I have a nearly-10-acre parcel of unimproved, wooded property 2 miles northwest of Ridgeway and near I-77, about 15 miles north of Columbia, on the old Cedar Tree Plantation site, and which would be ideal for someone who wanted to live off the grid (or if desired, electricity from the grid could be brought in).
This property was passed down through my family from my great-great-great grandfather, and I would be interested in using it myself, except for the fact that I am living on the west coast! So I am offering it for sale through Mark Jeffers Real Estate Company, with an asking price of $49,900.
It features a hilltop that would make a great home site with a stunning view, but is also secluded and has a stream running through the property. It has a (unpaved) easement for road access, and if you're going to build there, you'll need to get a well and a septic tank, but that should be easy with the existing topography.
The assigned address is 25 Vinings Trail, which is off Van Exem Road. In the attached overhead view, the narrow yellow lines are the property lines, and the broad yellow line shows the access easement. The parcel in question is the one labeled as belonging to Joel B. Palmer & Betty D. Palmer.
This property, and its easement, have recently had an update on their survey (all the old boundary stakes were located).
If you have questions or would like to take a look at the property, please refer to the linked MLS listing below, and you may contact my real estate broker, Chad Sloan, at the phone number or e-mail address provided in the listing.