Timberland Hunting Property In Eastern North Carolina

Description

This tract is a perfect opportunity to buy at a value price and create your own hunting paradise. This property of all timberland offers rolling hills, great elevation changes, deer hunting, turkey hunting for a great price.  Amazing rolling hills, hardwood ridges, bedding and open timber offer one great property for deer and turkey. The property sits only minutes from the Middlesex community and only 40 minutes from the Raleigh area. The area has a substantial deer and turkey population ready to be taken from the surrounding low ground, surrounding agriculture fields and standing timber. Property is accessed by a well-maintained gravel path and deeded easement. This tract is a great buy and will not last long at this location. As of the 2010 census, the population was 95,840. Its county seat is Nashville. The county was formed in 1777 from Edgecombe County. It was named for American Revolutionary War Brigadier General Francis Nash, who was mortally wounded at the Battle of Germantown that year. In 1855, parts of Nash, Edgecombe, Johnston, and Wayne Counties were combined to form Wilson County. The county is now a part of the Rocky Mount Metropolitan Statistical Area, instead of the Raleigh Metropolitan Statistical Area. 

Property Details

  • Estimated $12,000 in current value
  • Beautiful rolling hills and huge mass producing hardwoods
  • A large power line runs along the northern side that makes a great shooting lane and food plot location
  • Only minutes to Highway 264
  • Only minutes to Bailey, Middlesex, and Spring Hope
  • Deeded easement
  • Large bean fields located beside the property for fall food source
  • Well marked property lines
  • Less than 45 minutes from Raleigh
  • Very private and secluded
  • Deer and turkey sign all over the property
  • Timber management plan in place for deferred taxes

Stoney Hill Church Rd, L0t#WP01
Bailey, North Carolina 27807