Halibut Mountain Forest is a conserved timberland allowing for forestry operations and public recreation. The property has been professionally managed for decades with the current resource dominated by newly regenerated stands and pole to small sawlog-sized stands. The forest is well suited to the long-term buyer seeking appreciation from the developing timber resource; Capital Timber Value is calculated to be $71,200. The northern section of the property occupies the upper slopes of Halibut Mountain, while the northeastern areas of the land rise to a ridge on Sheridan Mountain. The center of the property is a bowl bordered by these two ridges. Soils leading to the ridges and mountain tops are well-drained and support quality northern hardwoods. Drainage in the central and southwestern areas is adequate, supporting mixed species such as spruce, fir, ash, birch, maple and cedar. Topography is mostly gentle with the exception of some steep slopes leading to Halibut Mountain.
Listed by Michael Tragner and Todd Waldron of Fountains Land Inc.