The White Oak Woods tract is located in northern Fairfield County SC, in the historic White Oak community. Situated between Charlotte and Columbia just off I-77. It features scenic, paved road frontage to the tract's north and south, giving it a unique protected footprint with an aspect of seclusion that is getting hard to find in South Carolina. The north side has over a mile of Patrick Road frontage, and the south side has close to a half of a mile of Mobley Road frontage, with a total of three gated entrances. The tract has over 3.5 miles of well-placed interior roads that can get you close to where you want to be, but still allowing areas of remoteness for folks that want to get lost. Two separate custom built metal bridges crossing Gaydens Creek, allowing you to drive through the tract's interior from the Mobley Road all the way to the Patrick Road.
The tract has over 589 acres of merchantable pine plantation and 185 acres of pre-merchantable pine plantation. The tract has over150 acres of absolutely beautiful hardwood bottoms. Lots of running water, huge red oaks, white oaks and other hardwoods, also over a mile of Gaydens Creek bisects the heart of the property. The tract has an excellent wildlife population. With lots of deer, turkeys, hogs and even fox squirrels. At last count, there were11wildlife food plots in place, and lots of wide roadsides that also could be planted. From high pine covered hills to beautiful hardwood bottoms, this a special tract. The description does not do this tract justice. It needs to be seen to be truly appreciated. Potential for Conservation Easement.
Estimated timber values will be available soon. Some subdividing may be possible.
Please call Kerry Brewer at with any questions or for a showing.
Directions to Ranch
From Charlotte, take I-77 south to exit 48(Hwy 200) turn right onto Hwy 200, travel 1.8 miles. Take another right onto the Patrick Road and travel 4.5 miles. The tract will be on the left side of the road. There are two gated entrances off the Patrick Road that allow access. To access the south side of the tract, stay on Hwy 200 and take a right onto the Mobley Hwy. Travel 3.9 miles and the tract will be on the right. There is one access road with a gate off the Mobley Hwy.
From Columbia, take I-77 north to exit 46(Camp Welfare Road). Take left onto the Camp Welfare Road heading west. When you cross over Hwy 200 the road name changes to the Mobley Hwy. Keep traveling and the tract will be on the right, just before you get to the White Oak Conference Center. The tract is approximately 6 miles from I-77.