Brick Road Mitigation Bank
Old Brick Road, Bunnell, Florida
The Brick Road Mitigation Bank is currently one of Florida’s best opportunities to invest in a fully authorized mitigation bank in one of the hottest development markets in the U.S. It consists of 2,945 acres located in northern Flagler County, Florida – south of CR 204 and West of Old Dixie Highway.
Apalachee River Timberlands
Morgan County, Georgia
The property contains 1,944± contiguous acres located conveniently near the historic towns of Madison and Watkinsville, and urban centers of Athens and Atlanta. These secluded acres offer a combination of size, habitat diversity, and merchantable timber volume.
Sussex County / Southampton County / Dinwiddie Cou, Virginia
THE PROPERTYPRICE REDUCED! Unique property is being offered for sale in its entirety with a new asking price of $4,600,000. Offers will not be considered for individual tracts.THE PROPERTYThe offering includes ten properties, ranging in size from 53 to 668 acres.The acreage is comprised of:2,029± acres of pine plantations and 91 acres of recent pine cutover (76.
Searcy County, Arizona
This property offers excellent opportunity as a recreational timberland investment. Over 85% of the tract contains merchantable predominantly upland hardwood timber with the balance of the acreage in young hardwood, pasture, and pond. The topography is rolling to steep with numerous scenic streams, small waterfalls, and rock outcroppings.
Fifty Six Tract
Stone County, Arizona
The Fifty-Six Tract provides excellent opportunity to invest in a contiguous large parcel of timberland that offers a diversity of outdoor recreational opportunities. The property is well suited for campsites or a cabin overlooking the rolling hills. Abundant wildlife includes turkey, deer, bear, and small game. Frontage on County Roads provides easy access.
Searcy County, Arizona
The Cozahome Tract is a large contiguous timberland parcel that abounds with recreational and timberland investment opportunities. County and internal roads provide excellent access and rural utilities are available. Abundant wildlife includes turkey, deer, bear, small game while elk are on nearby properties.
Grafton, New Hampshire
The 751-acre Hutchins Tract is located in the small New England town of Alexandria 40 miles north of Concord. The property is nestled between Cardigan State Park to the west and Newfound Lake to the east. Hutchins Hill dominates the tract and provides stunning views of the Newfound waters and surrounding hills.
Richardson-Young Hill Tract
The 169 acre Richardson/Young Hill Tract is situated southerly of the Little Androscoggin River and westerly of the Greenwood/West Paris town line and contains over 1.5 miles of frontage along the Richardson Hollow and Young Hill Roads. The tract is comprised of well and moderately well drained soils sloping south and southwest and is well stocked with mixed softwood and northern hardwood species.
Lowe East Tract
Located on the upland side of the northwest shore of Mud Pond, the slopes of Lowe East provide westerly over water views of Patch and Lovejoy Mountains. The 35-acre parcel is comprised of mixed softwood and northern hardwood species. The tract contains over 650' of frontage along the Greenwood Road. Approximately 1,300' of timber road provide access to the interior of the lot.
Franklin County, Maine
Excellent public road access from either Huff Rd or West Freemen Rd. The frontage along Huff rd has some moderately steep topography w/ opportunity for distant northerly & easterly views. Frontage along West Freeman rd allows very easy access via old logging rd and logging yard. This area is attractive and level. There is power along both roads.
The 70 acre Perham Tract straddles Niles Brook and is situated between Noyes Mountain and Shaw Ledge. The tract is nicely stocked with a mixture of softwood and northern hardwood species and provides an excellent opportunity for a managed woodlot and remote hunting camp.
The Hayes Tract consists of 25 acres located along the Greenwood/Norway town line and contains over 600' of frontage along the Hayes Road (unpaved public road). The terrain is rolling. Soils are generally well drained. The tract is well stocked primarily with northern hardwoods.