Hodges Duck Farm
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John Stillwell
John Stillwell
Jenks Inc. Realty
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Hodges Duck Farm

2505 Nation Road, Hodges , South Carolina 29653 - Greenwood County
$250,000 67.78 Acres
Property ID 3511409

Description

Price just reduced $25,000! Looking for a great hobby farm for horses or cattle? Want a conveniently located farm with turkeys, deer and duck hunting thats priced within your reach? Would you like to be able to enjoy your recreational investment as well as receive rental income? This farm in northern Greenwood County with LOADS of recreational potential could be for you! It has good paved road frontage on Nation Road, rolling topography, fields, woodlands and lots of water!

Approximately 25 acres of the farm is in pasture, fenced and cross-fenced, currently used by the neighbor for cattle. 28 acres of the farm is woodlands, with a mixture of pines and hardwoods. 14 acres at the back of the property is in natural beaver swamp along Turkey Creek, the southern property line.

Water features are abundant! There are two small ponds on the property, as well as a portion of a 3rd pond shared with the neighbor. The 14 acres of bottomland along Turkey Creek is part of a larger wetlands area of over 100 acres across multiple landowners that holds a large population of waterfowl.

Hunting opportunities are superior for a relatively small tract. The owner has harvested mature whitetail deer and wild turkeys, and has enjoyed great duck hunts, routinely limiting on wood ducks and also drawing mallards, red heads and other big ducks due to the farms proximity to Lake Greenwood. A dove field could easily be planted in the pasture for you to enjoy with your family and friends!

There is a mobile home on the property currently leased to a stable tenant. This lease could be continued under a new owner. There is also an old 2BR/1BA farmhouse in fair condition. The owner recently put a new metal roof on it and is in the process of making some renovations. It could be used as a hunting cabin or weekend getaway, or even rented out to a tenant for additional income. Power, water (2 taps already established), and natural gas are available on Nation Road. There are septic systems serving the house and mobile home, and a well previously used to serve a camper that is in unknown condition.

Access to all parts of the property is good via ATV or truck. The owner has been clearing some areas in the rear of the property to improve access and hunting opportunities.

The Hodges Duck Farm is conveniently located to the towns of Hodges and Ware Shoals, SC. Medical care, dining and shopping are accessible in both Greenwood (15 minutes) and Greenville, SC (45 minutes)! Fishing and boating is available on nearby Lake Greenwood.

Directions

From Greenville: Take I-185 S towards Columbia for 6.6 miles. Take Exit 7 for US 25/Augusta Road toward Greenwood. Turn right and continue on US 25/Augusta Road for 28 miles toward Greenwood. Turn left onto Nation Road/State Road S-24-96 for 1 mile.

Land

Easements
Electric
Natural Gas
Telephone
Utilities

Number of Ponds (water 1-5 acres)
2-5

Property Tax Exemption
No

Topography
Bottom
Rolling

Game
Dove
Ducks
Turkey
Whitetail Deer

Number of Wells
2

Road Frontage Desc
Asphalt

Lot Description
Acreage
Tank/Pond

Present Use
Residential Single

Street/Utilities
Septic
Well

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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John Stillwell

Jenks Inc. Realty

959 Mauldin Road, Suite 102
Greenville, SC 29607

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