±207.83 Acres - Lake Russell Farm

830 Mill Creek Road, Iva, SC 29655

Property Features

This secluded hunting & recreational tract lies in the heart of the Upper Savannah River Basin along the banks of Lake Russell. A very well maintained road system offers great access to twelve quality food plots strategically located throughout the property. A deep, spring fed pond (1+/- acre) sits above a large creek that runs through a beautiful 2-3 acre bottom area along the southern boundary line. This creek bottom is very open and has tremendous potential for a duck impoundment. Another unique feature on the property is an abandoned Right-of-Way (ROW) that bisects the property for approximately 1/2 mile. The ROW is 50+/- feet wide and follows the rolling topography on top of the ridges and down into the bottoms ... ideal locations for setting up on big rutting bucks in the fall and old strutting toms in the spring. Hub and spoke stands have also been implemented as well as thriving stands of switch grass. The interior of an old home near the entrance has been remodeled allowing for overnight stays and there are also two sheds and a large commercial storage container on the property.

Property Details

  • Second Price Reduction~
  • Anderson County Tax Map # 830001001
  • Asking Price: $3,350/acre
  • The property has 3/4 mile of frontage on Lake Russell with excellent rolling topography, a mixture of pine and hardwood, and an excellent bottom area for a potential duck impoundment
  • 1+/- acre pond
  • 12+/- food plots one of which is 2+/- acres and has been planted as a dove field in the past
  • 50'+/- wide abandoned ROW bisects the property for just under 1/2 mile
  • Excellent internal road system provides access to the entire property
  • Two room house with full bathroom and kitchen that sleeps six
  • Two open-air sheds one of which has power with a walk-in cooler, outdoor sink, and stove
  • Commercial steel storage container (insulated)
  • Located approximately ten minutes from the town of Iva, thirty minutes from Anderson, and one hour from Greenville