Roberts Hardwood Forest is a mix of mature and young growing stock. This property is ideal for a
timberland investment, carbon sequestration project, recreation, and rural homestead.
The tract is located on a dirt road off Jess Bishop Road. The terrain varies from rolling to moderate hillsides with a small field along the creek. The Daniel Boone National Forest is located close to the property and offers hiking, fishing, and hunting. The towns of Richmond and Berea are only an hour's drive away. Both Richmond and Berea have colleges, lodging, restaurants, and shopping.
Roberts Hardwood Forest is accessed off Jess Bishop Road. A dirt road runs through the eastern side of the property and continues onto the neighboring property. Power is available along Jess Bishop Road.
The tract has a small field and gently sloped areas that would be a nice spot to build a cabin or a small retreat. As you go further into the property, the terrain is moderately hilly and heavily forested with hardwoods.
In 2019, a professional forester inventoried Roberts Hardwood Forest. The current timber volume is estimated to be 413,950 BF of mixed hardwood sawtimber. A full report can be provided. The forest is a mix of age classes with trees ranging from six inches up to thirty inches in diameter.