Newly listed 244-acre tract in southern Cumberland County. The flat ridges are planted with ten-year-old pine, which will provide income in the future, or could be converted to pasture/cropland with relative ease. The drainages and side slopes are covered with mature hardwoods and hemlocks. A twenty-foot wide perennial stream, Little Cane Creek, borders a portion of the south side of the tract and another large perennial stream, Miller Branch, bisects the western 1/3 of the tract. The offering contains abundant road frontage with 5600 feet on Newton Lane and 2000 feet on Newton Road. The tract could easily be divided into several 40-60 acre farms, with all utilities except sewer in place.