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Industrial

Route 333 Quarry

152 Hawstone Rd, Lewistown, PA 17044

Listing Price: $2,200,000

Lot Size
273.20 acres
Price/Acre
$8,053
Land Type
Land

Investment Overview

Marcus & Millichap is pleased to present: Route 333, Mifflintown, PA. 17059. APN 09-07-012 & 09-07-012 The subject property is a 272.32 acre tract of land location on Hawstone Rd. with the closest neighboring property address being 152 Hawstone Rd. Lewistown, PA. The subject property is known as “Trioplus Quarries” which is permitted for small Non-Coal (Industrial Minerals) Surface Mine. With the new large permit, there will be no limit to the allowable stone extraction/production. The Trioplus resource area is located in Milford Township, Juniata County, also along the northern flanks of Blue Mountain. Blue Moun-tain in this area is the result of the creation of anticlinal structure with the axis of the fold trending in a northeast-southwest orientation. All bedding is steeply dipping and nearly vertical toward the northwest. Three formations have been identified on the property. These formations, in descending stratigraphic order, are the Rose Hill, Tuscarora, and Juni-ata formations. Because of the anticlinal structure, the Juniata formation is near the top of the mountain while the Rose Hill formation is located along the base of the mountain, near the northern property boundary. From the interpretation of the geologic mapping available for the site, the majority of the property is underlain by the Tuscarora formation. Each of the formations are described as follows. Rose Hill formation - olive to medium gray shale with interbeds of medi-um grayish red fine-grained sandstone units in the upper portion with an average thickness of 950 feet. Tuscarora formation - light gray quarzitic sandstone with a maximum thickness of 1,500 feet Juniata formation - brownish to grayish red sandstone, siltstone, and shale maximum thickness of 1,125 feet.

Investment Highlights

  • Turn Key Surface Mining Operation
  • High Barriers to Entry Due to Permits
  • High Barriers to Entry Due to Permits
  • Unlimited Stone Extractions

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Industrial

Route 333 Quarry

Listing Price: $2,200,000

Lot Size
273.20 acres
Price/Acre
$8,053
Land Type
Land

Investment Highlights

  • Turn Key Surface Mining Operation
  • High Barriers to Entry Due to Permits
  • High Barriers to Entry Due to Permits
  • Unlimited Stone Extractions

Investment Overview

Marcus & Millichap is pleased to present: Route 333, Mifflintown, PA. 17059. APN 09-07-012 & 09-07-012 The subject property is a 272.32 acre tract of land location on Hawstone Rd. with the closest neighboring property address being 152 Hawstone Rd. Lewistown, PA. The subject property is known as “Trioplus Quarries” which is permitted for small Non-Coal (Industrial Minerals) Surface Mine. With the new large permit, there will be no limit to the allowable stone extraction/production. The Trioplus resource area is located in Milford Township, Juniata County, also along the northern flanks of Blue Mountain. Blue Moun-tain in this area is the result of the creation of anticlinal structure with the axis of the fold trending in a northeast-southwest orientation. All bedding is steeply dipping and nearly vertical toward the northwest. Three formations have been identified on the property. These formations, in descending stratigraphic order, are the Rose Hill, Tuscarora, and Juni-ata formations. Because of the anticlinal structure, the Juniata formation is near the top of the mountain while the Rose Hill formation is located along the base of the mountain, near the northern property boundary. From the interpretation of the geologic mapping available for the site, the majority of the property is underlain by the Tuscarora formation. Each of the formations are described as follows. Rose Hill formation - olive to medium gray shale with interbeds of medi-um grayish red fine-grained sandstone units in the upper portion with an average thickness of 950 feet. Tuscarora formation - light gray quarzitic sandstone with a maximum thickness of 1,500 feet Juniata formation - brownish to grayish red sandstone, siltstone, and shale maximum thickness of 1,125 feet.

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