This 340-acre property falls off the upland ridges above the Coosawhatchie River down into flatlands formerly planted in rice. It’s 100+ acres of very private, controlled grain and timber impoundments were an immediate draw for ducks in the first year of construction. Pintails, teal, ringnecks, and plenty of wood ducks have been abundant. The duck ponds are fenced, the road and dike systems are in great shape, and the property has power and large wells in place. Upland hunting is solid, with some impressive whitetails taken along with plenty of turkeys. Additional contiguous land may be available.