5889 Scotch Road, Patrick, Chesterfield County, South Carolina Ranch Farm For Sale 5889 Scotch Road, Patrick, SC 29584
One of the finest ranches available in the area. While it’s most recent use has been a livestock ranch, it endows many opportunities.
Bordered by State Forest Lands and sitting nearly a half mile from public roads, this secluded ranch with sweeping views of Sugarloaf Mountain, boasts diverse landscapes of rolling pastures, open areas, timber stands, 1.5 mile of creeks, perimeter fencing, and a 3 bed|2 bath home overlooking a beautiful acre plus pond.
Formerly operated as a successful sheep & goat ranch, one could continue as a livestock ranch or take advantage of other freedoms.
Enjoyed is an 1800+|- sq ft, 3 bedroom-2 bath home with an open flow. Open the double glass doors and revel in the cross breezes and the songs of nature. Get cozy with warming heat from the wood burning stove and let the flow with ease through multiple doorways to concrete patios that present views of hillsides, nearby mountain, pond, forest, and the occasional glimpse of meandering wildlife.
The livestock capability and infrastructure include multiple fenced & cross fenced pastures with barns and well water.
For the equestrian minded, you’ll appreciate pastures as well in addition to the interior roads for horseback riding.. not to mention the nearby miles of sandy roadway that many enjoy a ride.
For farming, see our attached soil report to get an idea of crops known to be successful in this area including corn, soybean, watermelon, peanuts, small grains, tobacco, pines and more. Given the sandy soil, one could favor a vineyard or fruit tree grove.
If hunting is more you sport, consider that this property has not had hunting pressure in nearly 10 years. Wildlife viewed on the ranch include bear, turkey, deer, quail, waterfowl, and small game.
Maybe hiking or off-roading is more your fix, you’d appreciate the many interior roads and paths through varying terrain to test your skills.
Fishing in the pond, we’re told, is fantastic so tight lines are expected. Or maybe a leisurely paddle in a canoe to take in the surrounding sights.
If entertaining is on your mind, this property excels. With the home, the land, the wildlife, the water and bonuses, entertain is done with ease and much content.
If off grid living is of interest, with the hills and hillside you could build out a wind farm and solar farm.
Given the property’s attributes one might consider other income opportunities such as:
- shooting sports
- hunting preserve
- event rental
- vacation rental
- u-pick farm
- corporate retreat
- rehab facility
- bottled water
Additionally, with it’s varied landscape, features, and potential, one could explore the many programs and cost shares available through USDA and other entities.
Whether as a legacy property, investment, recreational or other, this ranch represents the best the “sandhills” has to offer.
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Creeks; 1.5 miles
Pond; 1.2 acres
Swamp; 1 acre
Wells; 3 [120 gpm], 2″ piping to pastures
Type; deer, waterfowl, turkey, quail, black bear
Existing Pasture; 60 acres
Potential Pasture; 120 acres
Home; 3 bedroom, potential 4th bedroom, 2 bath, 800 sq ft, slab built cement block construction, metal roof, wood & electric heat, portable air conditioning, well as water source, septic tank as sewage disposal.
Barns; 50′ x 150′, 100′ x 60′, 20′ x 30′
Perimeter; 3 miles
Cross Fencing; 6 miles
30 Acres; Ailey Sand – useful for growing corn, soybeans, pines, pasture land.
14 Acres; Alpin Sand – useful for growing tobacco, peanuts, watermelons, pines.
39 Acres; Vaucluse Loamy Sand – useful for growing corn, cotton, small grain, soybeans, pines, pasture land.
87 Acres; Bibb Sandy Loam – useful for wildlife habitat, watershed protection, hardwood growth.
5 Acres; Pelion Loamy Sand – useful for corn, soybeans, pines, hardwoods, pasture land.
2 Acres; Woodington Sandy Loam – useful for growing corn, soybeans, small grains, pines, hardwoods, pasture land.
1 Acre; Candor Sand – useful for hardwoods, fruit trees, grapes, watermelon, soybeans, peanuts, sweet potatoes, tobacco, coastal bermuda, pines.
Mostly Hardwood Stand; 50 acres
Public Unpaved Road Frontage; .20 mile
Unpaved Interior Roads; 4 miles
Sandhill State Forest – hunting, fishing, horseback riding.
Carolina Wildlife Refuge – hunting, fishing, hiking.
H. Cooper Black Field Trial & Recreation Area – horseback riding, field trials, camping.
Cheraw State Park – golf, camping, fishing
*some mapping views indicate timber stands that have recently been harvested.
unpaved road frontage | pond | creeks | recreational | hunt | farm | ranch | livestock
5889 Scotch Road, Patrick, Chesterfield County, South Carolina Farm Ranch For Sale
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