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EdBaxley.com

Hello, Thank you for your interest in Camden and Kershaw County. As a community that traces its roots back to the early 1730's we are proud of our history and excited about our future. The four generations of my family that call Camden home cause me to take a deep personal interest in ensuring that people who are exposed to our town and countryside come to love it as much as we do. Whether you desire an older home in our downtown Historic District, a farm for horses, or a home in one of the established neighborhoods close to the commuting arteries of the county I believe my background in Camden and the Olde English District of South Carolina will serve you well. I look forward to the opportunity.
Undeveloped
JoeJohnsonRd

+/- 128 acres of undeveloped beauty. This property is a pleasant blend of young Longleaf Pine plantation and hardwood bottom. Abundant deer and turkey make this property a hunter's paradise. Pond site pre-bored.

Residential
128Welsh

128 Welsh Street in the beautiful Sunnyhill subdivision. Large, attractive new construciton, bank owned, FROG has closet and qualifies as 4th BR, huge master suite w/private porch.

Commercial
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631 - 645 Rutledge Street: Up to six separate storefront shops or offices located in the heart of downtown Camden.

Highlights

March 28, 2015

“CAROLINA CUP"

Horses, History, and Hospitality!

Gates Open At 9:00am; Post Time 1:30pm
The Carolina Cup race-meeting is a time honored South Carolina tradition that has achieved premier social event status. The annual 'rites of spring' draws over 65,000 fans from throughout the southeast, to enjoy the thrilling sport of steeplechase horse racing amid a flurry of spring fashions and elaborate tailgate parties. From our Hospitality Terrace to College Park, old friends meet and new friends are made during the afternoon of six races.
Carolina Cup Website

Contact Info
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Ed Baxley
Camden, SC 29020
Email: ed@edbaxley.com

Phone: (803) 243-0489
Fax: (803) 713-0577