Timberneck Farm provides a unique opportunity to establish a profound relationship with the landscape. 

Timberneck Farm’s agricultural lands are well suited for sustainable practices. The property is surrounded by 400 acres of forests and wetlands forever protected by conservation easements, including the region’s largest privately owned stand of longleaf pines. Most importantly, Timberneck Farm preserves the historical and cultural heritage of the Middle Peninsula. This is the land of the Pocahontas and Captain John Smith, where generations of fishermen and oyster farmers have worked the local waterways.