4000 Acres of Secluded Income Producing Timberland, Farmland and Hunting Land with an extensive road system.
This Eastern North Carolina Pamlico County property is a rare find of approximately 4000 acres in a continuous tract. This property has predominantly good soils for cultivation and timber growing. Together with a high demand for big game, turkey and waterfowl habitat for hunting and recreation this property creates a diverse investment opportunity for the discerning, capable and well capitalized buyer.
850 acres of well ditched and tillable level ground is currently growing soybeans, corn, and wheat in the main body of the tract. This gated property has an extensive hard packed gravel and dirt road system. The property is well ditched. The center of the property or “body” consists of approximately 2315 acres of which approximately 825 acres is cleared tillable land. Soil types and descriptions are attached documents within our home website listing. Over 1400 acres in the main section consists of cut over timber, young scattered pine pulpwood and land partially cleared.
One “arm” of the property consists of 890 acres +- on the Northeast side leading to Highway 306 N. This “arm” is heavily treed with pine pulpwood. Black bear, Whitetail deer and turkey roam these woods. The second “arm” on the Northwest side consists of 775 acres +- with 60 acres partially cleared and the rest heavily treed with mostly pine pulpwood. The two “arms” represent over 1600 acres combined with over 1500 acres in timberland of which most is Pine Pulpwood. These 2 “arms” are where most of the hunting occurs.
The revenue stream of leased tillable land and hunting lease(s) together with timber revenue will provide a significant return on investment.
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