296.52± Acres
Robeson County, North Carolina

Robeson 702 - Smith Farm 2

ID: 59113
External ID/MLS: 37155Sb1000JLL / --
Status: Available
Price: $622,686
Acres: 296.52±
Price Per Acre: $2,100
Type: Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land, Timberland
City, State: Lumberton, North Carolina
County: Robeson
Presented By: Philip Mead


Smith Farm 2 is located in Eastern Robeson County in a quiet rural setting surrounded by large private land holdings being managed for timber and recreational usages. The upland forested acreage consist of 17 year old pine plantation that has been recently thinned. This provides proper spacing and maximizes annual growth for continued revenue streams with proper forest management. There are multiple decking areas that could be easily converted into wildlife food plots with very little cost. The bottomland adds a rich habitat diversity for turkey and deer , the confluence of White Oak Swamp and Big Swamp Creek are on this property. This is excellent opportunity to own a tract of land that has very diverse natural attributes in a private setting.

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