Under an hour from Richmond this 174.5 acres brings a lot to the table. Despite a gentle 3+ acre field up top, this tract is mostly wooded with a strong branch from Bent Creek splitting the center of the property. The creek commonly floods and often holds a beaver swamp during the wetter months. There are two access points from different ends of the property providing the convenience of getting above either side of the creek. The woods were torn up with deer sign and turkey scratches, quickly revealing it’s hunting potential. This property has that gamey feeling the moment you step on it. There is a little roll to the property offering you nice saddles and pinch points off the creek bottom to position yourself for that chance on a big buck. There are some really old oak trees scattered throughout this property as close to half of this property was protected with stream side management zones which are surrounded by mixed timber pushing the 30 year mark highlighting the diversity this property offers for wildlife. If you’re looking for that next investment that also provides some great memories along the way, then the hunt is over.