220 Hatten Road
Anderson SC 29621
Lots/Land / Acreage/Farm
Wright Elem, Belton Middle, Bel-Hon Pth Hig

135 Acre "Hatten Farm" with 2 old homeplaces, wonderous barns, outhouse, and 2 road accesses….all bordered by Long Branch Creek. This property is currently being used as hunting land but has extreme potential for an upscale mini-farm community or private estate with the possibility of being subdivided. If walls could talk and trees could whisper, what tall tales could be told of this 135ac farm? Intrigue and wonder abound this beautiful land and homeplace which exudes mystery of it’s past life. Could this have once been hunting grounds for the Cherokee or trading posts with the Colonists….or did Revolutionary War Soldiers march along the property line and Long Branch Creek as they traveled to their battle grounds? Speculations aside, it is known that this land was once owned by the prominent C.H. Gassaway until 1905, who was later appointed as Anderson Co. Magistrate in 1909. Best of all, this property is believed to have been associated with the South Carolina Afro-American Real Estate/Land Commission when purchased from Gassaway by Tillman Hatten. Hatten forged ahead of the Civil Rights movement by being one of the earliest recorded African American land owners in Anderson Co. in what was once called Martin’s Township. Now this 135ac property boastfully carries on the Hatten name as the "Hatten Farm" on Hatten Rd. Owner will consider subdividing
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Property Type: 
Square Feet: 
0 (approx)
Lot Size: 
5,909,785 sqft / 135.67 acres (approx)
Jul 28, 2020
Elementary School: 
Wright Elem
Middle School: 
Belton Middle
High School: 
Bel-Hon Pth Hig
Lot Description: 
Creek, Cul-de-sac, Trees – Hardwood, Trees – Mixed, Level
Out Buildings: 
Barn – Equipment Barn, Barn – Livestock
Road Description: 
Paved Road
Updated: Thursday, Jan 28 2021
220 Hatten Road
Anderson, SC