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Ireland Creek is a rare opportunity for an outdoor enthusiast to purchase acreage at a very reasonable price. This property offers over 2500 feet of frontage along Ireland Creek, which creates a diverse habitat supporting an abundant population of deer and turkey. The majority of this property was recently harvested and had...

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Approximately 2.9 acres to be subdivided from TMS # 0679040100827. Property runs along Copperline Drive on the front and the stream across the back. Sloped lot that would be ideal for a back deck and walk out basement that overlooks the stream flowing across the back of your property. Plenty of privacy. Minimum square foot...

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+/-34.00 acres–Tigerville / Hwy. 11 acreage. Unrestricted wooded acreage near the intersection of N. Tigerville Road and Hwy. 11. Great location near the soon to be built Eagle Mountain Vineyards and Winery. Very convenient to Travelers Rest, Landrum and North Greenville University....

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+/-2.37 acres–Great Location Near Hwy. 11 and Hwy. 25. Wooded acreage. Mobile home allowed....

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+/-8.30 acres – Nice Views of Table Rock Available with Limited Clearing. Great location for a single-family home close to the growing and popular area of Travelers Rest and scenic Hwy. 11. Sale consists of tax map numbers: 0522030100216 and 0522030100103....

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The Primrose property offering is conveniently located only 5 miles off I-26 at exit 165 (Hwy 210, Bowman Exit). This allows for an easy commute from Columbia or Charleston for those weekend hunting trips. The property offers frontage along Longbrook Drive, where you will find the remnants of an old tenant house of a bygone...

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Walbash tract is conveniently located on Hwy 178 between I-95 and Bowman. The property offers over 700 ft of road frontage along Hwy 178, allowing for ease of access to a permanent residential site, which has been approved by SC DHEC for a septic system. This tract consists of 16 wooded acres of mature pine and hardwood tre...

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This quaint property is located only a few miles NW of Ehrhardt, SC on Colston Rd in a quiet, rural setting. The property is entirely wooded with mature pine located on the upland acres and old growth hardwood located along the creek bottom. This is the perfect setting for a weekend retreat for outdoor enthusiasts or a perm...

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Huspa Plantation is located in Beaufort County along the coast of South Carolina and features 331.2 +/- acres along Huspa Creek.  Huspa is often described as “inspiring,” “magical,” or even “heaven on earth.”  Its angel oaks and alleys, coastal sunrises and sunsets, riverbanks and sweeping vistas are simply me...

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+/ -42.63 acres–Fenced pastured with a spring fed pond. This acreage is ready to go for livestock! Great location for a mini farm or cattle operation with a spring fed pond for your water source. Only minutes from I-85 in Anderson County. Public water is available on Conneross Road....

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+/- 11.91 acres- Private location adjoining the Jocassee Gorges Wildlife Management Area. Build you private dream home surrounded by nature adjoining the SCDNR Jocassee Gorges Wildlife Management Area! The Jocassee Gorges is 43,500 acres protected area that will never be developed. Hunting, fishing, hiking and wildlife view...

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+/- 20 acres – Great cabin location within walking distance of the Saluda River. This great Pickens County property features a spring fed creek with several small waterfalls. Build a small cabin and walk to the Saluda River and the 1,757-acre Tall Pines wildlife Management and Recreation Area. ...

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Beautiful 7 acres just outside the city limits of Easley, SC. This wooded property features mature hardwoods, rolling topography and a creek running through the property. With three access points the property has lots of potential for a single family residence or even a small residential development. Public water is availab...

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+/- 20 rolling acres with long range views of Paris Mountain and frontage on Carpenter Creek. Great property that could be developed into single family residential home sites or used for an estate home. Property fronts on Hwy. 135 with additional access on Amble School Road. Areas of the property lie suitable for pasture....

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+/- 40 rolling acres with long range mountain views of Table Rock, Ceaser's Head and frontage on Carpenter Creek. Great property that could be developed into single family residential home sites or used for an estate home. Areas of the property lie suitable for pasture. Agents pictures of mountains were taken from approx...

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The Farms at Brickhouse Plantation features 147.38 +/- manicured acres of high-quality land on Johns Island along River Road.  The property has an A++ location and is less than 8 miles from Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island, and only 13 +/- miles from downtown historic Charleston.  The Charleston Executive Airport provi...

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Malphrus Oaks Plantation features 268 +/- pristine acres canopied with massive live oaks surrounded by mature pine forest.  The many avenue of oaks line the entire property creating a dramatic landscape that brings you back into a simpler time and place.  Mature plantation style quail woods are found throughout and prov...

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Cricket Hill is located just south of Estill, South Carolina in Hampton County.  The property features excellent deer hunting habitat in the heart of trophy buck country. The available 180+/- acres features over 90 acres of professional planted pine timber, a 32+/- acre cypress duck pond, and a 45+/- acre cutover with esta...

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Large waterfront lot located in Waterford Bay Development on Lake Greenwood. This lot offers the protection of a cove views out to the main body of water. A gentle slope down to over 300 feet of waterfront shore line. Close proximity to Grand Harbor Golf & Yacht Club....

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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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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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