UTG’s investment portfolio is comprised of a diversified asset base including numerous properties in the Southeast United States. Many of these properties have the potential for harvesting timber or mining minerals, while others are located in prime vacation spots and move-in or development ready.
If you are interested in learning more about our property holdings, you can contact Casey Willis at [email protected]; or Shay Pendygraft at [email protected].
Approximately 18,000 acres of timber tracts.
Located in northern Casey county, Kentucky, this property is 1500+ acres of timberland with a few small clearings with 90% harvestable timber. It is improved by two primitive log cabins and a restored fire tower. There are five small wet weather waterfalls on the property created by 15-25 feet depressions. There is also a cave or rock house.
Located just off I-55
The property is adjacent to Country Company’s Claims Office and close to the University of Illinois Springfield and Lincoln Land Community College.
Area businesses include hotels, restaurants and convenience Stores.
Land Area: ±35,049 sf (±.80 ac)
The Long Hollow and Russell Branch property is located in the Ellisburg Community of northern Casey County. There is a 40 acre tract and a 60 acre tract that is not shown on this plat. Approximately 10% of the land is clear with the remainder in harvestable timber. There is currently a small crop lease on 80 acres. The property is improved by a small tenant house, bunkhouse barn, average tobacco barn, uninhabitable cabin and several dilapidated barns. There are also a few family cemeteries on the property prohibiting closure of the county roads.
Located at the southeast corner of Toronto Road & Cotton Hill Road.
Land Area: ±3.6 Acres (±156,816 SF).
High profile corner lot at traffic signaled intersection. Immediate area has recently experienced very successful commercial and multifamily development.
Close to Lincoln Land Community College & University of Illinois Springfield.
Zoned S-2 Community Shopping and Office District.