Whoever stated that “money doesn’t grow on trees” never looked at the 684 +/- acre Wawbeek Tract, located in Escambia County, Alabama. New to the market, this tract is one of the finest timber investments to hit the market in Alabama in many years. With almost 575 acres of planted pines either merchantable or near ready for thinning, the Wawbeek Tract will generate revenue for many years into the future.
New to the market, the 461 +/- acre Heins Tract is a beautiful, heavily wooded property in highly sought after area of Richland County, South Carolina. Located just 10 miles outside of downtown Blythewood, this timberland property for sale has an excellent opportunity for continued value appreciation in one of the most popular areas outside of Columbia. The tract has slightly less than 1 mile of paved road frontage on Hidden Valley Rd. An excellent, internal road system provides drivable access to the whole property. READ MORE
Pacific Brook Forest is an exceptional homestead opportunity, but it also offers a valuable timber resource as an alternative investment option. Maple sugarmakers will find much of the 668+/- acre property well-suited as a sugarbush operation. Located in one of the most scenic parts of northern Vermont, the property sits adjacent to the spine of the Green Mountain Range with several peaks visible from the property’s meadows. To the west, the entire Cold Hollow Range unfolds. At the back end of the meadow sits the old homestead, which is likely most suitable for camp use. The home is at the end of a town road and well away from any other homes, so privacy and lack of any road noise creates a serene retreat with extensive solitude.