Hunting Getaway – Timber Investment – Trail System
This property doesn’t need any huff and puff because it is priced to sell! If your checklist includes bears, ducks and bucks then look no further than Maxton, N.C. The property has a mix of Pines and hardwoods, leading down to a creek that would act as a pit stop for migrating waterfowl in the winter months. There are multiple locations on the main path that could be set up with shooting stands and the property is large enough that it can be set up to harvest multiple species.
The property consists of a series of six parcels that the owner would like to sell in one transaction. The land does have an easement that adjacent owners have access to and there is a home that is at the end of the main path, just off of the right side of the property. The property did flood during Florence and there is no hiding that some tree work will be expected due to a wash out that you will see when walking the property.
Archaeological excavation performed in Robeson County reveals widespread, continuous occupation of the region by various cultures of indigenous peoples since the end of the last Ice Age. They had camps and settlements near the Lumber River for its water, transportation, fish and related wildlife resources. Local excavations reveal that Native American peoples made stone tools, using materials brought to present-day Robeson County from the Carolina Piedmont. The large amounts of ancient pottery found at some Robeson County sites have been dated to the early Archaic Woodland period. Materials show that local settlements were part of an extensive Native American trade network with other regions. Portions of the river basin show that Robeson County was a “zone of cultural interactions.
For more information on this and other Hunting Land For Sale in Robeson County NC, contact ANDREW WALTERS at (252) 904-3184, by email at AWALTERS@MOSSYOAKPROPERTIES.COM, or visit our website NCLANDPRO.COM.