Take a look at this great property offering tillable, timber, and a pond, located in Nash County, NC! Managed timber, farmland, 5+/- acre pond and fantastic hunting! This farm has everything you've been looking for! There are roughly 27 acres of tillable farmland currently being used for peanuts and soybeans. There are multiple stands of timber on the property, from planted pines to mature-growth pine and hardwoods. 15 acres have replanted pines that have been thinned and are growing quickly. This acreage is located in the middle of the property and there is a trail system that allows easy access throughout the farm. The remaining acres are mature growth pines and hardwoods. It is a relatively easy walk through the timber and multiple sites to set up ground blinds or deer stands. There is a large 5+/- acre pond that you could overlook from the old home place. There is an old house overlooking the pond that is in need of some major renovations but could be reclaimed and used for generations to come.
Within the woods and along the back of the property lies the Sapony Creek. The resident beavers are doing a fantastic job creating a duck paradise for all the local wood ducks and mallards that call this area home. Turkeys, man, is there a ton of turkeys. Everywhere you look throughout the woods, there is a dust bowl or place where the birds have foraged for food. Turkey tracts are everywhere in the fields and along the creek banks. Plenty of deer sign was spotted along the edge of the creek and around the edges of the fields. There are many ambush locations and deer trails to hunt, a deer hunter's dream farm.
This listing is POSTED! This is an active working farm, so no trespassing is allowed and an agent or realtor must accompany any potential buyers. Showing realtor must allow 48 hours' notice to show the farm.
5+/- acre pond
27 +/- acres of tillable farm rent acres
Over 600 feet of road frontage
Loaded with deer, turkey and wildlife
Old home place that could possibly be remodeled and reclaimed (we have assigned no value for the structures on the farm)