175 Acres of Pristine Bladen County Timberland with rolling terrain along Cape Fear River. A true hunter’s paradise!
The Cape Fear River is one of the longest and largest watersheds in the entire state with varied terrain from its origin in Chatham County all the way to Southport where it empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Right along the banks of the mighty Cape Fear lies the 175-acre Owen Hill River Tract in rural Bladen County. With nearly 2,500 feet of unspoiled river frontage, this tract is the crown jewel for the hunter, camper, equestrian, hiker, fisherman, or just the timberland investor looking for a chunk of gorgeous land filled with oak and beech capped ridges, steep ravines, hearty pine plantations, cypress sloughs, and pristine hardwood bottom lands.
This tract is truly unique for eastern North Carolina due to its natural offerings, including its unusual topographic character and varied habitats from the blacktop to the banks of the Cape Fear River. After taking a quick gander at the USGS Topography map, the arrangement of topographic lines across this tract is atypical for a chunk of land in the Coastal Plain of North Carolina that makes it a truly special place.
Very few river tracts ever come for sale in this part of the state. And seldom do tracts arrive on the market with over 90 percent timber coverage. With the exception of the small food plots along the front of the parcel, the remainder of the tract is fully forested with a wide variety of deciduous and evergreen forests. The land is very fertile offering excellent timber growing opportunities with a current and future timber income earning potential.
It’s a game paradise with abundant habitat for whopper whitetails, long bearded turkeys, and amble opportunities to take a daily bag limit of whistling woodies along the river bottom. The 2,500 feet along the Cape Fear River will also provide excellent opportunities to bend a rod for stocky largemouth bass, hand-sized bluegill, monster blue and flathead catfish, and powerful striped bass.
If camping, hiking, hunting, and fishing are in your wheelhouse, this tract may very well end your land search today. It’s a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that will surely satisfy a future landowner’s wishes that is looking for a combination of unique topographic character, timber, and rich wildlife habitat. This property is less than five miles from Elizabethtown and approximately 30 miles from Fayetteville just north of the Town of Dublin on Owen Hill Road and just a couple of miles away from N.C. 87.
This property is being offered by Jeff Burleson of Mossy Oak Properties/NC Land and Farms. Burleson is both a North Carolina Registered Forester and a Certified Wildlife Biologist. Let Jeff connect you with the right piece of property that will entertain your wild side with game galore and excellent income earning potential. If you are looking to buy rural or suburban land in North Carolina or South Carolina, then working with Jeff Burleson is the natural choice.