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  • Price$49,000
  • Acres15.00

384 Azalea Patch Road, Ruffin

This small tract located near Ruffin, SC in Colleton County could be purchased for a variety of uses, including but not limited to: hunting, timber, rural homesite, and general recreation. It sits in a nice, quiet rural area on Azalea Patch Rd, just off of Bells Hwy 64 between Walterboro and Ruffin. The property is currently used for deer hunting and has been planted in loblolly pine trees for future income. The trees were planted in January of 2014. There are several roads and fire lines in place. The tract is surrounded by several nice larger parcels used for a variety of farming, timber growing, and recreation.

Directions:From Walterboro, travel north on Hwy 15 N, Jeffries Blvd for approximately 0.7 miles. Turn left onto SC 64 Bells Hwy and travel west for 8.2 miles. Turn left onto Azalea Patch Rd, and the destination is approximately 1/4 mile on your right. 384 Azalea Patch Rd.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #163994
  • Price$49,000
  • Acres15.00
  • TypeLand
  • Sub-TypeAcreage/Farm Plantation
  • StatusActive


  • Is WaterfrontYes
  • WaterfrontNone
  • Golf CommunityN

Community Information

  • Address384 Azalea Patch Road
  • AreaAdjacent Counties
  • SubdivisionColleton Co.
  • CityRuffin
  • CountyColleton
  • StateSC
  • Zip Code29475

Additional Information

  • ZoningAgricultural

Additional Features:

  • Documents On File Aerial Photo, Topography Map
  • Topography Low Level
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