±10.89 AC. Lincreek Drive Columbia, South Carolina. Site. Property Features. For Sale. Tom Milliken

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1 For Sale ±10.89 AC Site ive Columbia, South Carolina Tombo Milliken Tom Milliken Property Features ±10.89 AC on ive near Lake Murray Water and sewer in area Wooded Sale Price: $196,020 ($18,000 per A/C) THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN HAS BEEN GIVEN TO US BY THE OWNER OF THE PROPERTY OR OTHER SOURCES WE DEEM RELIABLE. WE HAVE NO REASON TO DOUBT ITS ACCURACY, BUT WE DO NOT GUARANTEE IT. ALL INFORMATION SHOULD BE VERIFIED PRIOR TO PURCHASE OR LEASE. 807 Gervais Street, Suite 301 Columbia, South Carolina

2 Location Dreher Shoals Rd Lake Murray of Richland Bro ad River Rd N Woodrow St Kennerly Rd Irmo 26 Harbison State Forest Lake Murray N Lake Dr St Andrews Rd Columbia Site Harbison Blvd St. Andrews Bush R iver Rd Seven Oaks Saluda Shoals Piney Grove Rd Seven Oaks Park UV 6 Lexington County Park., Columbia, SC 29212

3 Aerial., Columbia, SC 29212

4 2006 Infrared., Columbia, SC 29212

5 Topographical Map., Columbia, SC 29212

6 Topographical Map., Columbia, SC 29212

7 FEMA National Flood Hazard Layer., Columbia, SC 29212

8 National Wetlands Inventory National Wetlands Inventory Estuarine and Marine Deepwater Estuarine and Marine Wetland Freshwater Emergent Wetland Freshwater Forested/Shrub Wetland Freshwater Pond Lake Riverine., Columbia, SC 29212

9 Soil Survey CvA CeB CeC CeC CeB., Columbia, SC d

10 Map Unit Description (Brief, Generated) Lexington County, South Carolina [Minor map unit components are excluded from this report] Map unit: CeB - Cecil fine sandy loam, 2 to 6 percent slopes Component: Cecil (100%) The Cecil component makes up 100 percent of the map unit. Slopes are 2 to 6 percent. This component is on hillslopes on uplands. The parent material consists of clayey residuum weathered from granite. Depth to a root restrictive layer is greater than 60 inches. The natural drainage class is well drained. Water movement in the most restrictive layer is moderately high. Available water to a depth of 60 inches is moderate. Shrink-swell potential is low. This soil is not flooded. It is not ponded. There is no zone of water saturation within a depth of 72 inches. Organic matter content in the surface horizon is about 0 percent. Nonirrigated land capability classification is 2e. This soil does not meet hydric criteria. Map unit: CeC - Cecil fine sandy loam, 6 to 10 percent slopes Component: Cecil (100%) The Cecil component makes up 100 percent of the map unit. Slopes are 6 to 10 percent. This component is on hillslopes on uplands. The parent material consists of clayey residuum weathered from granite. Depth to a root restrictive layer is greater than 60 inches. The natural drainage class is well drained. Water movement in the most restrictive layer is moderately high. Available water to a depth of 60 inches is moderate. Shrink-swell potential is low. This soil is not flooded. It is not ponded. There is no zone of water saturation within a depth of 72 inches. Organic matter content in the surface horizon is about 0 percent. Nonirrigated land capability classification is 3e. This soil does not meet hydric criteria. Survey Area Version: 12 Survey Area Version Date: 12/23/2013 Page 1

11 Map Unit Description (Brief, Generated) Lexington County, South Carolina Map unit: CvA - Craven fine sandy loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes Component: Craven (96%) The Craven component makes up 96 percent of the map unit. Slopes are 0 to 2 percent. This component is on marine terraces on coastal plains. The parent material consists of clayey marine deposits. Depth to a root restrictive layer is greater than 60 inches. The natural drainage class is moderately well drained. Water movement in the most restrictive layer is moderately high. Available water to a depth of 60 inches is moderate. Shrink-swell potential is low. This soil is not flooded. It is not ponded. A seasonal zone of water saturation is at 24 inches during January, February, March, April, December. Organic matter content in the surface horizon is about 2 percent. Nonirrigated land capability classification is 2w. This soil does not meet hydric criteria. Survey Area Version: 12 Survey Area Version Date: 12/23/2013 Page 2