Details of the Pettus H. Senn Trust Tract - $460,000.00
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Located in what is known as the “farming section” of Newberry County, this old farm tract has been in the same Family for over 100 years. It is comprised of 46.5 acres cultivated land, 106.5 pines which were planted in 2000, and 26.47 acres in various hardwoods which are predominantly stream side management zones (SMZs). The cultivated acreage is leased annually to a local farmer.
An old farm house located on 11 acres (originally a part of the subject tract) is located adjacent to this property and is also currently “for sale”.
Pines were thinned in 2016 and are in a free-to-grow condition. Farm roads provide access throughout the entire tract. A second thinning will be needed in five to seven years.
Hunting rights have been leased annually to the same reputable hunt club for over 15 years.
Soils are very productive and are predominantly Cecil sandy clay loam and Rion sandy loam. These are preferred soils for row crops and pasture.
Surrounding tracts are well managed for wildlife, particularly deer and turkey. Wildlife openings could readily be established in existing fields.
Tax Map # 108-2 (part)
Platbook C-172 Page 10