Situated within a few miles from the National and Scenic Lumber River in western Columbus County, lies the 149-acre Robin Bay Tract. This tract boasts 5 acres of prime farmland with an opportunity to grow massive yields of cotton, peanuts, corn, and soybeans in the heart of Southeastern North Carolina's agriculture belt. The balance of the tract consists of a small 1-acre pond and 143 acres of fertile timberland with over half the wooded acres as contiguous, mature pine and hardwood timber. This parcels is surrounded by similar forested and agriculture parcels rich in wildlife, including deer, turkey, and small game. It's the perfect hunting tract along US 76 and very close to US 74 that provides quick access to neighboring municipalities. The tract is less than 30 minutes from Lumberton and only an hour away from Wilmington, Myrtle Beach, Florence, or Fayetteville. This tract could also be the perfect location to build your dream home in rural Columbus County right near loads of amenities just a few miles away. Of the 143 acres of woodlands on this property, over half of the woodlands remain intact and the balance was harvested and is currently growing back vigorously. The uncut stands are dominated by pine offering the potential for immediate income earnings on these existing stands. It's a game paradise with abundant habitat for some of Columbus County's finest whitetails, big flocks of turkeys, and amble opportunities to run a cottontail rabbit in front of your beagles. Deer and turkey tracks dominate the field perimeter from the incidental spillage from recent agriculture harvests.
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