Just in time for hunting season, this stand of loblolly pines offers a unique recreational opportunity only 45 minutes from Richmond. Situated only 5 miles off I-95 in Dinwiddie county, this property is only a few hundred yards away from the Sussex County line. The closest town is Stony Creek, a quiet little town sitting on the railroad tracks and Stony Creek itself. With a population of less than 200, you’ll likely encounter as many tractors as vehicles along the roads. This parcel of land has a nice shape with nearly 650 feet of direct road frontage along Troublefield Road. The pines themselves are over the 30 year mark creating a beautiful stand of quality timber. They are not only aesthetically pleasing but they allow for great opportunities to incorporate prescribed burns, food plots and an interior road system to create your hunting paradise. A timber management plan combined with long-term goals really make this property stand out for a great investment that also brings fun to the table in the process. Anything from a house in the pines to a timber investment that produces quality hunting, this property checks the boxes for all parties.