Satcher Tract A - PERC TESTS APPROVED
Type: Residential | Acreage | Timberland | Hunting Land
Newberry County, SC
Total Price: $91,500
Great opportunity for your own hunting land or acreage to build upon near Lake Murray, Prosperity, Chapin, and more!
PERC TESTS HAVE RECENTLY BEEN PASSED FOR THIS PROPERTY!!
Swing by and check out Satcher Tract A, located on St. Luke's Church Road just west of the town of Prosperity. Tract A is 19.04 acres and is heavily wooded with mature timber, a great investment that will grow for future income. The quiet town of Prosperity is the perfect place to build your dream home with plenty of space, and you can still be close to it all with only a 15 minute drive to Newberry and 30 minutes to Chapin! Be on the lake in 10 minutes when you put in at Black's Bridge Landing - only 7 miles away. Don't miss out on this chance to own your own gorgeous piece of property!!
See attachments for perc test.
Satcher Tract A includes Newberry County Tax Map number 411-47
Ronnie, President and owner of Henderson & Associates, Inc., is a licensed South Carolina Real Estate Broker and has been a part of the firm since its establishment in 2004. He is a member of the Saluda, Lexington, and Kershaw County Landowner’s Associations, The South Carolina Forestry Association, and is an affiliate member of the Association of Consulting Foresters. Through his years of experience he has gained extensive knowledge in the areas of buying and selling land, and timberland management.
A native of Hartsville, South Carolina, Ronnie is a 1984 graduate of Horry-Georgetown Technical College in Conway where he earned an Associate’s Degree in Forest Technology. Prior to joining Henderson and Associates in 2004, Ronnie worked for over 8 years for the forest industry in the field of procurement, and 11 years of experience in the realm of forest consulting. Ronnie has been married to his wife, Donna, for over 25 years. Together they have two sons: Benjamin, a recent graduate of Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science in Forest Technology, and Brandon, who attends Anderson College.