Tract A942 (New Listing)
Approximately 200 acres of mountain hardwoods that are about fifteen to twenty years old. Young growing stands of yellow poplar, mixed oak, red maple, hickory, some Virginia and Pitch pine, hemlock and other hardwoods. Most of the young timber occurs in small pole sized (6 to 12 inches in diameter at breast height) dense stands. The hollows and north facing slopes support good stands of young yellow poplar with some oak and maple. There are scattered larger sawtimber sized poplar, oak and hemlock in the hollows that were not harvested. This tract offers good deer, bear and turkey hunting with an extensive network of old logging roads for four wheeler and utility vehicle access and good opportunities to improve wildlife habitat with the creation of small food plots. Beautiful long range mountain views.
Directions from U. S. Post Office, on Main Street in Lebanon, VA: Go west on W Main St/US-19 Bus S toward Maple St for 0.12 total miles.Then turn right onto Cleveland Rd/VA-82 ( just past Gibson St) for 6.78 miles. Turn left to stay on Cleveland Rd/VA-82 and go another .17 miles (7.07 total miles). Turn left onto Ivy Ridge Rd/VA-82/VA-600 for 1.93 miles (9.00 total miles). Continue to follow Ivy Ridge Rd/VA-600. Turn slight left onto Ivy Ridge Rd/VA-745. Continue to follow VA-745. Turn right onto Gravel Lick Rd/VA-600 for .33 miles to gate on right just past gravel driveway on right with sign saying private road and 103, 111 North Clinchfield.