This property presents an excellent combination of productive timberland and transitional property due to its extensive frontage along U.S. Highway 278 and its location directly across from the Greensboro Airport. Most of the property is in planted loblolly pine established between 1989 and 1992. There are also a few natural stands such as the open stand of mature loblolly that extends along U.S. Highway 278. The property has been under professional timber management for over 20 years. All stands have been thinned with an eye on leaving good quality trees that can develop into valuable sawtimber. Please click the "Timber Data" button to the right to view an up-to-date report on timber volumes and value. Management has included leaving ample Streamside Management Zones to add ecological diversity and wildlife habitat to the property characteristics. Deer and turkey hunting are excellent. The same hunting club has leased the property for more than 20 years. Public road access is excellent, as is the network of internal woods roads and ATV trails.