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The Azalea Tract Comp 5, 472.64 acres is located north of Sussex County Court House with approximately 2,600' of frontage on Courthouse Road. This tract lays flat, with very productive soils primarily Slagle fine sand loam and Altavista sandy loam. The timber is 401 acres of 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2016 planted Loblolly pine with 64 acres of 1964 natural pine-hardwood mix bottom land. The tract has good interior roads to access the majority of the tract. This is an excellent timber investment with very productive soils and with over 86% of the land convertible.
Azalea Comp 7 is a 101 acre tract located South East of Sussex County Court House on Hunting Quarter Rd. This tract lays flat with majority of the property in uplands. The property is just north of Hunting Quarter swamp. The timber on this tract is 50 acres of 2011 planted loblolly pine, 28 acres of 1997 planted sweet gum hardwoods with the remaining 23 acres in cypress and hardwoods. The hunting opportunities are deer, turkey and ducks. This tract is a great opportunity as an timber investment and hunting tract.
The Azalea Comp 3 Tract is 1,570 acres located 5 miles East of Stony Creek, VA with over a mile of frontage on Cabin Stick Road. This property lays flat with 2.3 miles of frontage on the Nottoway River and with 1,006 acres of uplands and 549 acres of flats and bottom land. The timber consists of 985 acres of planted Loblolly pine and 549 acres of natural mix of mature pine and hardwoods stands. This tract has excellent soils for growing timber and a good interior road system to manage the timber and access the majority of the tract. The different ages of the timber stands from 1997-2004 offers a good cash flow for the long term investor. The recreational opportunities are hunting, fishing, canoeing, 4 wheeling, hiking and just about anything else one can do outdoors. The Nottoway River is a State Scenic River, a black water river with sandy bottom and mature cypress and hardwoods on its banks.The Nottoway River flows into the Chowan River (NC) and all the way to the Albemarle Sound. This 1,570 acre tract has a lot to offer the timberland investor and the recreational land buyer that wants something special.
This 725 ac Farm is located East of Jarratt, VA, has 2.49 miles of road frontage, and is 1.3 miles from the closest I-95 exit. The Farm has 441 acres of cropland consisting of prime soils, slagle fine sandy loam and craven loam. There are four ponds (36 acres) for irrigation and 194 acres of 2015 planted loblolly pine. The remaining acreage is made up of hardwood buffers and interior roads. This farm is an excellent opportunity to own a property with 441 acres of contiguous cropland with very productive soils.
85.7 acres managed timberland located near Jarrat, VA. This tract has 4,100' of State road frontage, the tract lays level and the soils are prime Farm land Slagle fine sandy loam and Myatt loam.
The timber is 1988 planted Loblolly pine and the site index is 88. This is an excellent investment tract with recreational opportunities.
The Pulley Tract (144 acres) is located approximately 1 mile south of the Town of Waverly and Hwy 460. This tract has approximately 1 mile of State road frontage providing great access to the tract and subdivision opportunities. The timber is approximately 100 acres of 1996 and 1997 planted Loblolly pine and 44 acres of 1950 hardwood bottom land. The soils are primarily Emporia Slagle and Roanoke Loam with an average site index of 88. The Coppahaunk Swamp flows through this tract providing excellent hunting opportunities of deer, turkey and ducks.
Located between Wakefield and Stony Creek in central Sussex County, VA - the Massenburg Tract is located convenient to I-95 and Petersburg. This tract is accessed from State Rt 35 and an interior road system. The timber is made up of 1989 natural pine and hardwoods also 2009 planted Loblolly pine, providing for current and future income potential. The soils are primarily Slagle Sandy Loam and Emporia with a site index average of 80. The natural hardwoods on this tract provide a great food source and therefore solid hunting opportunities.
The B.T. Horne Tract is located East of Emporia just North of Hwy 58. Access is by State road Rt 609 and Rt 697. This is a well-managed timber tract with merchantable 1986, 1990 planted Loblolly pine and 1990 Natural mixed hardwoods and pine. The pre-merchantable timber is 2013 and 2014 planted Loblolly pine. The soils are Ulonia and Emporia-Slagle with an average site index of 85. There is approximately 95 acres in natural timber which offers great forage areas for deer and turkey.
The UCC 1338 263 acres is located just North of Emporia and right off of I 95 at exit ramp 17. This tract is accessed by deeded Right of Way and internal roads. Topography is rolling with South Fork Poplar Swamp on the Northern boundary. The timber is primarily 1989 planted Loblolly pine and 2004 planted Loblolly pine. The soils are Uchee, Eulonia and Chastain Loam with an average site index of 85. Hunting opportunities are deer, turkey and ducks.