Haw River Property
134 Acres, Alamance County, NC
134 acres for sale on the Haw River, one mile south of the village of Saxapahaw in Alamance County, North Carolina. The property features 2,750± feet of frontage on the Haw River, access to the Haw River Trail, 29 acres of open land and gated access with several miles of interior roads.
Part of the Mountains to Sea Trail, the Haw River Trail extends from Saxapahaw south along the Haw River for a mile, extending into the property.
Saxapahaw offers many outdoor activities including the Saxapahaw Island Park, Saxapahaw Lake, fishing and paddling on the river and additional walking trails. The village features arts and entertainment, several schools, the Saxapahaw General Store, the Haw River Ballroom and more.
Located one mile south of Saxapahaw and 15 miles to Carrboro/Chapel Hill.
- 134.4 acres by survey
- 2,750± feet of frontage on the Haw River
- Haw River Trail runs along approximately half of the riverfront. The 75' walking easement extends along the entire riverfront.
- Walk the Haw River Trail 1 mile north to Saxapahaw and the Saxapahaw Island Park
- 29 acres of open land, leased to a local farmer
- 4 to 6 year old loblolly pine
- Unzoned, Alamance County
- Gated access with driveway/farm path through property
- Low property taxes through the Present Use Value program. This can transfer to the new buyer.
- Saxapahaw features parks, walking trails, paddling and fishing on the lake and river, Saxapahaw General Store, arts and entertainment and several school.
- 1 mile to Saxapahaw
- 11 miles to Graham and Interstate 40
- 15 miles to Chapel Hill/Carrboro
- 20 miles to Pittsboro
- 22 miles to Siler City
- 30 miles to downtown Durham
- 30 miles to Greensboro
From Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Road: Go south on Austin Quarter Road 0.6 miles to the property on the right. Gated access. Call agent for showings.Uses
Residential development, farming, Haw River access, recreation
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