Looking for an affordable Hobby Farm or Hunting Property for Sale in Jones County NC! This farm consists of 16 acres of PRIME farm land and 59.5 acres of a healthy hardwood and pine mix. There is deeded access off Mayfield Rd, just outside of Trenton, NC. This farm has excellent hunting for deer and turkey and is income producing through cash rent. Call today this one won’t last long!
75.5 acre Farm and Timberland for Sale in Jones County NC! Outstanding Agricultural Investment Property! This farm consists of 16 acres of PRIME farm land and 59.5 acres of timber a majority of which is in Hardwoods with mixed in pines on the southern edge. Access is deeded off Mayfield Rd, just outside of Trenton, NC. This farm has tremendous potential for a Hobby Farm, Hunting Property, Horse Farm or a quiet weekend getaway.
There are two other parcels available as well. The entire farm (all three parcels) has 195 acres of prime tillable soils, with the main farm lands having almost 7/10’s of a mile of road frontage on Hwy 58, just south of Trenton, NC. The main farm and the northern farm and timber lands share frontage and access off Mayfield Rd. The main farm consists of 144 ac of prime farm land with frontage on both roads, the Northern farm (78.5 acres) has 32 acres of farm land and the Western farm &75.5 acres) has 16 acres of farm land, all planted in Tobacco for the 2107 season.
You can enjoy excellent hunting for deer, turkey and the occasional bear. The small sections of swamp along the borders hold great populations of wood duck and geese. We saw dozens of turkey and deer tracks around the field edges with rubs and scrapes just inside the woods line surrounding the perimeter of the farm field. The shape of the cleared land allows for several strategic set up locations, perfect for ambushing that big buck as he makes his way out into the crops.
The picturesque Brock Mill House is nearby and is located on a 132 acres, a pond and boundary waters wind back into areas with abundant wildlife. The mill was built in the 1700s and was used to generate electricity for the town of Trenton and was later used to grind corn. The grounds are open at all times to those who want to stop by and take a walk or get a picture of the cypress trees and the geese swimming on the pond. (https://www.visitnc.com/listing/brock-mill-house-and-pond)
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We kindly request for you set up a showing appointment before entering the property. Showings are for serious inquiries only.