205 ac. Barham’s Woods, Nottoway River, Southampton Co VA

Nov. 28, 12:00am – Dec. 13, 3:00pm

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205AC – 1.6 MILES ON THE NOTTOWAY RIVER

OFF INDIAN TOWN ROAD, SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY VIRIGNIA

Indian Town Rd.
Courtland, Virginia
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Barham’s Woods is a true treasure, a rare offering of 205 surveyed acres, with a deeded right of way on an all weather road, less than 2 miles from Courtland Virginia. The Woods are bounded on three sides by the Nottoway River, these timberlands teem with wildlife, a true sanctuary for waterfowl, upland game, deer, bear and turkey.  The southwest corner of the tract is blessed with a 13+ acre lake, the remnants of a former sand pit; the lake is filled with fresh water teeming with fish.

Decades of timber production are in place, there are approximately 160 acres of pine plantation (planted in 1995) and hardwood bottomlands. Much of the forest is ready for harvest or thinning. The pine stands are located on the higher elevations and would be considered well drained soils for logging. Hardwoods cover the low grounds and river banks.

The tidal Nottoway River wraps around the tract for over 1.5 miles of shoreline. PLUS a slough heading deep into tract provides an incredible natural waterfowl impoundment! Blessed with exceptional fishing and recreation The Nottoway River is a state scenic river, with a minimum of development and good fishing for a variety of species. It begins in Nottoway County, meanders through the Commonwealth’s piedmont and coastal plain then, at its confluence with the Blackwater River, forms the Chowan River in North Carolina. The River has a diverse fishery, ranging from bass (both largemouth and smallmouth) and catfish to shad and herring. Panfishes, including bluegill, redbreast and red ear sunfish, Roanoke bass, yellow perch, and black crappie are also common. The Nottoway produces some trophy fish, primarily red ear sunfish and blue catfish. Click here for information on The Nottoway River

Barham’s Woods is a true investment grade timberlands tract.  The timber value continues to yield a consistent return on your investment. The recreational and enjoyment value is immeasurable. PLUS there are no Conservation Easements in place at this time. There are extreme financial benefits to be had with Conservation Easements, Wetlands conservation and Carbon Credits.  Some grants may also be available. Barham’s Woods has the potential to be a great investment from all aspects. If you are interested in Conservation Easements and other available options contact Tee Clarkson, 804-687-1869 https://www.firstearth2030.com/

NOTICE: Showing is by self tour or appointment; please contact us with any questions or to preview the property.  Bill Baker 434-917-0778 or Barry Cole at 757-285-0317.

Bidding: Any questions on registration and bidding, PLEASE CALL! Need help bidding PLEASE CALL. Phone bids will be accepted.

BUY IT NOW: This property is subject to prior sale, all offers will be considered, don’t risk losing your opportunity at auction time. Make you best offer now by contacting Bill Baker 434-917-0778 or Barry Cole at 757-285-0317.

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