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    3000 Claremont Road

    Rembert, SC 29128
    • $14,500,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 3 days
    • ID#: 21015394
    New On Site 3 Days Ago
    UPDATED: 61 min ago
    $14,500,000
    • 8
      BEDS
    • 4406
      ACRES
    • 8
      BATHS
    • 2
      1/2 BATHS
    • 6,500
      SQFT
    • $2,231
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    2016
    County:

    School Information

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    Description

    The Refuge is a 4,406-acre retreat in Sumter County with four miles of frontage on the Wateree River. The property lies in the high-end sporting district of the Wateree River Basin just north of Highway 378. The diversity of habitat from swamp to uplands, and forests to fields, makes way for a recreational mecca in the heart of the South Carolina Midlands. The upland habitat consists of four different pine stands that have all been intensively managed and could be manipulated for a pre-season quail release program. Structures include a 6,500 sq ft residence (8,200 sq ft including porches), saline pool, 3,200 sq ft guest house, 1,500 sq ft enclosed shed, and a 3,800 sq ft pole barn.The driveway meanders through mature pines for almost a mile upon approaching the lodge. Upland hunting improvements include: an 80-acre irrigated duck impoundment, 20-acre lake, 100 acres of irrigated agricultural fields and a dove field with power line. The historic duck use of the Wateree River Basin plays an integral factor in the successful hunting that takes place at The Refuge. The impoundment was originally built in the 1980's, and has had prominent success. Located just fourteen miles north of the Lake Marion headwaters, The Refuge is in a prime waterfowl region. The center-pivot irrigation systems are in place in the duck impoundment to assure crop survival throughout planting season. A variety of duck species including gadwalls, wigeon, mallards, black ducks, red heads, pintails, ring-necks, wood ducks and shovelers were all harvested from the property in the 2020-2021 season. Last season the impoundment held 6,000-8,000 birds at any given time. In years past, swans have spent extended time in the impoundment. The habitat is nothing less than first class, and as impressive as anywhere else in the state, making it a truly premier wild waterfowl destination. The Refuge has approximately 3,500 unencumbered bottomland hardwood acres. Approximately 1,000 acres are mature virgin-like hardwood stands consisting of cypress, tupelo, and oaks. The swamp is very accessible, with over 20 miles of roads and trails that wind along the river, in addition to Wateree Road which runs from Claremont Road to the river. The swamp provides a natural habitat for waterfowl, deer, wild hogs, and turkeys. Old beaver levelers are in place that can be used to manipulate water to certain areas. In years past, the impoundment has acted as a refuge for the waterfowl and most of the hunting has taken place in the swamp. This allows for more hunt days, as well as less pressure and disturbance of the ducks. This is truly a recreational paradise for the outdoorsman who loves to chase the hunt! The investment potential is significant for timber harvesting, a conservation easement, and carbon projects. The Refuge is located 15 miles from the historic town of Camden and 33 miles to Downtown Columbia. Cook Mountain, the State's 1,200-acre nature preserve, and 3,285-acre Goodwill Plantation are located directly across the river. This is the largest contiguous property that is being offered in the state of South Carolina and an incredible opportunity to own a premier property.

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    3000 Claremont Road Rembert, SC 29128

