A Remarkable Property for the Prudent Timberland Investor
The Hough-Parker Tract is an ideal property for the experienced timberland investor. The 294-acre tract features over 90 acres of 25 year-old pine and 20 acres of natural pine/hardwood stands that are also 25 years old, with both stands contributing significant timber volume and value. More than 180 acres of natural hardwoods are 26-28 years old and quickly transitioning to merchantability and measurable tons. Paved road frontage on Little Lynches Rd. and a well-developed interior road system support management access and extend harvesting opportunities during wet weather. The property is located within attractive haul distances of several wood using facilities.
Variety for the Hunter and the Game
The hardwood bottoms along a mile of frontage on Little Lynches River hold deer and invite the hunter to a classic South Carolina bottomland hunt. The upland pine acres offer the opportunity to immediately improve habitat diversity. Whether you choose to thin or clearcut the pine, or some combination of the two, you'll be taking steps to improve cover and forage quality while tailoring the property to the hunt you want.
Close Enough for Hands-On Management
With Columbia and Florence both an hour away, and Camden only 30 minutes, the Hough-Parker Tract is easily reached by Interstate 20 or US Highway 1.
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I-20E to Kershaw County, Take exit 98. Take Us-1 North.