365 acres of Hatchie River bottom timberland with 1.5 miles frontage on the Hatchie River. Timber is made up of white oak, red oak, hickory, ash, sweet gum, poplar, cypress, and other mixed bottom land hardwoods that were select cut to 16" DBH 1-20 years ago. An estimated and uncertified timber harvest volume is 4380 tons. This equates to $150,000 to $200,000 on today's market. These numbers need to be verified by a new owner with certified timber cruise.
The property has great deer, duck and turkey hunting and is influenced by thousands of acres of neighboring farm and timber land, up and down the Hatchie River, that is used for that purpose.
SHOWN BY Appointment: Shane Martin, Agent
Directions to Land
7 miles SE of Bolivar on HWY 125 to Pea Vine Road: East on Pea Vine 1 mile to old county road to the north; then North on old county road 2+ miles.