204 acres-6,500' of Road Front-Ducks, Geese, Turkey & Big Game Hunting-Timberland-Farmland-Creek 204 acres +/- and over 6500' of road front Greene County prime farmland, timberland and hunting land. 52.83 acres of USDA/FSA road front cropland. The fields are finished and no till farming practices are utilized. A soil map and soil capability report can be found in attached documents and also in the MAPRIGHT layer section of this listing. 89 acres of Managed timberland cut in 2016 with a bedded replant recommended for February of 2019. Another 18 acres of young pine on the south side of the road for 107 total acres of Loblolly pine potential. TImberland and Farmland total 159.83 acres. The NC FORESTRY SERVICE plan can be found in the attached documents. Approximately 2.8 detached acres of big hardwood old growth timber boarder the Little Contentnea Creek on the southwest south side of the road. The south side of the road is divided into 27 acres of farmland and timberland and 2.8 acres of old growth hardwoods. This side is flat and would be an ideal homesite. This farm is home to deer, ducks, geese, and turkey. The Little Contentnea Creek borders the Northeast property line on both sides of the road. Freshwater canoing and fishing are additional activities this property will support. The creek terrain is level with mild slope up to the fields. The North side of the road has approximately 3395' of road front. The South side of the road has approximately 3109' of road front. A white block structure sits on the north side of the road. It has a tin roof and could be brought back to life. It has the appearance of an old country church. There is a flood plain buffer area running along the Contentnea Creek. The north property line has a small stream feeding into the Contentnea Creek creating a diverse habitat for waterfowl, deer and turkey. This habitat gives a hunter every opportunity to harvest big whitetail deer, turkey and waterfowl. The NORTH side borders also deters trespassiing. The tract is located 5 minutes north of Hwy 264 between Greenville and Wilson and near the Pitt and Green County Line. Raleigh is about an hour away.
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