Aiken County, SC
The New Bridge Road Tract is an investment-grade timberland property in central Aiken County. A very efficient property, it has more than 85% of the total tract available for continued timber production and over 75 acres of thinned 17-year-old planted pines. The property has a somewhat rare combination of productive soils that are also very well drained, providing excellent tree growth characteristics and an enhanced window of opportunity for harvesting operations. Management access is facilitated by a deeded 20’ wide easement to New Bridge Road, with close proximity to Interstate 20, US Highway 1 and SC Highway 4.
The New Bridge Road Tract offers a variety of land use and management opportunities. The gentle topography is suitable for continued timber production but could easily be converted to game patches or pasture. The power-line right-of-way provides more than 7 acres of open land ideally situated in the center of the property and perfect for a dove field and food plots. Natural hardwoods along Clear-water Branch offer shaded trail rides and beautiful afternoon hunts. An old home site on the property already has an electrical service line run from New Bridge Rd. For the equestrian enthusiasts, you can walk to the nearby New Bridge Polo & Country Club to take in an afternoon tournament.
Situated in the heart of Aiken Horse Country, the New Bridge Road Tract is only a 10-minute drive to Aiken. From there, Lexington and Columbia are less than an hour away and Augusta is a quick 30-minute ride.