The Borden Tract is a super timberland investment with possibilities for HBU development or division into mini-farm home sites. The tract offers excellent long-term timber production with mature plantation pine and young premerchantable loblolly stands set and growing well for future income. This quality timberland investment is a great place to park some money securely.
The bulk of this property is uplands/rolling hills with good soils in the northern part of Sumter County. The equestrian influence from Camden, home of the Carolina Cup Steeple Chase, makes this an attractive area for horse stables and riding. A very nice place in the country to build your dream home to enjoy the fruits with family and friends.
Alternately, this tract offers possibilities for several mini-farm home sites or multiple lot subdivision strategy. It’s very near Shaw Air Force Base and the home of the Third Army. With loads of paved road frontage along New Hope Church Road (S-43-263) and Cimmaron Road (S-43-266), this could be subdivided for development and HBU (Higher Better Use) pricing. Currently, this is a first-rate choice for timberland production with opportunities in the near future that only land ownership can provide.
American Forest Management is pleased to offer this Borden Tract in its aggregate of ±158 acres, or the owners will consider a sale in large portions noted as Tracts A or B. (Survey as needed to be paid for by the buyer.) Hunting for deer and turkey should be excellent.
Property Use: The Borden Tract offers opportunities for timberland investment, equestrian, hunting/recreation, development, and mini-farm uses.
Tax Map No 140-000-2009
The Borden Tract is just south of Camden and Interstate 20 and east of US Hwy. 521 near the Borden Community. From Sumter, take US Hwy. 521 north past Rembert (home of Lilfred’s Restaurant) to Pisgah Road (S-43-20) and turn right. Go approximately one mile and turn right onto New Hope Church Road. The property sits at the intersection of New Hope Church and Cimmaron Roads. (See location map.)