Located in the Pelham community of Caswell County is this really nice 35+/- acre tract being offered as a division from a larger tract. The property has been utilized as a well rounded recreational retreat offering great Whitetail and Turkey hunting, with a great deal of attention being put on habitat improvements.
<span class="formula"><span class="wrapped-field">This tract offers multiple attractive features that are appealing to any true outdoor enthusiast; such as a small pond tucked back in the woods out of sight from the outside world, an extensive maintained trail system that connects all areas of the property, multiple strategically place food plots that are connected with thick funnels, and a great private setting. It is often hard to find all of this in larger tracts, but this property offers a lot within its boundaries.
<li>35+/- acres - subject to survey</li>
<li>Approx 490' of frontage on Pelham Loop</li>
<li>Approx 1990' of frontage on Country LN - 60' private Rd</li>
<li>8+/- acres of AG fields / food plots</li>
<li>.85 +/- pond</li>
<li>Power easement running through the interior</li>
<li>Excellent wildlife habitat</li>
<li>Additional 103 +/- acres available to the south</li>
<li>7 miles south of Danville VA</li>
<li>3 miles south of Hwy 58 Bypass</li>
<li>1 mile south of Hwy 700 / Hwy 29 overpass</li>
<li>15 miles north of Reidsville NC</li>
<li>35 miles north of Greensboro NC</li>
<li>30 miles north of Burlington NC</li>
<li>70 miles northwest of Raleigh NC</li>
Located in the southeastern section of Rockingham County is a one-of-a-kind "Sportsman Paradise" with a multitude of investment and recreational potential. This is a multi-generational farm that has been preserved for years, and holds an abundance of highly sought after characteristics bundled into one tract.
When entering the property from the west along Massey Rd you are greeted by beautiful rolling AG fields that have been utilized for rotational grain production for many years. The AG fields encompass a large percentage of the property located west of Hogans Creek and have a moderate rolling topography. They are split into three sections and have been used for grain, hay, grazing for cattle, and small pockets for wildlife food plots. In the center of the open land is an island of mixed timber with a nice stocked pond that measures to just under an acre with room for expansion. The pond is completely secluded from the outside world and surrounded by a timber buffer, all while being an additional protected watering source for Whitetail and other game.
In the center of the property is a natural wet land with over 2000' of ownership of Hogans Creek. This area is a very unique habitat that has been expanded by beaver to create a large private wetland. There a currently an abundance of small water channels and pockets of standing water located here, with mallards and wood ducks being observed. The wetland area has a good deal of standing dead timber and water tolerant species thriving and making a wetland oasis.
As you move further east the property dramatically changes into a vast mature timber stand. There is a trail system that runs along the southern border, crossing a series of bridges, that takes you back into this area. The eastern section of the property is a great mix of mature timber species with rolling topography and an expansive sight line, ideal for those early rut hunts. The timber section of this property has a "park like" feel just, due to it has been left untouched for years other than the access trails to carry you here.
The Trent Farm is truly a breathtaking property offering more than one could hope to find in one tract.
<li>235.89 +/- acres (per tax records)</li>
<li>Approx. 970' of frontage on Massey Rd (DOT)</li>
<li>Approx. 1578' of frontage on Scott Rd (DOT)</li>
<li>38 +/- acres of currently active AG fields</li>
<li>168+/- acres of mature timber</li>
<li>Over 2000' of frontage on Hogans Creek / northern portion in marsh habitat with active water fowl</li>
<li>Extensive trail system throughout connecting western and eastern section</li>
<li>Property in in PUV status (tax deferment) - Parcel # <span class="data">161872 / 2022 tax bill $574.08</span></li>
<li><em>Infrastructure</em> - drive through barn w/covered sides, well, & power on site</li>
<li>35' easement entering off of Pleasant LN</li>
<li>.7 acre pond</li>
<li>.2 miles west of Hwy 29 / Hwy 87 intersection</li>
<li>5 miles southeast of Reidsville NC</li>
<li>20 miles northeast of Greensboro NC</li>
<li>18 miles north of Burlington NC</li>
<li>65 miles northwest of Raleigh NC</li>
<li>105 miles northeast of Charlotte NC</li>
1171, Frye Road, Stokes County, North Carolina, 27053, United States
Located just west of Danbury is this one-of-a-kind property with breath-taking expansive views of the complete Sauratown Mountain range from Brown Mtn, Pilot Mtn, Sauratown, and Hanging Rock. This property has a tremendous number of resources that will appeal to the recreational user, hobby farmer, or someone looking to just have a nice mountain retreat.
