At the intersection of Hwy 130 and Dock Road, take Dock Road east for approximately 1.5 miles and the property is situated at the Clifton's Landing road sign on both sides of the road.This unique and scenic property with frontage on the Waccamaw River has 4 acres of open land and 49 acres of woodlands. 34 acres in the 53 acre parcel are in a conservation easement. Along the river, Cypress trees with magnificent Cypress knees dominate the landscape. There is a primitive boat landing to launch kayaks and canoes with access to paddle the river to Georgetown, S.C. Recreation dominates the best use for this property with opportunities for hunting, fishing, boating, target and skeet shooting, bird watching and photography. The natural habitat is home to White Tail deer, waterfowl, turkey and small game. Across the river with access by small boat is more than 1,700 acres of public gamelands.The property has a partially completed 20' x 25' cabin built on stilts centrally located on the property with water,sewer and electricity. There is a 20' x 24' storage shed conveniently located next to the cabin.The property is divided into two parcels on both sides of Dock Road. The larger parcel is approximately 48.64 acres on the south side of Dock Road and the smaller parcel is 5 acres to the north. Both parcels offer several areas for deer stands or wildlife viewing.Developing the property as a commercial campground is a possibility subject to Columbus County flood zone and development ordinances. There are several possible homesites subject to perk test evaluation and county flood zoneordinances. There is cleared land near the cabin with room for horses, goats and hobby farming.You need to tour this property to appreciate its unique natural features and potential. Property with access to the Waccamaw River in tracts this size is getting harder and harder to find.
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