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Cool Branch Tract – 430 Acres in Northern Fairfield County

Cool Branch Tract - Milliken Forestry

430 Acres in Northern Fairfield County

When looking for the ideal recreational and investment-grade timberland tract, Fairfield County should be near the top of anyone’s list, and the 430 acre, Cool Branch Tract offers the perfect combination of manageable timber and outdoor enjoyment.

A Solid Investment with Immediate and Long Term Returns

As a timberland investment, the Cool Branch Tract features a variety of managed pine age classes, a well-constructed road system, operable terrain and close proximity to competitive timber markets. There are almost 100 acres of once-thinned, 17 year old pine plantations, and over a hundred acres of 1988 plantations ready for second thinning or final harvests. There are countless possibilities for developing a customized harvest strategy that meets your needs for periodic returns and investment growth. Timber volumes are available upon request.

Invest and Enjoy

Recreational potential makes the Cool Branch Tract a well-rounded pearl.  Food plots, trails & roads are in place and complement the 90 acres of natural hardwood hillsides and creek bottoms. Two clearcut areas totaling 39 acres offer the perfect opportunity to create expansive hilltop fields with new plantations on the surrounding slopes.

At only an hour’s drive to Columbia and slightly further to Charlotte, the Cool Branch Tract  is convenient and easy to reach for afternoon hunts or weekends with the family. Please call Billy McTeer at (803)309-2447 for more information.

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Our clients are saying –

"I highly recommend Milliken Forestry Company's Real Estate Services Division. They sold my property in less than 30 days after being listed! Their customer service and representation is stellar. I really felt like they knew me and my needs. Communication was done by phone, but one agent came to the closing to meet me personally! Everything they did regarding the sale of my property was above and beyond which is rare in this day and time."

Lynda B.