Deep River Tract
164± Acres, Moore County, North Carolina
Hussey Road is the only access to this property. The Deep River is the eastern boundary for approximately 2,304 feet, while Bear Creek forms the southern and western boundary lines for approximately 4,111 feet. With two miles of excellent interior roads, all areas of the property are easily accessible by vehicle. The bulk of the property contains hardwood timber. Four acres contain old fields which could easily be cleared and used as fields or food plots. The topography is varied from nearly level to steep bluffs along the river. Several rocky streams flow through property. The property contains many deer and turkeys.
The property is located at the confluence of Deep River and Bear Creek, about four miles north of Robbins in northern Moore County, NC. Access is from Hussey Road (SR 1496), which dead-ends on the property
From Robbins, take highway 705 North and turn right unto SR 1470 at the edge of town. After 2 miles, turn left on SR 1419 (Reynolds Mill Rd), go about 1 mile, turn right onto SR 1496 (Hussey Rd), follow to end of pavement (there will be a house on your left). Continue driving beyond pavement for several hundred feet, bear to the right onto the property. Look for a sign and flagging.
River and Creek
Most of the land along Deep River and Bear Creek is outside of the flood plain, and many areas contain high bluffs. A road provides access to the confluence of Deep River and Bear Creek. An old mill and dam are visible along Bear Creek. The river and creek contain an abundance of waterfowl and fish.
A power line runs along the middle road down to the bluff, near the confluence of Deep River and Bear Creek. A cleared home site is located in this area which contains a four bedroom septic system and a well. The home site is located high above the river.
Hunting, fishing, recreation, home site(s)