Presenting Sudlers Creek Farm, comprised of approximately 683 +/- acres of land per the recorded deed and tax records of Somerset County. As measured by GIS, the acreage calculates to 683 acres. The property consists of approximately 463 +/- acres of timber, 70+/- of tillable land, 102 +/- acres of marsh and 3+/- acres with residential and other outbuildings across the property. Farm offering includes 7 tax parcels. Property is subject to conservation easements. Easements recorded were completed at different times and by different owners. Easements are individually oriented per land parcel, and are provided in document section.
The farm is improved by a good road system, deer blinds, food plots, waterfowl impoundments, irrigated farmland, a restored farmhouse, large pole barn and two additional outbuildings. The history of wildlife management and location make these farms the perfect setting for long term management for wildlife. The hunting opportunities at Sudlers Creek Farm for whitetail, waterfowl and turkey are clear throughout the 683-acre land tract. The creek is accessible on the West side of the farm on the headwaters of Big Gut. The farm has been actively managed for over 20 years for whitetail, and in recent years greater emphasis has focused on waterfowl, with the installation of small impoundments to manage with planted millet and other small grains. The small water habitats can be managed using wells to create flooding for seasonal waterfowl migrations and the waterfowl hunting seasons. Multiple food plots are well established throughout the property and multiple high quality deer blinds also improve the farm. The farmland on the West side of Hood Road is irrigated. The land is conserved under conservation easements restricting subdivision and residential construction. Another dwelling can be constructed on the East farm of Hood Road. The farmhouse is an early 20th century, fully upgraded home with a porch, 2 baths and 5 bedrooms, and will easily accommodate many guests for a hunting party or hunt club. The commercial cooler for storing game improves the farmhouse and utility of the property. The pole barn is relatively new and provides a well-proportioned shop with ample storage for tractors, ATVs and nearly any farm or wildlife management equipment.
Sudlers Creek Farm is a turn-key opportunity in that the habitat is present and the history of wildlife management is over 30 years in the making. This 683-acre offering provides the wildlife manager a unique opportunity to manage on a landscape level for high quality whitetail, turkey and waterfowl. Farms like this with this rich management history are one of a kind.