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9.79 Acres in Pickens County, SC

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Discounted Cash Price

$29,950 $35,100
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Owner Financing Price

$385 For 60 Months
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Description

Looking for privacy and seclusion–Look no further! This 9.79-acre mountain property is located just off the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway 11. There are multiple possibilities for your homesite with gorgeous hilltop views. Plenty of wildlife and beautiful surroundings. Mobile homes allowed. This land is convenient to downtown Pickens, a 16-minute drive. 45 minutes SE to Greenville. There are 3 state parks close by and several lakes. Owner Financing Available. Valued at $35,100 get it for $29,950 cash.

Property Information

Parcel Size

9.79

State

South Carolina

County

Pickens

Nearest Cities

Easley

Parcel #

4164-00-07-0145

Address

Eastatoe Creek Rd – Sunset, SC 29685

Legal Description

Eastatoe Creek Rd

Features

Acres

Acres

9.79

County

County

Pickens

Access

Access

Paved

Power

Power

At Street

Water

Water

Well & Septic will need installed

Coordinates

Coordinates

34.974704, -82.802326

Zoning

Zoning

No zoning

Elevation

Elevation

1183 FT

Nearby Attractions/Cities

Pickens, SC

Tucked in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Pickens offers a wide array of interesting, fun and exciting activities, from shopping and eating to the cultural and natural resources that abound.  Here you will find people who value family, friends and a relaxed lifestyle. In Pickens, you become part of the community. The town of Pickens was founded in 1868 and named for the Revolutionary War hero General Andrew Pickens. Scottish-Irish settlers were the original inhabitants of the Pickens area, with a few traders who lived among the Cherokees. When the new Pickens was being created, Elihu Griffin offered 40 acres of his land for the courthouse; it was this land being offered for sale in the 1869 handbill. Looking for things to do in Pickens? Click here >> www.cityofpickens.com/index.asp?SEC=074EE7F9-E590-4D66-88DC-2741093A3585&Type=B_BASIC