Bennettsville, SC Marlboro Country Land 99. acre for sale in Bennettsville, SC

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With flooded bottomlands, open beaver ponds and upland habitats, this is a prime hunting property!



Located on Goodwin's Pond Road near Bennettsville in Marlboro County South Carolina, this is a hunter's dream property! With flooded bottomlands and open beaver ponds, this is a duck magnet in the winter. The high ground areas are prime places to kill a big buck in the fall or tom turkey in the spring. There is an excellent restaurant right around the corner for a great lunch after a morning hunt. This tract is located at the end of Goodwins Pond Road and has no road frontage, making it very secluded and private. This tract is located just minutes from Bennettsville, Laurinburg, and Hamlet. If you are looking for a prime hunting tract at a very affordable price, you need to take a close look at this one.



For a bird's eye view of this property, visit our "MapRight" mapping system. Copy and paste this link into your browser: ( https://mapright.com/ranching/maps/a3428e4f2348fce7d12b20d7180781fb/share), and then click on any of the icons to see beautiful photographs of the property taken from those locations. You can easily change the base layers to view aerial, topographic, infrared or street maps of the area.



Let Marty Lanier, a Certified Land Specialist with Mossy Oak Properties/NC Land and Farms, connect you with the right piece of land that will fill your dreams and inspire your imagination. If you are looking to buy rural land in North Carolina or South Carolina, then working with Marty Lanier is the natural choice.



"I love working with rural land, and I want to help you discover the extraordinary bond with land and wildlife that only comes with owning your own "fist full of dirt"."



For more information on this and other Hunting Land For Sale in Marlboro County SC, contact Marty Lanier at (910) 617-4326, by email at mlanier@mossyoakproperties.com , or visit our web site at www.nclandandfarms.com.

  • Price: $69,650

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