55 Acres of Mature Timber, Big Game and Turkeys Ready to Harvest,
This Craven County timber investment property is located on Purser Road near the Beaufort Co. and Craven Co. line. It's a short drive off HWY 17 outside Vanceboro, NC. Its a great starter tract for anyone wanting to invest in timberland thats also able to support recreational use. The property has a short deeded 20' easement off Purser Road which is shown in the listing pictures with a dashed yellow line. The size of the property and proximity to Purser Road should also minimize logging expense and maximize your return on the timber. Weyerhaeuser borders the long eastern property line. It's a natural stand that is comprised of mixed Lob-lolly pine and various hardwoods. The timber is mature and ready to cut and reinvest a small portion towards replanting. New Bern, NC is the closest wood mill and it's within minimal haul distances which minimizes hauling expense and maximizes return on investment. It's also large enough to be selectively cut to meet investment or recreational needs.
Goldsboro and Lynchburg soils dominate the tract with Masontown and Muckalee soils following the swamp run that goes along the eastern Weyerhaeuser border Check our Web Link listed above main listing and click on the Mapright feature to navigate the layer feature that will show soil type and capability along with flood plain and much more. The tract has an appealing shape to go along with many appealing features that make it an optimal tract for timber investment. Its successfully growing healthy timber through much of the tract in the optimal soil types. Goldsboro is a prime soil for crops or trees as you will read in the Mapright soil capability layer.
Approximately 5 home-sites on Purser Road run along the western border. There are many agricultural fields around the property offering wildlife beans, corn and peanuts during the growing season. Mast producing hardwoods and under-story together with seasonal crops give wildlife the nutrition they need to reach full potential.
The property has the features it needs to hold game year round. The western Weyerhaeurser border also represents part of the Fork Swamp run. The soil types also change along this run. In the drier summer months the run is also drier and cool for big game. It also is a source of water year round and its is wetter in the fall and winter season as the sap falls and the trees take less water from the soil.
For more information on this and other Investment Timber and Hunting Land For Sale in Craven County NC, contact Wyatt Fountain at 252-702-0750, by email at Email listed above or visit our website at Web Link listed above.