Orangeburg, SC Orangeburg Country Land 3. acre for sale in Orangeburg, SC

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3.4 Acre Lot in a subdivision with large pond!



Peaceful 3.4 acre lot for sale in a nice subdivision in Orangeburg County, SC. This subdivision has few restrictions and has a large pond for property owners. Mobile homes are allowed.



Multiple lots available.



The Low Country of South Carolina is truly GOD's Country, once you have gotten your property. The actives in the outdoors in the Low Country are endless. If you need more deer hunting the options are endless there many clubs for Still and or Dog Hunting found in all Low Country Countries. In the Low Country of SC the outdoor activities are endless. Whether fishing on the Santee Lakes in the summer, trail riding in the spring, hunting in the fall or hiking or driving the two-lane roads of the ACE basin in the winter, there is something for everyone!



In January enjoy the Low Country tradition of hunting for bob white quail, in February head to the Tailrace Canal for a little shad fishing, in June and July enjoy the great fishing on the Santee Lakes in Orangeburg and Calhoun counties, in September take a trip to Edisto for saltwater fishing for reds and trout, in early September there is opening day of dove season and in November, just as deer season slows down, the ACE Basin offers some great duck hunting. Whether you are looking for property to hunt, fish, farm or a place where you can build a home or secluded getaway to enjoy all that nature has to offer, Cecil at Mossy Oak Properties SC Land and Farms can use his 35 years of experience in real estate and his local knowledge to help you find the perfect place to fit your specific needs.



For more information on this and other Residential Land For Sale in Orangeburg County SC, call Cecil Lachicotte at 843-209-0711, email cecil@mossyoakproperties.com or visit www.mopsc.com.

  • Price: $15,000

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