With 48.2 acres of planted pines, assorted hardwoods, and trail system, this property is ready to be hunted!
This heavily tree’d tract of land is located directly on NC Highway 4 in the Airlie portion of Littleton, North Carolina. Halifax County, has the highest ratio of deer and bear killed in North Carolina. This property is a great opportunity for investment in Timber, as well as a great place to pursue large, and small game. This land has multiple mature, acorn producing White and Post Oaks within it and serves as a deer bedding area. The majority of the timber on the property is planted pines ranging from eighteen to twenty years of age. In a primarily pine forest such as this, find the acorn droppers, and you’ve found the deer! There is a differed timber tax plan that can be activated with the county for this property, serving as fantastic tax benefit. This tract of land is five minutes from down town Littleton, North Carolina. Within down town Littleton, there are restaurants, coffee, necessity stores such as hardware, groceries, stylists, pharmacies and auto shops. There is a Roanoke Rapids Lake boat ramp within fifteen minutes of this property, as well.
This tract of land has a historical site of Walter Clark. Walter Clark (1846-1924) grew up in Halifax County, where his family had lived for three generations. Appointed a Superior Court Judge in 1885, Clark was appointed to the state supreme court in 1889 and rose to be Chief Justice in 1902, a post he held until his death. Justice Clark is said to have had “the youngest mind on the bench” and his opinions, even in dissent, shaped the state’s law.
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