A beautiful 92+/- acre tract is being offered just West of Hwy 52 in Dobson. This tract offers more within its boundaries than most of comparables in the area and offers great additional investment avenues.
The tract consist of approx. 23+/- acres of 20yr old Loblolly mainly located on the western potion of the property that has not been thinned (Avg 16-18"). The remaining timber is located on the eastern portion of the property and consist of large mast producing hardwoods and poplar. Most of this timber is mature and marketable.
There are 4 nice fields/food plots that together total approx 14.7 +/- acres, and are strategically placed on the high contours allowing for all weather access. Each field is easily accessible with equipment for planting, mowing, or harvesting.
Water is no issue on this tract with multiple streams that combined measure to just over 1 mile in combined lengths. Additionally there are multiple natural springs spread throughout feeding into the streams, making for multiple nice pond sites if desired.
From a hunting stand point the property is ideal with the diversity of timber, bedding, and water. The current ownership has also created an excellent trail system that allows for easy access to virtually every portion of the property with ease.
<li>Accessed by 30' easement - see info packet in attachments</li>
<li>Approx 14.5+/- acres of pasture / food plots</li>
<li>Approx 24 +/- acres of managed Loblolly</li>
<li>Multiple small internal streams and springs</li>
<li>Extensive trail system through out</li>
<li>Mature mast producing hardwoods</li>
<li>Mutiple pond sites</li>
<li>Large pole barn and older tobacco barn</li>
<li>Old family cemetery</li>
<li>Excellent wildlife habitat</li>
<li>Moderately rolling topography</li>
<li>Located approx. 10 miles West of Pilot Mtn.</li>
<li>Tax Value $228,160 / 2018 tax bill $1521.83</li>
<li>Mix of Hardwood and managed loblolly</li>
Located just the northern region this great 48 acre tract is situated adjacent to the Whispering Pines subdivision. The property is 100% wooded with a good mix of VA pine and mature hardwoods on the contours.
The property consist of typical northern peidmont rolling topography that allows for great usability, but also having interesting character throughout. Additionally this tract serves as great wildlife habitat in its current state, with ample food and cover. There are two small springs that originate on the west side of the property that flow together and exit just off the southeastern portion. With the water flow and topography there also appears to be several great pond locations.
<li>100% wooded tract</li>
<li>Deeded access easement from streets within Subdivision (See attached Deed)</li>
<li>Previous soil work and preliminary mapping for mini farm lots</li>
<li>20' Easement to adjacent owner to the East running along Northern boundary</li>
<li>Price below assessed value of $140,388</li>
<li>2020 tax bill $1116.09</li>
Located in the Rural Hall region of Stokes county this 46 acre tract has all the right criteria for an optimal recreational tract. The property has just over 860' +/- of frontage along Dodgetown Rd, with a small power line easement running along the frontage parallel to the road. There is a small drive leading into a cleared field that would make a great home site or small food plot for those quick access afternoon hunts. From here there is an access road that leads to the center of the property and a small stream crossing.
In the center of the property just above the stream is a field that has been designed for a great hunting location. There is a small ground blind located on the northern corner with the field strategically having shooting lanes created for coverage. This field is surrounded by internal natural draws and edges leading to it. With its location and topography advantages this should be a prime hunting location.
The center field is surrounded by an abundance of diversity from a habitat aspect with an untouched hardwood grove located off the northeast corner. This area measures to approx 12 acres of mature upland hardwood species. Additionally, it was also noted to have several fruit bearing persimmon in this area. Off of the southern end of the field was a sizeable dense area of young VA pine that could easily be transitioned into bedding area or expanded for more food plots.
This is a great property with a lot of privacy and possibilities.
<li>46.137 +/- acre per deed</li>
<li>No recent Survey on file</li>
<li>Some boundary markers found and marked</li>
<li>Property is in tax deferment - 2020 tax bill $141.34</li>
<li>Stokes County tax parcel # 6977-43-1426</li>
<li>Timber harvest in 2004 on majority of the property - 12 +/- acres on northeast corner not cut</li>
<li>Excellent whitetail and turkey habitat with an abundance of sign noted</li>
<li>Approx. 860' of frontage on Dodgetown Rd</li>
This 50 acre tract is located in the northwest region of Caswell County, just south of the VA state line. The property currently consist mowed hay fields stretching along the frontage of Holland Rd with a old farm house tucked in the middle. Just behind the home is a small workshop w/ power and concrete floor to store your tools, equipment, or toys. The home is in very poor condition and uninhabitable therefore no value was given.
The remaining balance of the property is made of of 6 yr old loblolly stands with several old trails running north that could make great access with a little work. There are several stream buffers that were left during the timber harvest that also creates great funnels and travel corridors making this a great option of wildlife habitat. With its moderately rolling topography this property is very accessible and could easily give opportunity for food plot expansion or even off the road building sites.
This tract also offers opportunity with the possibility of minor subdivision due to the expansive road frontage offered from two roads.
