Sumter County, SC
The property boasts over a mile and a half of road frontage on Claremont Road with multiple entry points for the 325 acres. There is an extensive internal road system that allows access to multiple interior pond fingers, and every corner of the property. Loblolly Pines were planted in 2014 and 2015 around the entirety of the property. The pine plantations are well-stocked and will be a source of revenue in the future. A few strips of merchantable pine plantations lie within thin the younger stands and provide an immediate revenue stream.
The recreational potential for the Claremont Road Tract B is exceptional with a strong recreational component in a popular rural area. The conglomerate of fresh water stocked ponds exceeds 30 acres. The ponds provide excellent bass and bream fishing, as well as great habitat for waterfowl species. Ducks and geese are consistently seen on the water within the winter months. Several wild coveys of quail have been seen trading back and forth on the property. The young pine trees provide thick bedding cover for White-tail deer. There are a few locations where a dove field could be incorporated with minimal costs. Multiple dove fields and duck impoundments are in the neighborhood, making it an attractive site for new wildlife infrastructure.
The topography on the property suits well for multiple home-sites to sit above the ponds with an incredible view. There is an insulated two bay-door shed on the property with brand-new insulation and a new roof (as of 2020). The structure could be easily renovated into living quarters or a clubhouse with minimal cost. It overlooks one of the ponds and is also an excellent home-site.
The property is located just East of the Wateree Swamp at the headwaters of Gum Swamp Branch in Sumter County, SC. Only 20 minutes from Sumter, and a short 40- minute drive to Columbia. The neighborhood consists of several large landowners that practice Quality Deer Management, have pre-season release quail programs, and multiple dove fields close by.