Wow, what a fantastic and rare opportunity. This 28.4 acres inside the city limits has everything necessary for the perfect urban farm. Property is minutes from downtown Anderson, easy, almost direct access to Greenville via Hwy 29, short drive to Belton, It’s just here waiting for you to jump on this deal. There are 3 stands, the first one is 21 arable (dry) acres. It was thinned in 2011 Stand 2 and 3 are 7 acres of wetland/floodplain. The actual "wetlands" are only about 3 acres but the balance of the 7 includes the 100 year floodplain as well as a hardwood tree buffer around the wetland to improve water quality going to Rocky River. The wetland area has been stewarded to improve water quality and promote diverse wildlife. From various types of wildlife and some aquatic life including crawfish, turtles, frogs and several species of migrating waterfowl. This parcel is currently zoned Heavy Industrial, but is registered and taxed as a Silvo Pasture (agricultural). Property has a stormwater fee paid to the City 700-800 annually. This property has 1300 of railroad frontage and 436 feet on Crowther Dr.. Sewer line crosses the property in the back.
00 Crowther Drive
Sep 23, 2019 (567 days)
1,237,104 sqft / 28.40 acres (approx)
Creek, Trees – Hardwood, Trees – Mixed, Wooded
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Listing courtesy of Katie Tillman @ BuyHartwellLake, LLC.
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00 Crowther Drive
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