The Linwood Tract is located in Northeast Pike County just ±9 miles from the City of Troy and ±5 miles north of the Town of Banks. The tract lies just West of State Highway 223 along paved County Road 69. The tract also has additional frontage along County Road 55 (gravel). This property is well located for outdoor recreation such as deer and turkey hunting along with timber production. There is also a possibility for rural home sites along its road frontage.
The land on the Linwood Tract consists mostly of rolling timberland suitable of both pine and hardwood production. There is an overhead powerline that crosses the property from Northwest to Southeast that also provides openings and areas currently planted in foot plots for wildlife. There is an adequate road system throughout the property, easily traveled by 4-wheel drive vehicle.
This tract is a tremendous timber investment property. The timber on the property currently consists of “Old Growth” Pine and Hardwood timber, which doesn’t appear to have been cut in decades. The Pine Timber consists of mostly Loblolly Pine. The property also hosts areas of valuable Hardwood Timber. Portions of this timber could currently be sold as pine saw timber or hardwood logs. The property is located less than a 30 mile haul to the newly constructed Rex Lumber Facility located in North Pike County.
The Linwood Tract is a wonderful timber investment and recreational hunting property located just ±9 miles Northeast of the City of Troy. No matter if your looking for timber investment, hunting property, or a family retreat this property is sure to fit your needs.
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