Have you been searching for a great investment and recreational property? This tract features thinned pines and a well maintained road system! It’s also full of wild game, making a great investment that you can enjoy!

162.49 Acres of Timber and Hunting Land For Sale in Craven County NC! The property primarily consists of pine trees that are roughly 10-15 years old. They have been thinned and are well maintained. There is also a path that goes through the property that is in very good shape and is 30-40 feet wide (see photo gallery). The property is accessed via a 30 foot deeded access easement that has been surveyed and recorded. A copy of the easement is available upon request. This property is locked and gated so please don’t visit the property without an agent present.

There have been a number of deer and black bear spotted on the property. There are plenty of places where feedeers, food plots, and hunting blinds can be situated to allow ample hunting opportunities. With some clearing work, additional paths and trails can be made to access more of the interior of the property. The neighboring tracts of land consists of family farms and large tracts of timberland, making this a great place to enjoy nature and wildife on an easy to manage tract of land.

From the property you are just under 30 minutes from New Bern (https://www.newbernnc.gov), 15 minutes from Kinston (https://www.ci.kinston.nc.us), 20 minutes from Grifton (http://www.grifton.com), and 15 minutes from Trenton (https://www.jonescountync.gov/?SEC=C66EF3A3-1D60-47CE-9E6F-85241D82202D).

Fort Barnwell is an unincorporated community in Craven County, North Carolina, United States. The fort was founded by Colonel John Barnwell of the South Carolina militia in 1712, and was abandoned in 1715. The fort, used in the Tuscarora War is now an archeological site and a National Historic Landmark. The present-day town of Fort Barnwell is located 18 miles east of Kinston and 2 miles west of New Bern near the Neuse River. Highway 55 runs through the town. It receives mail through the Dover Post Office and is served by the Fort Barnwell Volunteer Fire Department. The community, much like other small towns in the area, continues to grow in size as a satellite city to New Bern. – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Barnwell,_North_Carolina

For a birds eye view of the property visit our “MAPRIGHT” mapping system. Simply copy and paste this link into your browser (https://mapright.com/ranching/maps/32f15321acf72fc9380835b16cd3af46/share) and then click on any of the icons to see photographs taken from those exact locations as well as drone photos taken from the air. Click around and change the base layers to view shaded relief or hydrology maps of the area.

For more information on this and other Timber and Hunting Property in Craven County, contact ANDREW WALTERS at (252) 904-3184, by email at AWALTERS@MOSSYOAKPROPERTIES.COM, or visit NCLANDPRO.COM. You can also follow along on Facebook at @NCLandPro to see new, reduced, and coming soon properties daily!

 


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