Big Dam Farm is just outside of Andrews, South Carolina in Georgetown County and features a mix of open fields, timber, and spring-fed swamplands. Entering on Big Dam Swamp Road, the farm road follows the tree line of the approximately 20-acre field. The eastern portion of the tract is wooded, with some areas of timberlands recently harvested. Much of the eastern portion of the property is the run of Big Dam Swamp, which is filled with water year-round. South of the property is the Black River Cypress Preserve (cypresspreserve.org), a 1,000 acre privately-owned nature preserve on the banks of the Black River. For the sportsman, Big Dam Farm checks all the boxes. The front field has been a popular spot for turkey and dove hunts over the years. The owners have harvested several deer on the property from tree stands. And Big Dam Swamp is a haven for wild ducks during winter months. Red’s Landing (4 minutes) offers public access to the narrow waters of Black River, while Pea House Landing (5 minutes) provides access to deep water of Black River that is navigable to Georgetown and Winyah Bay. Electricity is available on the tract.
Listing courtesy of Listing Agent: Robert McCants () from Listing Office: Tidewater Properties.
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