North Carolina Land for Sale

Greentree Community Tract B

11 acres, Chatham County, North Carolina

Description

11.2 acre tract for sale in the Greentree Community, Siler City, North Carolina. Greentree is an eco-friendly green community developed by Harvey Harman that promotes energy efficient building, a sense of community and a low environmental impact. The property is completely wooded except for two small clearings. A walking trail provides access to the clearings and a small creek near the western boundary as well as a spring near the center of the property. The property features a three bedroom septic permit (expired) and city water and electricity along the eastern boundary. Located within the Siler City ETJ. Zoned A-R (agriculture, residential). Note: pictures were taken in the fall of 2011.

Neighborhood Amenities

  • Pond with canoe, benches, picnic shelter and grill
  • Two miles of walking/horse/bike trails
  • Pavilion for picnics, family get-togethers, etc
  • Community garden area and other community land
  • Public water, electricity and phone available

Covenants

  • Single-family homes, stick built or modular
  • Family business OK
  • Farming/gardening and farm animals encouraged
  • Architecture review, energy efficient homes encouraged
  • Road Maintenance Agreement

Uses

Home site, farming/gardening, home business

Distances

  • Located in Siler City
  • 12 miles to Liberty
  • 14 miles to Pittsboro
  • 22 miles to Sanford
  • 24 miles to Asheboro
  • 30 miles to Greensboro

Directions

From Siler City, NC: Starting at Highway 64, head north on Greensboro Avenue (Old Highway 421 N) 0.5 miles and turn right on Harold Andrews Road. Go 0.4 miles and turn left on Fletcher Siler Road. Take the first left onto Greentree Lane (gravel). Go 0.3 miles to the property. Note: Google map gives inaccurate directions. Call agent before viewing.

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Price

$75,000

Property Photographs
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Disclaimer: Information taken from reliable sources and thought to be correct. Potential buyers should perform their own due diligence and verify all information.