Fran Graham

000 Old Dobbins Bridge Road Fair Play, SC 29643

$9,200,000

Active

Acres
119
Type
Lots and Land
Status
Active
MLS#
20246858

You have just located a property with many uses! The Northbound Lane located on I-85 is 100+/- acres and the Southbound Lane is 16 +/- acres, which makes for a perfect location for your business. These tracts are approximately halfway between Atlanta, GA and Charlotte NC as well as moments from Greenville SC, Anderson SC, Clemson SC, Lavonia GA and Commerce GA, which embrace the I-85 Business Corridor. The location is minutes from Anderson, SC, which has approx 28,000 in population and a growing workforce. The Northbound lane stretches from the Exit 4 area to the next overpass with 4,131 linear feet bordering Interstate 85. If you need acreage for a trucking facility, manufacturing facility, a warehouse location, a distribution center or a car manufacturing facility just to name a few, then this is the perfect location and parcel for your business needs. This tract has access to utilities, and is also just short of an hour's drive to South Carolina Inland Port in Greer, SC. The terrain of the land has hills and valleys with pasture land from previous farm usage. It is truly a diamond in the rough waiting for your business! This tract was purchased before the inception of Interstate 85. It was divided with the larger tract on the Northbound lane and the smaller tract on the Southbound Lane. Both tracts have the same tax map number.

Listing Brokerage Name

Allen Tate Lake Keowee West

Presented By

Fran Graham

(908) 303-3784


General

Type

  • Lots and Land

Lot Description

  • Trees - Mixed
  • Gentle Slope
  • Pasture
  • Shade Trees
  • Steep Slope
  • Wooded

Acreage

  • 119

Schools

Elementary School

  • Townville Elem

Middle School

  • West Oak Middle

High School

  • Pendleton High

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Laid-back, lakefront living epitomizes the lifestyle of Fair Play, a small community nestled along Lake Hartwell near the South Carolina-Georgia border.

 

Real Estate

Homes in Fair Play enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings this rural area has to offer. From homes situated on expansive lots to lakefront homes offering scenic lake vistas, there are a myriad of Fair Play homes for sale. The neighborhoods in Fair Play are generally more established boasting canopies of beautiful trees and older homes.

 

Lifestyle and Attractions

Fair Play is a quaint rural community nestled along the South Carolina-Georgia border near Lake Hartwell. This census-designated place provides the best of laid-back country living, with plenty of surrounding farmland, lake access, and opportunities for outdoor recreation. At the 2010 census, Fair Play had a population of 687. The crown jewel of Fair Play is Lake Hartwell, a large reservoir situated on the South Carolina-Georgia line. Residents and visitors may access this beautiful lake for swimming, boating, fishing, and camping nearby.

 

Fair Play is close to I-85, providing convenient access to nearby larger cities, such as Greenville and Athens, Georgia, which are approximately 45 and 50 miles away, respectively. Residents may travel to these cities (and others, such as Spartanburg, Charlotte, or Atlanta) for dining, shopping, and other big city amenities. There are a handful of restaurants, shops, grocery stores, and other businesses scattered throughout the region surrounding Fair Play.

 

Nearby Schools and Higher Education

Fair Play is home to Fair Play Elementary School and Fair Play Christian School. Additionally, residents may access other schools, both public and private, located in the area. While there are no institutions for higher learning in Fair Play, there are several colleges and universities within reach in nearby larger cities, including Greenville and Athens.

 

History

The census-designated place of Fair Play was established in 1833. According to tradition, it was named Fair Play when a bystander urged two brawling pioneers to “play fair”. The community is located in Oconee County, which was created in 1868 and named for the Cherokee word meaning “water eyes of the hills”. The railroad played a major role in the development of the region, as the Blue Ridge Railroad connected Anderson with Walhalla in 1859.

 

Approximate Distance to:

 

Greenville: 44.5 Miles

Athens, GA: 51.5 Miles

 

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 55 Miles

 

Hospitals:

  • Oconee Memorial Hospital: 14.5 Miles
  • AnMed Health: 19 Miles
 

Major Highway:

  • I-85: 1 Mile

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Presented By

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