This 556+/- acre timber tract is a unique investment opportunity with great recreational use as well. Located just over one mile east of the intersection of I-26 & SC Highway 72 the property is easily accessible from the 12, 750+/- feet of paved road frontage. The largest subdivide option (326+/- acres) consists of two 75+/- acre stands of planted pines aged 8-10 & 13-15 years. Sandy Creek filters into Miller's Fork near the middle of the western boundary line and the large creek runs for close to 1.5 miles along the northern boundary line. The property has great rolling topography, an extensive road system, several food plot locations, and offers excellent hunting opportunities. A second subdivide option is across Golden Acres Road and totals 147+/- acres. This parcel was clear cut 5-10 years ago and the re-growth on the parcel has created ideal deer habitat. This parcel also connects to the Enoree Ranger District of the Sumter National Forest. The other four subdivide options range in size from 9 - 34 acres and all have frontage on Highway 72. Most of the timber (25-30 year old pine) on these smaller parcels has been harvested with seed trees remaining.