The Anderson Tract is ideal for residential use, recreational uses, and timber production. It is located nine miles northeast of the Union City Limits and five miles northwest of Lockhart. The Anderson Tract is approximately 60 miles southwest of Charlotte, NC, 50 miles southeast of Spartanburg, and 76 miles northwest of Columbia, SC. Basically, location is central upstate South Carolina, easily accessible from several metropolitan areas.
The tract has 0.10 miles of public paved road frontage (both sides of Bailey Town Road). Access is by well established forest roads.
Approximately six acres of old field planted pine established in 1998 lies to the west of Bailey Town Road. The balance of the tract is adjacent to the east of Bailey Town Road and includes two stands of planted pine established in 1998 and 2000. A perrinial stream (year-round flow) crosses the property which is surrounded by maturing bottom land and upland hardwoods (see "Forest Type Map" and photos). Topography is gently rolling to steep along the streams and drains (see topographic map). The varying timber types provide diversity important to most wildlife species.
The tract features a small, graveyard dating to the late 1700's and a unique granite rock outcropping (see photos).
Property lines have been delineated with blue flagging. A Plat of the property (see documents) is recorded in the Union County Courthouse plat book 22, page 157.
Price is based on $3,250.00/acre or $370,600.00 (gross acreage = 114.03 acres).