40 ac +/- Hunting and Timber Land for Sale in Bertie County NC!
315 West Sycamore Street
Aulander, NC 27805
For immediate assistance with this listing call Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720.
Looking for an affordable Timber Investment property that is loaded with Wild Game? This beautiful hunting and timber tract has high quality merchantable timber and is located in the heart of Big Buck Country in Bertie County, NC! Call Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720 to schedule a showing today!
40 ac +/- Hunting and Timber Land for Sale in Bertie County NC! Located at the end of West Sycamore Street in Aulander, NC, this property is full of high quality investment grade timber set in plantation style pines. The timber is 30 years old and has been thinned once. There are series of roads and 4-wheeler paths that crisscross the property allowing good access for hunting and Timber Management.
Bertie County has long been known for being one of the best deer and turkey hunting locations in the state, and this tract is no exception. Bertie County has a wide variety of big game to include a growing population of Black Bear. Parts of Bertie County near the Roanoke River and the Cashie River have seen trophy Black Bear taken over the last few years and that trend continues today. So if you're looking for a great property to service your hunting and investment needs this tract is perfect for you!
A little about the area...Bertie County is one of the largest counties in North Carolina, spanning 741 square miles. It was originally part of Albemarle County, established in 1660. In 1670, Chowan County, including Bertie Precinct, was cut from Albemarle County. Bertie Precinct was finally given status of county in 1722 when it separated from Chowan County. Initially, Bertie County was comprised of present Bertie County, Tyrrell County, Edgecombe County, Northampton County and Hertford County. By 1780, Bertie County had been divided to resemble its current shape.
Bertie County was named for James and Henry Bertie, who had purchased land from the original Lord Proprietors. Bertie County's county seat is Windsor, which was established in 1766 and was made county seat in 1774. The County includes the eight incorporated townships of Askewville, Aulander, Colerain, Kelford, Lewiston-Woodville, Powellsville, Roxobel and Windsor. Bertie County is comprised of fertile uplands and lowlands, with some large swamps called pocosins, making Bertie County ideal for agriculture. In addition, the timber industry is key to the area. Livestock and the growing poultry industry, which focuses on broiler production, are major contributors to Bertie County's agriculture base. (http://www.co.bertie.nc.us/information/history.html)
For more information on this and other land for sale in Bertie County, contact Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720 or by email at email@example.com, or visit landandfarmsrealty.com.