133 acres of wooded land with timber, trout stream and adjoining US forest lands in the Town of Bemis
A mountain property steeped in railroad history and a short walk across the road and railroad tracks to the Shavers Fork River. Access is found along the Bemis Road and is gated.
This property sits on both sides of Fishing Hawk Creek known for its brook trout and rainbow trout fishing. Majority of the property is surrounded by public lands and is surveyed with painted boundary lines.
The forest consists of mixed hardwoods and softwoods dominated by soft maple, cherry, hemlock, birch, ash, poplar and red oak. A good mix of mature and young timber provides a varying landscape for wildlife. Hemlocks line the stream and provide ample shading to the creek. Timber has been well managed here, will provide returns long into the future, and is 65% or more of the property value.
Fishing Hawk Creek meanders approximately ½ mile through this property and is a beautiful trout stream that feeds into Shavers Fork River. Enjoy your own private fishing opportunities along Fishing Hawk Creek and have endless fishing along the Shavers Fork River!
This is a unique property in the heart of outdoor recreation in West Virginia in a great location. Hiking, Biking, Hunting and fishing are all nearby.
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- Lot Size: 133.00 acres
Local Directions: Glady Fork Road (CR27) to Bemis Road (CR22), travel through Bemis and cross over railroad tracks (veer right). Proceed on Bemis Road for approximately 1 mile (uphill) and notice gate on left. This is gate to property.
Deed Book & Page: 527/567
Local School District: Beverly
Tax Parcel ID: 138000200000000
Road Frontage: 2,000 feet
Oil & Gas Rights: no
Water Feature: Fishing Hawk Creek
Adjoins State Land: yes