The well maintained, highly visible 43.5 acre tract is located at the intersection of SC Hwy 6 and Sharon Church Road with a total of 940 +/- feet of road frontage on Hwy 6 and Sharon Church Rd. The 2 (two) parcels, TMS numbers 010900-05-044, 010900-05-043, are mostly planted with coastal hay. The property is fenced with 2 (two) storage buildings, available power and water well. The buildings are approximately 5,000 sq. ft. and 6,700 sq. ft. (all measurements are approximate and obtained from GIS). Property accessible for agents by appointment only with the listing agent. (Livestock may be present within the fenced area).
|Lot Size||43.52 acres|
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