North Carolina Land for Sale

Pocket Creek

119 Acres, Lee County, North Carolina



Timberland property for sale seven miles east of Sanford in Lee County, North Carolina. The property is made up of five adjoining parcels (10,11,13,25 and 60 acres) and has frontage along S Plank Road as well as two access easements. The land is completely forested with timber ranging from young loblolly pine, older loblolly pine plantation and mature hardwoods with an approximate value of $55,000.

Access is provided by over two miles of roads and trails. Pocket Creek flows through the property and is surrounded by mature hardwoods, hilly terrain and mountain laurel. A small pond is located in the northern part of the land. The property is located in the heart of the Cumnock Shale Region. County water is located along S Plank Road. Sanford is seven miles to the east. Cary/Raleigh is 45 minutes.

Property Features

  • Merchantable timber/timber investment
  • Two miles of roads and trails
  • Road frontage, two easements, county water
  • Small pond, large creek
  • Private, hilly terrain
  • Deer and turkey hunting
  • Cumnock shale region, mineral lease potential


The property contains three stands of timber having an approximate value of $55,000± (has not been cruised). The mid-aged pine stand should be thinned in five years. The hardwood stand could be harvested now or left to grow.

  • Mid-aged loblolly pine, 61 acres. Thinned in 2010.
  • Hardwoods, 36 acres. Located adjacent to Pocket Creek.
  • Young pine, 18 acres. Naturally regenerated pine stand in the northern part of the land.


Timberland, hunting, recreation, home sites 


From Sanford, NC: Take Highway 42 west 6.6 miles and turn left on S Plank Road. The property is 1 mile on the left at the gravel driveway and mailboxes 515 and 519. Access through red gate.

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