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The Mckinney tract is located along Reed Creek about one-half mile from where it flows into the New River. The tract borders Reed Creek Drive (state route 619) which runs alongside Reed Creek. Approximately 13+/- acres of a low rounded ridge dissected by two shallow hollows were planted with white pine on a 8 foot by 8 foot to 10 by 10 foot spacing in 1984. Most of the white pine is currently 10 to 14 inches in diameter at breast height (dbh) and range from 8 to 16 inches. This white pine will be ready to harvest for sawtimber in 10 to 15 years.
This tract offers several potential building sites in the small cleared area at the southeast corner where there is a good view of Reed Creek and easy access from Reed Creek Drive, power and privacy.
This tract offers good deer hunting and future timber value. It is a 30 minute drive to Christianburg, Blacksburg and VA Tech and the famous New River is less than a mile away!
Approximately 48+/- acres located on the west side of Millers Creek Road (state route 712) in the Fort Chiswell Magisterial District of Wythe County, Tax Map 16-8, Deed Book 130 001 927, more commonly known as TBD Millers Creek Road, Max Meadows, VA 24360.
The mineral rights were reserved in a sale of the property in 1925 and the current ownership of the mineral rights is unknown. The current owner’s parents acquired the property in 1972 and the reservation of the mineral rights in 1925 is mentioned in the 1972 deed. The parents transferred to the property to current owner is 2013 and mineral rights reservation is again mentioned. The heirs of the 1925 owner are unknown.
The timber was harvested from most of this tract in 1998. It has naturally regenerated with mixed oak, maple, hickory and some white pine and Virginia pine. The old skid roads afford good internal access for deer, bear and turkey hunting. The property joins the Washington and Jefferson National Forest along two sides. The old log landing affords a good opportunity for clearing and creating a small food plot. There are several potential sites for a building a hunting cabin or parking a camper.
Access to thousands of acres of public hunting on National Forest, only two miles to good fishing for bass and bluegill at the very lightly fished Gatewood Reservoir. Excellent deer and turkey hunting and good bear and small game numbers.
The private gravel access road provides all weather, private access and is on a gentle grade.