The Robbins Tract is a managed timberland property in a highly desirable part of the state, just outside of Carthage. This tract is accessed via a private woods road from Bethlehem Church Road. An interior woods road dissects the tract and provides easy drivable internal access. The topography is gradually rolling with a large flat bottom on the north side of the tract along McClendon's Creek. The tract is located in a strong pine sawtimber market area and provides high quality recreational and hunting opportunities. The area is known for Whitetail deer, wild turkey, and other small game species. Centrally located in the state, this tract is an easy drive from Raleigh, Greensboro, Asheboro, and Pinehurst. A small old graveyard is also present on the tract. The mineral rights are reserved and will not convey in the sale.