North Carolina Land for Sale

Green Acres Park

Seven Tracts: 2 to 27 Acres, Davidson County, NC

Description

Seven tracts for sale ranging from 2.3 to 27 acres in the Uwharrie Mountains, Davidson County, North Carolina. Each lot features mature hardwood timber and access by private roads. Lot 1 features a view of Tuckertown Reservoir. Lots 1 and 2 border the Alcoa Game Land. Lots 4A and 4B border the Uwharrie National Forest. Located near Tuckertown Reservoir and Badin Lake. Additional 4.3 acres for sale.

Parcel Information

Tract
Size (ac)
Price
Notes
Status
1
20.8
$139,000
lake view, borders game land
under contract
2
14.7
$109,000
borders game land
under contract
4A
27.0
$138,400
borders national forest
available
4B
27.0
borders national forest
under contract
5
23.6
$103,700
mature hardwoods
available
6
3.3
$29,000
mature hardwoods
under contract
7
2.3
$29,000
mature hardwoods
under contract
8
12.0
$48,300
mature hardwoods
available

Property Features

  • Seven lots ranging from 2.3 to 27 acres
  • Recent soil evaluation
  • High value, mature oak and poplar timber
  • Tuckertown Reservoir water view from Lot 1
  • Lots 4A and 4B border the Uwharrie National Forest
  • Lots 1 and 2 border the Alcoa game land
  • Access from private gravel roads
  • Electricity available
  • Very close to Tuckertown Reservoir and Badin Lake

Distances

  • < 1 mile to Uwharrie National Forest
  • 1 mile to Tuckertown Reservoir
  • 1 mile to Badin Lake
  • 6 miles to New London
  • 10 miles to High Rock Lake
  • 11 miles to Denton
  • 21 miles to Salisbury and Interstate 85
  • 23 miles to Asheboro

Directions

Located along Highway 8/49 0.7 miles east of Tuckertown Reservoir.

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Uses

Home sites, timber investment, hunting, recreation

Coordinates

35.510010, -80.171407

Price

See chart above.

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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.