Tract A876 - JUST REDUCED!
Approximately 15 acres of open land and 197 acres of north sloope oak, sugar maple, young poplar, hickory and other hardwoods. Lower ridges support stands of white pine, VA pine, hemlock and mixed oak. Four long north south oriented hollows create three mid slope bowl-shaped coves that have good stands of red, black, white and chestnut oak growing along with sugar maple, hickory and large diameter white pine. Property joins US Forest Service along its upper boundary and one half of the western boundary. Good deer, bear, turkey and small game hunting. Kimberling Creek flows through lower edge of property. Appalachian Trail just above the property.
From Wytheville, VA follow I-77 north for 10 miles to Bland (Exit 52). Follow US 42/52 into town of Bland. Turn left on North Scenic Hwy (US route 52, Main Street) and follow 52 to top of Brushy Mountain. Turn right (east) on Kimberling Road (Route 612) crossing over I-77 and through US Forest Service on Gravel Road for 5 miles to sign and locked gate on the right. Look for Advance Land and Timber signs.