With growing timber and great hunting for deer, bear, and turkey, This is a great timber and hunting property!
Located on Adams Road near Pink Hill in Jones County North Carolina, this is a great timber tract that also offers excellent hunting. It is bordered by large timber tracts which makes it hunt bigger than it is. The pine timber is growing well and the tract has been thinned. The tract could be thinned again and some areas clear cut for food plots. A few acres of BioLogic food plots would turn this tract into a serious wildlife magnet. The property is located conveniently only a few minutes from Jacksonville and Camp Lejeune. This is a great opportunity to own an income producing timber tract and have a great place to hunt deer, turkey, and bear!
At Mossy Oak Properties we understand your passion for the outdoors; it’s our obsession. We believe in the heart of every human being is the desire for a connection to the land that touches our souls in a way that binds us more deeply to God’s great creation. That’s what makes owning your own piece of ground so fulfilling.
Like many of our customers, we love to spend time in the woods, whether we are hunting, fishing, or sharing the beauty of the outdoors with friends and family. We understand the importance and commitment of good stewardship and what that means for providing future generations with all the rights and privileges we enjoy today.
Let the experts at Mossy Oak Properties connect you with the right piece of property that will fill your dreams and inspire your imagination. We love what we do, and want to help you discover the unique bond with the land and its creatures that only comes with owning your own “fist full of dirt”.
If you are looking to buy land in North Carolina, then working with a broker from our team of dedicated land specialists is the right choice.
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