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Brockington Club is located 14 miles NW of Florence, SC along the banks of the Pee Dee River. The club has been a storied retreat for avid wing shooters including duck and dove hunters alike for many years. The property offers outdoor enthusiasts an opportunity to experience and enjoy all outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, and kayaking. With its picturesque setting, it also serves as a quiet, restful retreat. The amenities include a 2,500+/-sqft hunting lodge, complete with 5 bedrooms (all with a 1/2 bath) and two separate showers. There is a well-appointed kitchen, dining area, and a great room with a fireplace where you can relax after a long day afield. In addition, there is a separate commercial kitchen and dining hall capable of entertaining large hunting parties or family gatherings, as well as a 4 bay shed for maintenance and storage. All improvements are serviced by underground electrical lines, a deep-water well, and septic system. The property is accessed from State Road 34 and supports over 10 miles of interior roads. It is easily accessible for hunting, forestry management and farming operations. Brockington is located in a prime flyaway with over 1.7 miles of frontage along the Pee Dee River. It has consistently produced quality waterfowl hunting, in which hunters have harvested every species of duck found in the Atlantic Flyaway. Currently, there are 85 acres planted in corn and scheduled to be flooded this fall. Complementing the planted impoundments, there are excellent duck hunting opportunities in the flooded timber along Lowther's Lake which this property borders. Currently there are 217+/- acres of productive Ag land that is currently being leased to a local farmer producing cotton, soybeans, and corn on a rotational basis. Some of this acreage could be flooded for additional impoundments with some minor modifications. This lease provides annual income and provides an excellent food source for wildlife. As most avid wing shooters would expect, a great hunting property would not be complete without a dove field and Brockington will not disappoint. There is a 12-acre dove field planted in sunflowers with heads the size of a dinner plate. This field has provided many bag limits to skilled shooters. The fertile soils located along the Pee Dee River Basin are well known for high site indexes that are capable of producing extraordinarily high annual growth rates with proper timber management. Brockington is no exception. You will find a well-managed forest including varying ages of pine plantation, natural stands of pine and mixed hardwoods, as well as mature hardwood bottomland. These stands will ensure sustained revenue streams while providing a diverse habitat for bedding and browse. Brockington represents a rare opportunity to purchase a truly unique and high-quality property that will satisfy the most discerning sportsman. Presently, there are no conservation easements in place. This property is an ideal candidate for a conservation-minded buyer looking to take advantage of this opportunity.