SOLD!! 89 acres of Timberland for Sale in Bertie County NC!

Bertie County North Carolina
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89+/- Acres

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Property Information

ID: 20662
Status: Sold
Acres: 89 +/-
Address: Off War Tom Road
City, State: Aulander, North Carolina
County: Bertie
ZIP Code: 27805

Description

If you haver been looking for a great timber investment tract where you can hunt, ride 4 wheelers, camp, and otherwise just have some fun in the outdoors, this tract is perfect for you. Fantastic stand of pines, remote location, and excellent wildlife habitat make this the right property for those looking to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle.

89 acres of Timberland for Sale in Bertie County NC! Located off War Tom Rd, in rural Bertie County, NC, this 89 acre timber tract is the perfect spot for someone wanting to have a timber investment they can hunt and enjoy while the their asset grows in value. The entire tract has been flat planted in 15 - 17 year old loblolly pines and the stand is in great condition (see the photo gallery for pictures).


Bertie County is known for excellent whitetail deer and turkey hunting, and this tract is no exception. The outstanding wildlife habitat provides all the food, water and cover they need to flourish and maintain a healthy heard. This tract is large enough to cut additional trails for 4 wheeling or trail riding, as well as, a great location to park a camper and enjoy some peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the city life.


A little history about the area. In Bertie County from 1722 to 1769, the county seat was what we call Hoggard Mill. The first courthouse, public warehouses, jail, grist mill, saw mill and various other commercial buildings were located at Hoggard Mill. For many years court met and ships were loaded at the Hoggard Mill section where the bridge stands today. The Cashie, leading up to Hoggard Mill was very long and narrow. There was a landing lower down on the river know as Gray's Landing. John, Lord Carteret, Earl of Granville, sold John Gray 1000 acres of Rose Field Plantation.


William Gray inherited this plantation and river landing from his father John. By 1750 the Cashie River had a large population and court activities. Trade activities. Trade shifted from Hoggard Mill to Gray's Landing by the 1760's, so much that William Gray offered 100 acres of Rose Field for the construction of a new town. The petition for a new town was presented to the assembly in the state of North Carolina. The petition said that a certain tract of land at Gray's Landing may be erected into a town. Since there was a courthouse already at what is now know as Hoggard Mill or Cashie. The government took petition under Advisement, and finally a committee voted Gray's Landing as the best site on which to build a new town. (https://windsornc.com/history-of-windsor/)


Nearby Ahoskie NC , has all of the city amenities you will need, restaurants, grocery stores, and big box retail like Walmart provide all the creature comforts with a short drive from the property. Downtown Windsor, NC is home to Bunn's BBQ which is one of the best local restaurants that has been serving NC Style BBQ for decades! If you are a fan of NC BBQ you have to stop by Bunn's for a real treat.


If you are interested in this property or other Timberland for Sale in Bertie County NC, then call Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720, or email bmcowen@mossyoakproperties.com. If you would like to see more properties like this please visit our new state of the art website at landandfarmsrealty.com

Additional Information

wildlife

  • bear
  • big game
  • small game
  • turkey
  • whitetail deer

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