North Carolina Land for Sale

Highway 410 Farm

291 Acres, Bladen County, NC

Description

291 acre timberland, farm and hunting property for sale in Bladen County, North Carolina. The property features 19 acres of cropland, 56 acres of mature timber with an estimated value of $75,000, 211 acres of one year old loblolly pine plantation and 5,200 feet of road frontage along both sides of Highway 410. The mature timber could be harvested immediately or left to grow. The one year old loblolly pine plantation will provide future income through thinnings and/or clearcuts. The farm has an excellent road system including a road that travels through the one year old pine stand to the very southern part of the property. Boots Swamp forms the northern boundary and may have duck hunting potential. Located three miles north of Bladenboro and 32 miles to Fayetteville.

Property Features

  • 291 acres by deed in three tax parcels
  • 19 acres of cropland
  • 56 acres of mature pine and mixed hardwoods
  • Estimated value of mature timber is $75,000
  • 211 acres of one year old loblolly pine plantation
  • 5,200 feet of road front along Highway 410 (both sides)
  • Access roads throughout the property
  • Transmission line
  • Frontage on Boots Swamp with duck hunting potential
  • Major soils types: Norfolk, Goldsboro, Rains and Grifton
  • County water along highway

Timber Stands

  • 56 acres mature loblolly pine and mixed hardwoods
  • The 56 acres has an estimated value of $75,000
  • 211 acres of one year old loblolly pine plantation

Distances

  • 3 miles to Bladenboro
  • 12 miles to Elizabethtown
  • 16 miles to Lumberton
  • 32 miles to Fayetteville

Directions

From Bladenboro: Take Highway 410/131 north 2.8 miles to the property.

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Uses

Farming, timber investment, hunting, recreation

Coordinates

34.582540, -78.768079

Price

$360,000 ($1,237/acre)

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Disclaimer: Information taken from reliable sources and thought to be correct. Potential buyers should perform their own due diligence and verify all information.