Cleveland Co. Conservation Farm

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County: Cleveland

Location: Between 1516 and 1640 Cherryville Rd. (east side of road). N: 587602, E: 1267028

Total acres 38.1

Acres of cropland/tillable land 13.0

Acres of pasture 0.0

Acres of unfenced pasture 0.0

Property Description

This 38-acre tract between Shelby & Waco includes approx. 13 acres of tillable field and 25 ac. of hardwood forest. Road frontage on Hwy. 150 (Cherryville Rd.) affords easy access. A negotiable conservation easement will be placed on the property upon sale, allowing one homesite and farm-related outbuildings. Beautiful, long-range views of King's Mtn., convenient location and low price make this an ideal farm setting.

Type of opportunity

  • Sale (Standard)

Type of opportunity - more info

This is a great opportunity to pick up low-cost farmland for crops, forest management and/or hunting. A conservation easement (negotiated with buyer) reduces the price of this property while still allowing traditional farm uses and a homesite. There are currently no structures or improvements. Site has historically been planted in cotton. *Property is currently leased to a local farmer. Lease runs through Dec. 31, 2017 and must be honored after sale.

Equipment & infrastructure - more info


Current production on farm

  • Field crops

Current production on farm - more info

Cotton (approximately 13 acres) per lease agreement with local farmer.

Current and past farming practices

  • Conventional

Conservation easements or other protection programs

Seller is a land trust so a conservation easement will be placed on the property upon sale. General terms of the permanent easement are set but some specifics are negotiable with the buyer. It will allow continued farming, hunting, limited forest management along with a home site and farm-related outbuildings (location to be jointly determined). The land trust holding the easement will conduct an on-site visit to monitor the terms of the easement at least once-a-year. We respect property owners' rights and will notify the landowner in advance to schedule the visit each year. Land trust staff are available to discuss the proposed conservation easement with prospective buyer.

Additional aspects

Current land lease runs through the end of 2017.