The Flat Rock Timber Tract is located just off Latimer Mill Road in Southern Greenville County. This tract has paved frontage on Flat Rock Road with a driveway leading you into the heart of the property. The majority of the tract consists of Loblolly pine planted in 2008, which will provide timber income from a first thinning harvest in a couple of years. Another stand of 1992 Loblolly could be harvested to provide immediate revenue as well as additional bedding and cover habitat for wildlife. Along the creek buffers, one of which is Horse Creek along the rear of the tract, you will find mature hardwood loaded with mast producing species such as Red Oak and White Oak. Paired with the wildlife benefits are the aesthetics that accompany mature hardwood and bold creeks that flow year-round. This tract offers boundless opportunity for hunting and recreation but would also be a great large-acreage estate tract. With multiple house sites from the front of the property to the back, and public water and power on Flat Rock Road, all you need to do is decide how long the driveway should be! Don’t miss your chance to see this beautiful and diverse property just under 30 minutes from Simpsonville.
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