240 Acres of Farm and Timber Land For Sale in Columbus County NC!
With a mixture of prime agriculture dirt along US 76 and over 175 acres of fertile timberland, this 240-acre property is the perfect choice for hunters, farmers, and timberland investors with endless benefits!
Situated within a few miles from the National and Scenic Lumber River in western Columbus County, lies the 240-acre Turner Tract. This tract boasts 65 acres of prime farmland with an opportunity to grow massive yields of cotton, peanuts, corn, and soybeans in the heart of southeastern North Carolina’s agriculture belt. The remainder of the property consists of a small 1.25 acre pond and 174 acres of fertile timberland with over 100 acres of contiguous, mature pine and hardwood timber. This parcel is surrounded by similar forested and agriculture parcels rich in wildlife, including deer, turkey, and small game. It’s the perfect hunting tract along US 76 and very close to US 74 which provides quick access to neighboring municipalities. The property is less than 3o minutes from Lumberton and only an hour away from Wilmington, Myrtle Beach, Florence, or Fayetteville. This tract could also be the perfect location to build your dream home in rural Columbus County right near plenty of amenities just a few miles away.
This tract contains adequate drainage along the agriculture portion. The 68-acres of open lands are actively farmed, producing a wide variety of crops characteristic to the region. Soils contained in the agriculture sector are dominated by Goldsboro, Aycock, Lumbee, and Norfolk fine sands, perfect for producing excellent agriculture returns or possible conversion to a longleaf pine straw raking operation with long term timber opportunities.
Of the 175 acres of woodlands on this property, nearly 100 acres of the timber remains intact and the balance was harvested and is currently growing back vigorously. The uncut stands are dominated by pine offering the potential for immediate income earnings on these existing stands.
It’s a game paradise with abundant habitat for some of Columbus County’s finest whitetails, big flocks of turkeys, and ample opportunity to run a cottontail rabbit in front of your beagles. Deer and turkey tracks dominate the field perimeter from the incidental spillage from recent agriculture harvests.
If farming, hunting, or making money off the land is what makes you happy, this tract may very well end your land search today. It’s a great property to have in your possession for current and future income earning opportunities and has a lot to offer. This property is within sight of Cerro Gordo’s town limits along US 76 and just a few miles further to Chadbourn.
For more information on this and other Farm and Timber Land For Sale in Columbus County NC, contact Jeff Burleson at 843-685-2408, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.nclandandfarms.com.
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- Property State: North Carolina
- County: Columbus
- Price: $425,000
- Address: 360 Doodle Hill Road, Cerro Gordo, NC 28430
- Acreage: 239.76
- MOPLS ID: 44090
About the Agent
- The outdoors runs deep within the roots of this Carolina outdoor enthusiast. As a young boy, Jeff Burleson trampled the woods after a deer or duck and paddled the waters for a limit of fish alongside his father and two older brothers in Robeson County. Burleson's love for nature and the outdoors fueled his outdoor hobbies and directed his studies towards a Bachelor's of Science degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences in 1996 from N.C. State University. Since college, Burleson has held several positions with a variety of government and private entities practicing land sales, forestry, wetland consulting, wildlife management, endangered species consulting, and other natural resources duties. Burleson is a professional realtor in both North and South Carolina.
Burleson’s has an extensive background in forestry, wetlands, and wildlife consulting on tracts all over North and South Carolina. He has been a registered professional forester in North and South Carolina throughout his career. Additionally, the Wildlife Society recognized Burleson several years ago as a Certified Wildlife Biologist due to his extensive training and expertise within the wildlife biology field. He has worked with countless landowners with a wide variety of forestry and wildlife related projects from timber sales and forestry management to food plots, waterfowl impoundments, and wildlife/habitat management plans and activities.
For more than a decade, Burleson has served the nation as an avid outdoor journalist and photographer. He has produced and sold well over 2,000 articles to national and regional publications about hunting, fishing, food plots, pond management, forest management, wildlife management, etc. His credits include article in South Carolina Sportsman's Magazine, North Carolina Sportsman's Magazine, Tideline Magazine, NWTF Turkey Call, S.C. Game and Fish Magazine, Center Console Angler, and a few others.
Having an extensive background in wetlands, forestry, and wildlife makes Burleson a valuable resource for determining the value and use of your land, as well as, providing a link to his current network of potential buyers and sellers scattered across the eastern seaboard. His experience within all facets of the outdoor industry is paramount and allows his clients to receive professional results.
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