Peace, and Tranquility are how you will feel when you step on this beautiful 144.77 acre property located about 60 minutes North of Columbia SC and South of Greenville. Privacy is another feature 1960 Mountville offers, with a deeded right of way and gated entries, you can unplug from the world on this property. Upon entering the upper gate, you will see the cabin sitting on the horizon, offering single story living with a fully finished basement. The main level has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, with a fully finished basement and full bathroom, plus a cupola. This is perfect for a Hunting Getaway or Weekend Retreat! As you pull up, a 19x12 front porch welcomes you, which invites you to enjoy morning coffee or evening drinks and watch wildlife. The beautiful pine floors throughout greet you as you enter the cabin door. The open concept works well when spending time with friends and family with additional space on the back porch for cookouts. Two nice size bedrooms, one being a suite, offers a restful night’s sleep. The full size finished basement is perfect for extra sleeping quarters or large meals, while the heated and cooled cupola on the third level has additional space and possibilities. There is also an open barn that has electricity, with 2-40 foot cargo containers anchoring each side, offering ample room for secured storage and workshop areas. The cabin is the perfect place to enjoy nature and relaxation! 1960 Mountville is not only rich in history, but also opportunity. Bordered on two sides by Belfast Plantation, which is maintained by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources as a Wildlife Management Area. This WMA is known to produce trophy bucks. The Southwest side of the property is bordered by Mudlick Creek, along which the
Revolutionary War Battle of Mudlick Creek took place. This area creates a beautiful sanctuary for birds, butterflies, wildlife (i.e. Deer, Turkey, Dove, & Quail), Pawpaw trees, and wildflowers. The land has been used for Turkey and Deer hunting throughout the years, with 7 cultivated food plots throughout the property sewn with clover and other seed varieties, and various established feeding stations. You will also find strategically placed deer ladder stands and ground blinds for the avid hunter. In the lower part of the property, there is an area that could be used for duck hunting, which sometimes floods during the winter rain season. There are also opportunities for areas to be fenced and converted into pastures. There is merchantable timber and pines throughout the property as well. The Owner has also engaged with USDA, Natural Resource Conservation Service, a program to eliminate invasive plant species, specifically Chinese Privet, in the bottom land area. This was done to create an environment favorable to native plant species (i.e. Pawpaw trees, native wildflowers). It’s truly a MUST SEE Property to Appreciate! Cabin & Barn/Cargo Containers sold ‘AS-IS’.