Description: The perfect sized tract for anyone wanting to build a cabin on secluded acreage or for those just wanting to get away for a weekend. The topography consists of gently sloping hillside with a knoll at 920+ that offers views of the surrounding area with some light clearing. The woods consist of a majority hardwood trees with some coniferous trees mixed in. The property was cut years back and has been kept thinned out with subtle management and prescribed burning. There is also a .25-acre pond in near the well location that is being used heavily by the local wildlife. This property has its own legal access, but a driveway can be built along HWY 1 for a different point of entry.
Wildlife: White-tailed Deer, Black Bear, Eastern Wild Turkey, and feral hogs are just some of the wildlife that this tract has to offer. These 63 acres sit in between two heavily travelled corridors of valleys and hills that produce large trophy bucks. Controlled fires and timber harvesting have created a layer of forbs and browse that keep the deer coming in. The surrounding forest is sparsely populated and the pressure on game is not like that you find in areas dotted with small tracts.