Sharpes Hill Road, Gaston, South Carolina 29053
Type: Timberland | Hunting Land
Lexington County, SC
Total Price: $43,800
Sharpes Hill Road, Gaston, SC 29053
This lightly wooded, Lexington County acreage could be groomed into a hobby farm, equestrian property or country estate where one can enjoy a rural environment and meandering wildlife.
The parcel is a short drive from amenities and has paved road frontage on Sharpes Hill Road.
The property lies approximately 4 miles southwest of Gaston SC. Gaston region is home to Peachtree Rock Heritage Preserve, an area that holds several unique stone formations.
Gaston, Lexington County, South Carolina Land For Sale
Tom received B.S. and M.F. degrees in Forestry from Clemson University. After several years with the forest industry, Tom founded his forestry consulting firm in 1982. He operated as a sole proprietor for three years before incorporating a larger firm formerly known as Henderson & Major, Inc. Tom served as president of Henderson & Major, Inc. for nineteen years prior to establishing Henderson & Associates in 2004, where he served as Partner and President. In 2020, Tom divested ownership in the firm and now operates in the role of President Emeritus.
Tom is a Registered Forester in North and South Carolina, has earned the “ACF” designation of the Association of Consulting Foresters, and holds the “Certified Forester” designation of the Society of American Foresters. He is a licensed South Carolina Real Estate Broker and a South Carolina Certified General Real Estate Appraiser.
Tom is also a U.S Army veteran having served in Vietnam and the Desert Storm Operation. He served on active duty and retired with over 29 years of service from the SC Army National Guard as a brigadier general.
Tom has had the privilege of serving as a board member for the SC Forestry Association, the Newberry County Memorial Hospital, and the Newberry Soil & Water Conservation District. During his tenure as a SC Forestry Association board member, he served as the association’s treasurer twice. Tom has also been active in the Association of Consulting Foresters and served as its SC chairman from 2008-2010.
Tom is also a timberland owner and enjoys spending most of his Saturdays working to improve his properties’ appearance and productivity. He enjoys hunting quail, ducks and doves and has a loyal Labrador retriever, Luke, to fetch ducks and doves.
Family includes his wife, Roberta, a son LT, a daughter-in-law, Brandon, and two grandchildren, Sylvie and Rhett.