nicknamed the Palmetto State after its native Palmetto trees, although it was once known as the Iodine State. The city of Johnston is the Peach Capital of the World.

Land for Sale in South Carolina

Land available in South Carolina is as diverse as the state. Acreage can be found close to the beach communities, or along the estuaries, in the farmland, and in the timber country. Smaller parcels from an acre to three or four, on up to 100+ acres or more, can be found. Look for undeveloped properties, or some with development of older or more modern homesteads and barns already built. No matter where your desire lies, South Carolina has land for sale to meet them.

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