Blue Mountain Road
240± acres Granville County, North Carolina
A mixture of pasture, timber, creeks and trails, this southern Granville County farm is in a reasonable commute to Raleigh, Durham and RTP. The land is located in a rural farming and residential area along a private road. The property includes 15 acres of fenced pasture, a 1-acre pond, a modern well and electricity. Access is provided throughout the property by 3 miles of roads suitable for vehicles and an additional 1.5 miles of walking/horse trails. Knap of Reeds Creek flows through the property and is protected by a conservation easement. Owner will finance with acceptable terms.
Fescue pasture, miles of riding trails through varied terrain and the pond make this property particularly suited for a horse farm. The property also encompasses a nearly 600 foot tall "mountain". Knap of Reeds Creeks is a large, perennial, rock-filled stream consisting of pools and rapids. The stream is large enough to hold bass and pan fish. A portion on the property is located within Crown Forest subdivision and subject to restrictive covenants and a road maintenance agreement. The land was formerly located within Camp Butner. The property is gated and currently under a hunting lease. Please call agent before viewing.
Sellers will subdivide. See this page for smaller parcels. Please call or email with requirements.
Owner will finance with acceptable terms. Please call Agent for more information.
Conservation Easement Tax Credits
State and Federal tax credits and deductions may be available. Call for more information.
From Stem: Turn right on Old Route 75. Go .7 miles and turn left on Little Mountain Rd (SR 1137). Go .8 miles and turn right on Range Rd (SR 1126). Go 3.4 miles and turn left on Enon Rd (SR 1139). Go 3.2 miles and turn left on Blue Mountain Rd (gravel). The property is .5 miles on the left - look for second red gate at the gravel driveway.
To protect water quality and unique plant and animal communities, the property is protected by a 300± foot wide conservation easement along Knap of Reeds Creek. Hunting, fishing and hiking is allowed. Building and clearing is not allowed. 51± acres.
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