When entering the property off of Frye Rd you are greeted by a pre-1900 log cabin with hand hune 12”-14” logs and beautiful dove tail joints. The cabin sits just at the perfect location to enjoy the long-range views from the front porch and mountain breeze as it flows up through the 5-acre meadow below.
The boundaries of this property are made up of nice upland timber making the perimeter of the property great for hiking through the forest or adding to the wildlife habitat. This section of the property offers a nice stream on all three sides that further add to the wildlife benefit and natural beauty. The streams on the eastern and southern section run with the property line and give great boundaries with the western stream leading through and off of the property on the southwestern corner.
<li>28.2 +/- surveyed acres</li>
<li>Pre-1900 true log cabin (restoration needed)</li>
<li>Hand dug well - (condition unknown)</li>
<li>Septic tank in place - (originally installed for 2 bedroom home)</li>
<li>5.5 +/- acre rolling meadow</li>
<li>21 +/- acres of upland timber</li>
<li>Over 3000' of streams on the property</li>
<li>Currently in forestry deferment</li>
This is a great tract being offered in the Westfield area of Stokes County. The property is 100% wooded and has multiple great potential home sites that would be completely secluded. With minimal clearing expansive unobstructed views can be achieved of Hanging Rock and Sauratown Range.
<li>Survey to be completed by owner</li>
<li>Approx 450' frontage on Frye Rd</li>
<li>Multiple home site locations with beautiful views of Hanging Rock & Sauratown Ranges</li>
<li>Located between 1347 & 1197 Frye Rd</li>
Don't miss your chance to take a look at this fantastic farm. More than 40 acres or pasture land and open fields have been opened up on this property. This farm is currently being used for hay production but it has an unlimited number of potential uses. The gently rolling topography and generous amount of road frontage would lend itself nicely to development or you could turn it into a magnificent horse property. Multiple streams could give you an opportunity to create your own pond as well. There are signs of an abundance of wildlife on this property as well. This could be an ideal farm to create your own homestead so don't let yourself miss out. Conveniently located roughly 3 miles from Highway 220 makes this property very convenient to Greensboro and surrounding cities.
<li>Over 800 Feet of Road Frontage</li>
<li>Multiple creeks and streams</li>
<li>Recently updated barn with lean-to's on all 4 sides</li>
<li>2020 taxes were $260.59 due to being in tax deferment</li>
<li>41 +/- Acres of open land / rotational food plot areas</li>
<li>20 acres of wooded and natural areas</li>
<li>Currently being used for cattle hay production</li>
This tract of land is located on Ashley Loop rd in Reidsville. This could be an excellent recreational tract or you could create your own private getaway and build a home. There is a gorgeous creek surrounded by mature hardwoods on the back half of the property.
<li>Offers great privacy</li>
<li>Located in the Wentworth Community</li>
<li>Acres of mature hardwoods and maturing pines</li>
<li>Extensive signs of deer and other wildlife</li>
This tract is being offered as a 27+/- acre tract subject to survey. The property will consist of a substantial amount of frontage along NC Hwy 65 and has access to to public water making this a great property for subdivision or for a personal farm in a very high demand area.
<li>27 +/- acres subject to survey</li>
<li>Access to public water</li>
<li>Just over 5 acres of open land</li>
<li>Property is projected to have approx 865' of frontage</li>
This is an exceptional tract being offered just west of Yanceyville NC. The property consist of a great combination of improved pasture with high tensile fencing and wooded buffers. Additionally, the property has multiple water features including two streams on the southwest and southern boundaries, and a small pond that measures just under one acre.
