This beautiful tract supports a great stand of natural loblolly pine and hardwood 35 to 80 years old. The stand was last thinned in the early '90's. Most smaller or poorly formed trees were removed and the stand was spaced so the larger timber could continue to grow. This is a productive timber tract carrying good value/acre, but it is the aesthetic qualities that set it apart. The topography is moderate and adds interest and seclusion. Two small creeks feed into a larger creek that tumbles over small rock ledges. This adds a diverse bottomland component to the loblolly pine / white oak uplands. The property is flanked on the north and west by Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge land adding stability to the area. No one will drop a mobile home across the street. Well-designed interior roads and trails provide access to all parts of the tract, including numerous wildlife openings and food plots. Great hunting for deer and turkey. There are not many tracts as pretty as this one on the market.