A very nice 32+/- ac tract of land off of a frontage road on Interstate 95. Frontage 1400' +/- located right beside Welcome Center & Rest Area on Interstate 95. Property also includes 2 income producing billboard signs. Property also has a very nice lake on one end of the property. Property is high on a hill above lake. Many possibilities with this much frontage on a frontage road off of I-95 with the I-95 traffic count.
Nestled right along the N.C./S.C. State line in Dillion County lies the 64-acre McKay's Bridge tract right on the banks of the Little Pee Dee River Swamp. And with its high sandy ridges throughout, this tract is long from being a candidate for the flood. The McKay's Bridge Tract is a high and sandy parcel covered in merchantable loblolly pine from the road shoulder all the way to the rear. Tract has over 2,000 feet of road frontage and is nearly a half mile deep running along the high water mark of the Little Pee Dee River Swamp. This tract is the perfect hunter's retreat for the opportunity to take everything in the game book from whitetail deer and wild turkey to rabbit, squirrel, and wood ducks. A road is already in place that bisects the tract from the highway all the way to the rear of the tract. And a couple small fields are also available for food plots or for placement of a small cabin. In addition to its hunting opportunities, this tract's proximity to I-95 creates the perfect candidate for your new home in rural Dillion County or the tract could be subdivided by the new owner into dozens of homesites. Tract is less than 2 miles from the N.C./S.C. state line and only 8 miles from I-95 in Dillion. Tract is 40 miles from Florence, S.C. and 30 miles to Lumberton, N.C.
Situated just south of the N.C. state line lies the Hayes Swamp Tract. This tract is predominantly confined to the boundaries of Hayes Swamp that is known as one of the best hunting swamps in the entire region. Just a few years ago, one of the largest bucks ever killed in S.C. was taken less than a mile from this tract. It's a unique hunting tract with abundant habitat for deer, ducks, and turkey secluded with Dillion County countryside. The tract contains a 24-acre beaver pond on the southern end with open water and plenty of waterfowl habitat. The timber on the tract ranges from mature, old growth hardwoods and cypress along the run of Hayes Swamp to 20-year-old loblolly pine along the lateral fringes. The majority of the tract is covered in bottomland hardwood with oak, maple, gum, and cypress. The tract is bound by Red Road on the north and Oakland Road to the south, but contains three deeded access easements enabling the new owner to access the tract on multiple sides. This property offers a wide range of benefits, including timber production, wildlife habitat, and premium hunting opportunities all within a short distance from I-95 and the NC/SC state line. The tract is less than three miles from Hamer, SC and South of the Border. It's also 20 minutes from Lumberton, 20 minutes from Dillion, 3o minutes to Florence and 1 hour from Fayetteville and 1.5 hours from Myrtle Beach. For hunters looking for a paradise loaded with dense swamp and the potential to harbor a huge whitetail and large flocks of ducks, this is it!
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