Fairforest Tract is productive timberland with big creeks diverse wildlife habitat. The property has about 100 acres of 2015 planted pine, and just under 100 acres of 2000 planted pine with second thinning completed recently. There are 75 acres of hardwood, mostly in creek bottoms with large yellow poplars, green ash, and maples. A large powerline right-of-way estimated at 7 about acres of open ground and a few small food plots are scattered along roads.
Fairforest Creek is a very large creek which runs along the western boundary. Swink Creek is a major tributary that runs through the land. Quail, rabbits, doves, turkey and deer are all on site. This property is an excellent mix of forest ages, habitat types, and water sources.
The price reflects the standing timber value. The land has been in a timber management program for decades with improved loblolly pine planted, fertilized, and thinned. Attachments include timber stand map, volume summary, and management history.
The property has great access off Meansville Road which runs through the tract for more than half a mile. About 74 acres lie on the east side of the road, and about 210 acres on the west between the road and Fairforest Creek. Internal roads and trails give access across the property. Location is about 7 miles from Union, 19 miles from Spartanburg, 49 miles from Greenville, and 50 miles from Rock Hill. All distances are approximate road miles to center of town.
From Jonesville, SC, at the intersection of Depot Street and Main Street (Hwy 9), go south on Main Street for 1.2 miles
Bear right onto Hwy 18 (Jonesville Hwy), go straight for 0.9 miles
Turn right onto New Hope Church Road, continue on New Hope Road crossing straight over Hwy 176 and passing Jonesville middle / elementary school
After 3.2 miles on New Hope Road, it will intersect with Meansville Road
Turn right onto Meansville Road and go straight for1/4 mile
Look for For Sale signs on both sides of the road