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Listing # :20194579
Single Family RESIDENTIAL
Address:
181 W Shepherds Way
Seneca, SC 29678
Area: Seneca
County: Oconee
SquareFeet:
2750-2999 Lot Size:Over 10
Bedrooms:
4 Subdivision:
Baths:
full: 3
Age: 31-50 Years
Acreage Range: Over 10 Half Baths: 1
Agent Remarks:
An Up Country sheep/horse farm with a Low Country inspiration. 41.9 acres of gently rolling Oconee County pasture and woods with ready access to the Upstate communities of Anderson, Clemson, Seneca and the I-85 corridor which provides convenient communication to Greenville and Atlanta. Formerly the home of a South Carolina, prize-winning, black-faced, registered Suffolk ewe, approximately 60% of the tract remains in grass which is currently divided into three fenced pastures each provisioned with water and ready to accept new stock. The modern four bedroom, 3 and half bath, custom home with its in-ground pool, 30 x 40 barn/tractor shed (easily divided into three horse stalls with adjoining tack room) and historic well sit astride these pastures on a knoll populated with pecan and cottonwood trees. A woodland trail winds its way through the balance of the tract; a woods surrounding a secluded, well stocked pond that can flood up to two acres.



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