North Carolina Land for Sale

Beaverdam Branch Farm

Two Tracts 33 and 160 Acres, Nash County, North Carolina

Description

193 acre farm for sale in Nash County, North Carolina. The farm is comprised of two parcels: 33.3 and 160.16 acres. The farm features a two acre pond with dock, 22 acres of open land, $150,000+ of timber and 1,200 feet of state road frontage. The property also includes an excellent road network, storage shed, tractor, backhoe and implements, food plots and deer stands. The timber includes 98 acres of 25+ year old loblolly pine plantation that can be thinned or clearcut immediately, 13 acres of mid-aged mixed hardwoods and pine and 32 acres of one year old loblolly pine plantation. Beaverdam Creek flows through the 160 acre tract, providing deer, duck and turkey hunting opportunities. Located six miles to Spring Hope and 33 miles to east Raleigh.

Property Features

  • Two parcels: 33.3 and 160.16 acres
  • 2 acre pond with dock
  • 22 acres of open land
  • 1,200 feet of state road frontage
  • $150,000+ of timber
  • Multiple food plots and deer stands
  • Excellent road system, concrete stream crossing
  • Storage shed, tractor, backhoe and attachments
  • 98 acres of 25+ year old pine plantation
  • 13 acres of mixed hardwoods and pine
  • 32 acres of one year old pine plantation
  • Remainder is hardwood bottomland/wetlands along creek

Parcel Information

  • PARID 000820, 33.3 acres
  • PARID 000822, 160.15 acres

Distances

  • 6 miles to Spring Hope
  • 20 miles to Zebulon
  • 20 miles to Rocky Mount
  • 33 miles to Raleigh at I-540
  • 39 miles to Wake Forest

Directions

From Highway 581: Take Lancaster Store Road north 3.1 miles to the property on the right.

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Uses

Farming, timber management, home site, cabin, hunting, recreation

Coordinates

36.034348, -78.104152

Price

$599,000

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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.