This property is a rare find in Eastern NC being that none of the 1014 +/- acres is in the 100-year flood plain. The property is located southeast of Elizabethtown, 3 miles from Curtis L. Brown Jr. Airport (KEYF). The property has ample road frontage on both Airport Rd. on the east side of the property and Rosindale Rd. on the west side of the property, along with a well-maintained interior road system. The property shows obvious signs of spectacular wildlife and timber management over the years. There are mature canopy pine plantations mixed with row crop land and timber of various rotations scattered throughout. The deer and turkey have made this property a sportsman’s dream. The ponds and creeks serve as a refuge for a healthy duck and fish population. The intricate road and trail system gives access to many secluded hunting spots with permanent blinds. There are several high-quality comfortable hunting stands in place on the property overlooking productive hunting lanes. The Curtis L. Brown Jr. Field located 3 miles from the property is a 5006-foot lighted strip with parallel taxiway. The airport’s close proximity to this property allows executives and high-level guests to avoid commercial travel and easily slip into a private sportsman’s refuge via a private aircraft.