Trinity Forest is a historic & intensively managed forestry property with healthy varying ages of pine plantations & intermittent Stream-side Management Zones (SMZ's) along creek drains. Excellent public road frontage & access with excellent internal road system for forestry...
944 Ac. Horse/Cattle Ranch,4 homes,runs 300 cows, many improvements. Everything you need for your horse and cattle operation.
PRICE REDUCED!!! $2,850,000.00
Animal Units: 300 cows
Location: Pontotoc County, OK, 6 miles N.W. of Ada, 65 miles S.E. o...
LOCATION: This beautiful recreational/hunting ranch is located about 9 miles northeast of Brady and 4 miles northwest of Rochelle. This ranch lies approximately 1 mile off of paved FM 1121, with good county road access.
WATER: Two water wells and one stock pond on the ran...
Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
North Carolina's 933-square-mile Pender County covers two percent of the state's total land area. Of North Carolina's 100 counties, Pender County ranks 49th in terms of the size of its population (57,611, according to 2015 Census estimates). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Pender County. The county is also considered popular among retirees. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Pender County at $2,848 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $1,342,640 (the most expensive listing being for $5.5 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Pender County was 233 acres. Land for sale in Pender County totaled 5,656 acres and $16.1 million in overall land value, with the city of Burgaw featuring the most land for sale in the county. With a recreation- and tourism-dependent economy, recreational acreage and property, as well as hunting lands, are most commonly sold in Pender County.
Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Pender County North Carolina
This tract has it all, big bucks, turkey, flooded swamp, river and creek frontage, and a duck impoundment!
If you are looking for a small hunting property that has it all and less than 30 minutes from Wilmington, look no further. The tract is bordered on the east side by the Northeast Cape Fear River and is 34 river miles above Wilmington. It is bordered on the north side by Pike Creek. Large agricultural fields border the west side and a field and woodlands border the south side. This makes this property a magnet for game, especially big bucks. We saw a bachelor group of four shooters on the tract this summer. A 1.5 acre food plot is in place and there are several other areas of the tract that are potential Biologic food plots.
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$59,0000.72 acresBeatty's Bridge Road, Atkinson, NC28421 - Pender County
Perfect cabin or home site on Black River surrounded by some of the best hunting and fishing in North Carolina, not far from Wilmington.
Black River is one of the best rivers in eastern North Carolina to have a home or that secluded get away cabin. This lot is located only 21 miles from White Lake and 32 miles from Wilmington, North Carolina. Black River is one of the most beautiful black water streams in the country, with plenty of fish and wildlife surrounding this property. The property is covered in a mixture of pines and hardwoods on a high bluff overlooking the Black River. The river bank is lined with Spanish moss draped large cypress trees that give the property that low country atmosphere. A boat ramp is located only a few hund
Well established gated access road from the east off Buckle Road with a small amount of road frontage. A well developed interior road system highlights this tracts accessibility.
0.5 miles of river frontage along the Cape Fear River.
Only 40 minutes from Wilmington.
Painted and maintained boundary lines.
Opportunities for multiple cash flow events from well-managed timber. Many accessible areas of the tract were harvested after Hurricane Fran in 1996. Some of upland areas were replanted with loblolly pine and are ready to be thinned. The remaining uplands were either planted in longleaf pine, which will be ready to manage for pine straw production in the next few years, or allowed to naturally regenerate. The upland and bottoml