The property also has a small 3 bedroom 1 bath home that is currently being used as rental, with well and septic in place. Throughout the property are multiple great building sites that would allow for great privacy. The property is currently under Present Use Status and could be continued.
Protective Covenants Apply
<li>960 sq ft +/- 3bd / 1 bath small home on the property (current rent $325/monthly)</li>
<li>Well and septic in place</li>
<li>Two streams, natural spring, and pond</li>
<li>Abundance of high tensile fencing in place</li>
<li>Cattle equipment does not convey (feed troughs, catch pens, etc.)</li>
For those who have been searching for that highly sought-after Rockingham County hunting retreat, the search is over!
The 102-acre Strauss Farm is a turn key hunting retreat that has been managed over the past several years with the mindset of growing mature Whitetail and it has produced. The Farm currently is set up for a weekend getaway destination or could be your primary residence with a small home, equipment shed, and large pole barn. The infrastructure in place allows a new owner to have the ability to live or have a place to stay on the farm and ample space for equipment storage.
The property holds a great deal of diversity within its boundaries that helps to compliment its ability to attract and hold wildlife with a mix of open fields that are scattered throughout the farm, and multiple timber components. Additionally, there is an abundance of water resources from a small pond just below the home, to multiple perennial streams flowing throughout the property. The property also has a large section of Hogans Creek with low lying areas surrounding that could easily be utilized for an additional water fowl attractant.
The Strauss Farm is located on a dead-end road in the southeastern section of Rockingham County and is surrounded by other large tracts. This further compliments the ability to manage a tract of this size with just a 100 acre foot print. From an expansive view there are a great deal of wildlife resources and attractants that all are connected by the Hogans Creek corridor that leads right through the eastern section of this tract.
<li>Property is complied of two parcels - <em>100.98 Acres (Parcel # 162051Z1)</em> & 1<em>.22 Acres (Parcel # 162025) </em></li>
<li>Full boundary survey in 1993 (attached)</li>
<li>960 Sq Ft Home/Hunting Cabin - 3bd/1bath with full basement</li>
<li>2020 Tax Bills - Parcel # 162025 - <strong>$804.85</strong> / Parcel # 162051Z1 & Z2 - <strong>$616.89</strong> (Tax Deferment)</li>
<li>30' x 56' Equipment Shed</li>
<li>40' x 65' Pole Barn</li>
<li>18.5 +/- Acres of open land / rotational food plot areas</li>
<li>21 +/- acres of 20yrs old Loblolly (age is approx.)</li>
<li>8.4 +/- acres of 5yrs old Loblolly (age is approx.)</li>
<li>22+/- acres of floodplain along Hogans Creek</li>
<li>3900 +/- of streams on the property</li>
Located in the Westfield area of Stokes County is a really nice 21+/- acre tract with tons of beauty and recreational potential. This tract is being offered as a portion of the parent tract and subject to survey.
The property is a mix a large mature timber with dominate species being Poplar, White Oak, Red Oak, & Beech. Additionally, the property has 3 springs that flow down to a small stream that runs west to east through the center of the property. There is also a great deal of native laurel on the slopes and along the stream banks that really put on a nice show when blooming in the spring.
This tract has a good trail system that leads from the southern entrance at Frye road to the back northwest corner, with additional areas to expand. With its diverse landscape and topography, the property holds a lot of beauty within its boundaries.
Along the southern section of the property has a great building site that a cabin or home could be positioned to overlook the vast timber and stream at the base of the hill. This area has already been checked by a Soil Scientist showing adequate soil for a conventional septic field. Also, in the same location is an older tobacco barn that could possibly be utilized for a cabin with some restoration.
<li>Large mature timber</li>
<li>Tons of whitetail and turkey sign</li>
<li>Multiple springs and streams</li>
<li>Approx 750' frontage on Frye Rd</li>
<li>Access to power running along R/W on Frye Rd</li>
<li>Previous soil evaluation</li>
<li>Old cemetery along northern boundary</li>
<li>Great trail system throughout</li>
<li>Property currently in forestry deferment</li>
<li>Westfield NC - across the street from 1185 Frye Rd, Westfield</li>
<li>1.29 miles from the Dan River crossing on Hwy 89</li>
<li>3 miles west of Hanging Rock State Park</li>
<li>6 miles west of Danbury NC</li>
<li>24 miles north of Winston Salem</li>
Being brought to the market for the first time is an absolute hunters paradise that is located in the heart of the "Trophy Belt" of NC. The property consist of 3 contiguous parcels in one offering that totals just over 86 deeded acres.
