This 352 acre Pamlico County tract offers a substantial timber investment with an excellent interior road system, road frontage on Bay City Rd, great wildlife habitat, and much more! It is a turn key Fox Pen operation, with over 3 miles of fence around the perimeter!
Great Investment Opportunity! This 352 Acre Pamlico County property has a valuable stand of loblolly pine and hardwood timber, clearly seen in the aerial drone photos below. This property is also a fully operational Fox Pen with a lucrative income stream potential. Located just 3 miles north of the town of Bayboro, the property features over 3 miles of dry and well maintained gravel roads on its entire perimeter, along with extensive paths and trails cut throughout the interior. There is just over an acre that has been cleared in the front entrance of the property where two mobile homes are situated along with multiple sheds for storage, and also a large custom built dog kennel. It offers a perfect setup for a hunting camp, with a well already in place!
This property offers a substantial timber investment with large and mature loblolly pines in abundance throughout. There are also sections of hardwoods in the rear and in sections of the interior of the tract that provide a diverse investment value along with great wildlife habitat. The property is completely surrounded by a +/-6 foot metal fence that is over 3 miles in length and is currently being used as a fox pen. There’s an opportunity to purchase as a turn key fox pen operation, or if a buyer desires, take down sections of the fence to allow the wildlife to come and go as they please.
The 352 acres is bordered by farmland directly to the east and also to the south, providing excellent food sources for the abundance of black bears, whitetails, and wild turkeys found in the area. Food plots can be installed on this tract to attract even more game. The black bear season in Pamlico County was 9 weeks long this season (Nov 9 – Jan 1), and this is one of the best areas in the state to harvest a trophy! Please call Dillon Jones at (252) 489-1840 for more information on this Pamlico County gem!