<li>50 +/- acres (no recent survey on file)</li>
<li>Approx 2000' of frontage on Holland Rd (south side of property)</li>
<li>Approx 390' of frontage on Pruitt Rd (east side of the property)</li>
<li>38 +/- acres of 6 yr old loblolly pine</li>
<li>7+/- acres of hay / AG fields</li>
<li>Forestry PUV - 2020 tax bill $1175.62</li>
<li>960' sq ft +/- wired workshop w/concrete floor</li>
<li>Old farm house (uninhabitable and no value given) located on the farm</li>
<li>Small power line easement running across the southern section</li>
<li>.15 miles south of VA state line</li>
<li>1 mile east of Hwy 29</li>
<li>4 miles south of Danville VA</li>
<li>17 miles east of Eden NC</li>
<li>17 miles northeast of Reidsville NC</li>
For the first time this 459 +/- acre assembled generational farm is being brought to the Market. Situated in the Northwest corridor of Rockingham County and just 5 miles from Hwy 220 / I-73 this farm falls in the heart of the "Trophy Belt of NC".
As time progresses it gets harder day by day to find a contiguous block of land of this size, much less this caliber. Within it boundaries boast every feature a true outdoorsman and land investor would be searching for.
The <i>Walker Farm</i> stretches between two state maintained roads with majority of the surroundings being rural acreage settings. The interior of the property is complied of towering upland hardwoods stands, small patches of Va pine, open AG fields, and creek bottoms. All of these features help to create a strong diversity in wildlife habitat and gives this farm the ability to maintain and manage.
Property is not for lease!
No Trespassing, all Buyers must be accompanied by Broker.
<li>459 +/- acres</li>
<li>Northern Piedmont Topography</li>
<li>Located in Rockingham County "Trophy Belt of NC"</li>
<li>Property taxes are $4426.73 for 2019</li>
<li>Survey on file</li>
<li>Mature timber (with timber appraisal)</li>
<li>Approx. 1 mile of frontage on state maintained Beck Rd</li>
<li>Approx. 2200' of frontage on state maintained Rhodes Rd</li>
<li>2.8 +/- miles of creeks within on the property</li>
<li>Small farm pond measure 6/10 acre</li>
<li>Gas line easement running north to south located on the western border</li>
<li>Approx 39 acres of AG fields / food plots</li>
<li>Gated entrance with accessible interior farm roads</li>
<li>Old cemeteries on the property</li>
The Howard Farm is being brought to the Market for the first time and is located just East of the Surry/Wilkes County line. This property has been cherished by the Howard family with a conservation mindset to assure its beauty stayed in tack for generations to come.
The property is surveyed to be just over 113+/- acres with a vast array of features sought out by true outdoor enthusiast. With it being located in the Western Piedmont / Foothills region of NC it adds to the diversity of habitat that natural beauty. As you enter on the south east corner of the property there is a nice hardwood bluff overlooking the South Fork of the Mitchell River which stretches just over 3/10 +/- of a mile within the boundaries. This stretch of the River is under a perpetual conservation easement with a 65' from C/L protected area.
After crossing the River Ford you are greeted by a nice natural meadow located just West of the river banks. From here there are multiple trails that lead throughout the densely wooded tract that is made up of native Hardwoods and planted White Pine.
This tract offers many options with a nice building site on the Eastern ridge, great hunting opportunities, or just long term preservation.
<strong>- Property details</strong>
<li>Assessed value - $273,910 / LUV - $49,100 (Forestry deferment) / $307.36 - 2020 Tax Bill</li>
<li>Survey by Phil Wagoner shows 113.78 Acres (not on record)</li>
<li>South fork of the Mitchell River runs through the eastern portion of the property</li>
<li>130' wide perpetual conservation easement extending 65' each side of C/L if the South Fork of the Mitchell River</li>
<li>Timber mix of native Hardwoods and planted white pine</li>
<li>Nice building site on East side of the River with water views</li>
<li>9.5 miles East of I-77</li>
<li>.5 miles East of Wilkes County line</li>
<li>5 miles East of Stone Mtn. State Park</li>
<li>44 miles Northwest of Winston Salem</li>
<li>11 miles Northwest of Elkin</li>
This is a really great tact located in Rockingham County just North of Reidsville. The property has had a previous survey and soil testing. Ready for you next home!
<li>13.186 gross acres</li>
<li>11 yr old planted Loblolly Pine</li>
<li>Approx 470' frontage on Mt Carmel Church Rd</li>
<li>Dan River Water accessible</li>
<li>Parcel # 176344 Rockingham County</li>
<li>Tax Value $40,193 / 2020 Tax Bill $307.48</li>
<li>Soil evaluation for a 4 bedroom home</li>
This property has been held and utilized as an exclusive retreat for family and guests offering a unique environment that is hard to duplicate on private land.
The Farm consists of just over 309 contiguous acres that has been preserved with a conservation mindset and most of the property being untouched and left as nature intended.
When you turn off of Berrymore Rd you are led down a scenic 1 mile gravel drive passing along small meadows, mature hardwood bluffs, loblolly plantations and the occasional deer or turkey crossing your path. At the end of the drive you are greeted by a small modest cabin and a breathtaking view of Sharp's Lake, that can also been seen from the swing on the screened porch. From here you can walk down the path leading to you private boat house and enjoy the day fishing on your own private stocked Lake.
