1,733 Acres | $2,166,250
Hickory Preserve is located in Chester County only 25 miles from Rock Hill and Fort Mill. It is also only 35 miles from Charlotte, NC. The property adjoins the East side of I-77 with frontage on SC Hwy 901. There is paved road access from both Appaloosa Drive and Martin Grave road- both access points are gated.
The tract has extensive hardwood timber- both upland and bottomland- that supports abundant populations of well-managed wildlife habitats for many game and non-game species. Upland hardwood consists of White and Red Oak as well as Hickory. Natural pine areas along with the bottomland riparian zones support wildlife sustainability.
An advantage that Hickory Preserve has is that Rocky Creek forms the southern property boundary for over one mile. A smaller river that flows through the property adds tremendous recreational opportunities- waterfowl hunting, paddle-sports (canoeing, kayaking), and float or bank fishing. Perennial and intermittent streams provide year-round water supply to support wildlife and hardwood stream-side management zones. All streams flow into the larger Rocky Creek River.
Hickory Preserve has a long history of well-managed White-Tailed deer and wild-turkey populations. It consists of dozens of acres of food plots and wildlife openings that provide a turn-key opportunity for the new owner to polish their own vision for the open tillable fields. The current hunt club has implemented the practices necessary to grow and manage trophy whitetail bucks sustainably.
The tract is suitable for establishing a getaway retreat or primary estate residence.
Nowhere else in the SC Upstate Piedmont can one enter into a sizeable and manageable wildlife property for this price point per acre!
Access is by appointment only. Tract is leased for hunting.