    • Price: $14,500,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 61 min ago
    • ID#: 21015394
    8
    Beds
    8
    Baths
    2
    ½ Baths
    4406
    Acres
    6,500
    SQFT
    $2,231
    $/SQFT
    2016
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    None
    County:
    Sumter
    Area:
    Out of Tri-County Area
    Elementary School:
    Out Of Area
    Middle School:
    Out Of Area
    High School:
    Out Of Area
    Property Description
    The Refuge is a 4,406-acre retreat in Sumter County with four miles of frontage on the Wateree River. The property lies in the high-end sporting district of the Wateree River Basin just north of Highway 378. The diversity of habitat from swamp to uplands, and forests to fields, makes way for a recreational mecca in the heart of the South Carolina Midlands. The upland habitat consists of four different pine stands that have all been intensively managed and could be manipulated for a pre-season quail release program. Structures include a 6,500 sq ft residence (8,200 sq ft including porches), saline pool, 3,200 sq ft guest house, 1,500 sq ft enclosed shed, and a 3,800 sq ft pole barn.The driveway meanders through mature pines for almost a mile upon approaching the lodge. Upland hunting improvements include: an 80-acre irrigated duck impoundment, 20-acre lake, 100 acres of irrigated agricultural fields and a dove field with power line. The historic duck use of the Wateree River Basin plays an integral factor in the successful hunting that takes place at The Refuge. The impoundment was originally built in the 1980's, and has had prominent success. Located just fourteen miles north of the Lake Marion headwaters, The Refuge is in a prime waterfowl region. The center-pivot irrigation systems are in place in the duck impoundment to assure crop survival throughout planting season. A variety of duck species including gadwalls, wigeon, mallards, black ducks, red heads, pintails, ring-necks, wood ducks and shovelers were all harvested from the property in the 2020-2021 season. Last season the impoundment held 6,000-8,000 birds at any given time. In years past, swans have spent extended time in the impoundment. The habitat is nothing less than first class, and as impressive as anywhere else in the state, making it a truly premier wild waterfowl destination. The Refuge has approximately 3,500 unencumbered bottomland hardwood acres. Approximately 1,000 acres are mature virgin-like hardwood stands consisting of cypress, tupelo, and oaks. The swamp is very accessible, with over 20 miles of roads and trails that wind along the river, in addition to Wateree Road which runs from Claremont Road to the river. The swamp provides a natural habitat for waterfowl, deer, wild hogs, and turkeys. Old beaver levelers are in place that can be used to manipulate water to certain areas. In years past, the impoundment has acted as a refuge for the waterfowl and most of the hunting has taken place in the swamp. This allows for more hunt days, as well as less pressure and disturbance of the ducks. This is truly a recreational paradise for the outdoorsman who loves to chase the hunt! The investment potential is significant for timber harvesting, a conservation easement, and carbon projects. The Refuge is located 15 miles from the historic town of Camden and 33 miles to Downtown Columbia. Cook Mountain, the State's 1,200-acre nature preserve, and 3,285-acre Goodwill Plantation are located directly across the river. This is the largest contiguous property that is being offered in the state of South Carolina and an incredible opportunity to own a premier property.
    Exterior Features

    Exterior Wood Siding Foundation Crawl Space Garage Parking AttachedOff-Street Parking3 Car Carport Ground Level No Lot Description CornerHighLakefrontLevelLowPondRiver AccessRiverviewRollingStreamWaterfront - ShallowWetlandsWooded10+ Acres Misc Exterior Patio - CoveredDeckPorch - Full FrontGuttersLawn WellPool - In GroundPorch - ScreenedStoopWorkshopPorch - Front Porch Roof Metal Single Family Detached Style RanchTraditional Stories Multi-Story2 Stories

    Interior Features

    Cooling Central Fireplace BedroomFamily RoomLiving RoomThreeWood Burning Floors Wood Green Features Tankless Water Heater Heat GasSolar Master Bedroom Ceiling FanDownstairsMultiple ClosetsOutside AccessWalk-In Closets Misc Interior Ceilings - 9'+Ceiling - BeamedCeiling - Cathedral/VaultedKitchen IslandSkylightWalk-In Closets Rooms Eat-In-KitchenFamilyFormal LivingFoyerGreatLaundryLiving/Dining ComboMother-In-Law SuiteOfficePantrySeparate DiningStudySunUtility

    Property Features

    Amenities Boat RampTrash Pickup New Owned Pre-Owned Subsection None Water Sewer SepticWell

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    Real estate listing marked with the CTMLS logo or an abbreviated logo are provided courtesy of the Charleston Trident MLS Broker Reciprocity Database. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS or The Cassina Group, LLC. Data last updated: 2021-06-12T13:31:30.443.
     
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