This property is one of a kind due to it falling in the heart of the "Trophy of Belt of NC" and being over 300 contiguous acres. Properties of this size and this area are becoming more scarce day by day, but to find one of this quality is unbelievable. This is a true Outdoormans paradise!
No trespassing! All Showings must be accompanied by Listing Agent.
<li>309.12 surveyed acres</li>
<li>12 acre private Lake (known as Sharpe's Lake)</li>
<li>1 mile gravel drive</li>
<li>2 bed 1 bath cabin with well, septic, & power</li>
<li>Accessible from 3 points along Berrymore Rd</li>
<li>60 +/- acres of Lobolly Pine (approx 7 years old)</li>
<li>Property is in Forestry tax deferment / FMV - $549,002 / LUV - $101,217 / 2020 tax bill - $940.18</li>
<li>Head waters of "Town Creek" originate just above the Lake</li>
Wolf Island Downs started with a family of five and a dream of one man.
Our Dad wanted to have a place where families could come on a Sunday afternoon, bring a lawn chair, and enjoy the outdoors. It started with horse racing and how exciting it was! Our Dad purchased a starting gate, built a concession stand, and put the family to work.
Dad was the starter, Mom ran the concession, and the children helped wherever we were needed. It was a quarter-mile track and the horses were beautiful as they raced to the finish.
After the horse races, Dad moved on to motorcycles, draft horse shows, jeep, and dog races. The motorcycles started with motocross and quickly moved to cross country, and Riders came from all over to compete.
We all grew up at our farm. We had goats, cows, dogs, chickens, and horses. Wonderful memories of a life well lived.
<strong><em>The Rivers Family</em></strong>
<li>54.44 +/- Acres</li>
<li>Accessed by Private Rd</li>
<li>Former Race Track</li>
<li>Heavily wooded with mix timber</li>
<li>Small internal stream / .265 +/- miles</li>
<li>Moderate rolling topography</li>
<li>Existing Well and Septic (condition unknown)</li>
<li>Existing Dog Kennels & Barn</li>
<li>Turkey and Whitetail observed on the property</li>
<li>Abundance of ATV trails throughout.</li>
<li>No recent survey</li>
<li>2019 Tax Bill - 1245.99</li>
This is a great tract located in Rockingham County with a Survey and soil testing in hand. The property consist of a small field along the intersection of Hampton and Mt Carmel Church, with the remaining of the land being in planted Loblolly Pine
<li>Approx 620' frontage on Mt Carmel Church</li>
<li>2.8 +/- acre field</li>
<li>Small Power Line easement along northern boundary (excellent shooting lane)</li>
<li>11 yr old planted Loblolly Pine</li>
<li>Dan River Water accessible</li>
<li>4 bedroom soil test on file</li>
<li>Tax value $49,708 / 2020 tax bill $380.27</li>
This is a really nice 150+/- acre tract located on Edwards Rd just North or the Forsyth County line. The property is being offered as a portion of a larger tract and will need to be surveyed at Buyers expense.
<span class="formula"><span class="wrapped-field">This tract is made up of long range vistas, mature hardwood & Va pine, spring fed streams, and frontage on Town Fork Creek. The property is in Forestry Present Use deferment.
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<li>150 +/- (Survey will be needed) at Buyers expense</li>
<li>Property is in "PUV" forestry tax deferment</li>
<li>Located in the Southern Central portion of Stokes County with a small portion in Forsyth County</li>
<li>Extensive trail system providing great accessibility</li>
<li>Mix of mature timber with management plan on file</li>
<li>Excellent whitetail and small game habitat</li>
<li>3 small tributary streams</li>
<li>Frontage on Town Fork Creek</li>
<li>Approx 4300' +/- on Edwards Rd</li>
<li>Multiple Home sites</li>
<li>Old Cemetery on the property</li>
<li>Multiple old Tobacco Barns (could be restored for cabins)</li>
This is an exceptionally nice 123 +/- Acre tract on the Northwestern area of Alamance County. Within the boundaries you will find over 100 acres of woodland with majority loblolly pines, hardwood buffers, and active AG fields. The tract also has an abundance of water features with a hidden pond measuring to approx 1/2 acre, multiple tributary streams that filter down to a broad stream know a Buttermilk Creek on the Southern boundary. The property also has a unbelievable dutch style stable in great shape.
<li>Approx 1000' of frontage on Stoney Creek Church Rd (state maintained)</li>
<li>Approx 3200' of frontage on Pagetown Rd (state maintained)</li>
<li>.5 +/- acre farm pond</li>
<li>Small internal streams with hardwood buffers</li>
<li>Approx 1020' of frontage on Buttermilk Creek</li>
<li>Mix of gentle rolling and flat topography</li>
<li>Multiple farm structures</li>
<li>Dutch style stable / hay barn</li>
<li>Multiple home sites</li>
<li>Mixed Timber with hardwood buffers and loblolly</li>
<li>Soil evaluation on file</li>
<li>Excellent whitetail and small game habitat</li>