-/+ 148.90 Acres - Montgomery County, North Carolina
The Atkins Tract is a managed timberland investment property in a good location near the intersection of HWY 24/27 and I-73/I-74 in Biscoe, NC. The majority of the tract is planted in 2016 loblolly Pine and located in one of the best pine sawtimber markets in the US South. The tract is accessed via a right of way access from Cotton Creek Road. An interior woods road provides drivable access through the center of the property, and a large powerline crosses part of the tract. Several streams are present on the property as well. This tract adjoins a proposed Mega-Site for industrial development that may lend the tract for future higher use. The property has high recreation potential, with opportunities to hunt Whitetail deer, wild turkey, rabbits, and quail. With the proximity to major roads, the Robbins Tract is an easy drive from Charlotte, Greensboro, Asheboro, and Raleigh areas. Mineral Rights are reserved and will not convey in the sale.
From the intersection of HWY 24/27 and I-73/HWY220 in Biscoe, NC, travel east on HWY 24/27 for 1 mile. Turn left onto Cotton Creek Road and follow for ±0.7 miles. The access road to the tract is on the right, and it has a cable gate. American Forest Management signage is located at the property line. A close address for GPS navigation is: 1712 Cotton Creek Road, Biscoe, NC 27209