The native hardwood tree species include; sugar & red maple, red & white oak, basswood, beech, butternut, ash, hickory, hophornbeam, birch, and cherry. Native softwoods include white pine, hemlock, red spruce and balsam fir. Most of the timber is currently in the pole to small sawtimber size class, an opportune size for improvement thinning. The most northern portion of the parcel extends into marsh land adjacent to Barter Creek. Three beaver ponds bisect the parcel south of the road. Evidence that deer, turkey, grouse, woodcock and waterfowl utilize the property's resources is abundant. Owners are willing to subdivide and accept $37,800 for -54 acres north of road, or $60,200 for -86 acres south of the road, final acreage and price determined by survey.
|School district: Hermon-Dekalb|
|Lot acreage is: 139.3000|
|Lot has pond|
|Lot has stream|
|Lot size: 0x750|