It's a 112-acre hunting retreat with prime agriculture fields and dense woodlands tucked off the highway. In total, 45 acres of fields exist split into three lots by wooded hedgerows. Fields are tucked off the highway with woodlots surrounding them offering protection and a perfect place to watch deer and turkeys in the afternoons from your stand without disturbances from the raging highways most tracts typically have issues with. Fields are fertile and are currently in production with hay and cotton, but could be converted into peanuts, corn, or soybeans to provide deer and other wildlife with an endless supply of tasty vittles throughout the seasons. Even though tract is easily accessible right off a paved road, it's in the middle of a large aggregation of Carolina Bays and a rural region of Cumberland County. On the southeastern quadrant, the tract abuts Harrison Creek Bay that is a 1,000-acre dense forest that is known to harbor large bucks, big flocks of turkeys, black bear, and truckloads of small game. And tract is approximately 1 mile from the Cape Fear River that is also known for wildlife. No doubt, tract is situated in a prime place and 45 acres can be farmed to bring deer and other wildlife from adjoining properties. Its the perfect set up for the right person looking for a good hunting property within close accessibility to major access ways. Tract is accessible right off Stedman-Cedar Creek Road just east of Fayetteville and is only 9 miles from Exit 49 on I-95.
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