This tract has frontage on two state maintained roads giving great access and has a gated entrance on the north side. From the gated entrance there is a gravel (all weather) drive that leads just over .3 miles into the property. From the entrance both sides of the drive are flanked with towering planted loblolly that are approx 20 years old and ready for a first thinning. The loblolly plantations encompass the majority of the northern section of the property.
From the center of the property heading south the remainder of the tract is complied of large mature timber, with a great mix of White Oak, Red Oak, Poplar, Hickory, and Beech. Throughout this section you can find 2 nice streams, and a moderate rolling topography. One stream runs from the north end of the property headed south and has an old pond site that the dam has failed, but potentially could be restored. On the southern section of the tract is a larger stream running from west to east with wide banks, beautiful rock croppings and ledges.
The wildlife sign throughout is abundant with a tremendous amount of whitetail tracks, trails, and old rubs observed. There were also a great deal of turkey scratchings observed in the pine plantations and in the hardwoods sections. With the timber diversity in place there is a great bit adequate habitat from existing bedding, mast production, and funnels running with the creeks. This tract holds a great deal of potential for the true outdoor enthusiast!
<li>86.34 +/- deed acres (no recent survey)</li>
<li>Approx 1580' of frontage along Hwy 770</li>
<li>Approx 850' of frontage along Young Rd</li>
<li>Approx 40 +/- acres of loblolly plantation (20 +/- years old)</li>
<li>Over 3500' of internal streams</li>
<li>.3 mile of internal gravel drive</li>
<li>2.5 miles from Stoneville NC</li>
<li>5 miles to Eden NC</li>
<li>4 miles to Hwy 220 / I73</li>
<li>27 miles north of Greensboro</li>
This 37.5 acre tract is located off of Martin Farm Rd in the eastern portion of Stokes County, and very close to the Rockingham County line. The property is turn key from the aspect having the ability to utilize on day one, whether its for recreational or residential purposes. The current owners have done a really nice job creating an all weather access gravel drive that leads deep into the interior, and ends at a nice ridge with expansive views. This site was chosen to be the prefect home site, and allowing for optimal privacy.
From a recreational standpoint the property falls into three categories. The first section along the highest topography consist of young Loblolly that were generated from the previous stands seed base. As you move down the property further headed towards the creek the slopes are a nice mix of timber ranging from Oak, Poplar, and Beech being the dominate species found. This area was select cut at the same time the Loblolly were harvested. Once you move to the toe of the slope you find a consistent Piedmont creek bottom habitat that is mainly occupied by Sycamore, Ironwood, and Birch. All three areas have a great deal of whitetail presence and create a nice diverse habitat.
<li>37.51 acres - 2018 survey -<em>PB15/PG181 (attached)</em></li>
<li>2,561 ft of frontage on Little Beaver Island Creek</li>
<li>154 ft of frontage on Martin Farm Rd</li>
<li>Property in <em>PUV</em> status - 2021 Tax Bill $119.14 / $96800 Land Value / $16,100 Taxable Value / $80,700 Deferred Value</li>
<li>8.5+/- acres of natural regenerated Loblolly Pine - approx 4 yrs old</li>
<li>9+/- acres in 100yr flood plain - mix of creek bottom timber species</li>
<li>19+/- acres of hardwood mix - select cut approx 4yrs ago</li>
<li>1550 ft existing gravel drive leading to a great homesite</li>
<li>Previous soil evaluation</li>
<li>6 miles west of Madison,NC</li>
<li>7.5 miles west of Hwy 220 / I-73</li>
<li>5 miles west of Mayo River State Park</li>
<li>30 miles northwest of Greensboro, NC</li>
<li>25 miles northeast of Winston Salem, NC</li>