1807 Cokesbury Rd , Greenwood , SC, 29648

1807 Cokesbury Rd Greenwood , SC 29648

1807 Cokesbury Rd , Greenwood , SC, 29648
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1807 Cokesbury Rd , Greenwood , SC, 29648
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Amount:
$1,025,000
Last Verified:
May 03, 2019

Highlights

  • Estimated ±77.52 acres
  • Level Topography
  • All public utilities on-site
  • Spring fed pond
  • Walking distance to Greenwood High and Pinecrest Elementary Schools
  • Infill Location surrounded by well established neighborhoods

Description

SVN Blackstream is pleased to offer a development opportunity. Greenwood County has recently prospered with $130 million of outside capital investment to include the Clemson Genetic Center and Teijin Automotive among others. Following nearly 5 years of public and private investment totaling over $20 million (2011-2016), Uptown Greenwood is ripe with new businesses, artisans, retail shops, and locally owned restaurants. Uptown offers a rich history, appealing architecture, beautiful landscape, progressive business climate, and high traffic count. Numerous award winning festivals and outdoor events are held throughout the year that attract large crowds like during Festival of Flowers.

Property is situated on the Cokesbury Rd corridor that connects Hwy 25 and Uptown Greenwood. 9,400VPD Two miles from Hwy 72- the retail corridor of Greenwood. Pinecrest Elementary zoning, site is across from Greenwood High School. The site has good topography with a stocked pond. Situated in an infill location of Greenwood South Carolina, this property is between Greenville South Carolina and Augusta Georgia.

Lot Size: 77.52 acres

Map of 1807 Cokesbury Rd , Greenwood , SC, 29648

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