I own 80 acres and I have the rare chance to buy some ground that a joins mine. I can purchase either between 53 to 55 acre tract or a 63 to 65 acre depending on survey track. I had recently been thinking of selling my farm as it is paid for. I use it for hunting and recreation only. The farm next door to me has just come up for sale and the new owners dont want the timber. The tracks I would buy would be all timber. They are willing to survey it off, bulldoze the line and fence it as they run cattle. I would pay half of the survey and closing cost. No real estate commission or contract fees. The price is higher than what I think it is worth but it is a once in a life time purchase opportunity and if I dont buy it they may sell it to someone else and I will have a new neighbor. If I buy this place I will also be eliminating the two to three hunters who hunt the ground hard all season. The cost is $2,000 per acre. I gave only $700 an acre for my farm a few years ago. I would say this land is worth maybe $1300 to $1400 an acre. It has some marketable timber. Probably $10 to $15 thousand of walnut. I sold about 20K of walnut off my place when I first bought it. Would pay more for a joining ground than what its worth???? I attached some pictures the pink is the new ground. The rectangle on the right is my current 80 acres.