North Carolina Land for Sale

Frazier Road

6 Lots, 3 to 20 Acres, Nash County, NC

Description

Six lots for sale in Nash County, North Carolina on Frazier Road. The lots range in size from 3 to 20 acres and feature open land, frontage on Frazier Road, level to slightly rolling topography, minimal covenants and woodland(primarily Lot 6). The land is suitable for home sites and small farms. The lots are an easy commute to Raleigh on mostly highways/interstates. Located 10 miles east of Zebulon and 27 miles east of Raleigh at I-440. By owner/broker. Proposed solar field across Frazier Road with vegetative buffer along the road.

Parcel Information

Lot
Size (ac)
Price
Notes
Status
1
2.7
$35,000
2 acres open, level, road front
available
2
3.9
$45,000
2.8 acres open, level, road front
available
3
4.3
$49,000
3.5 acres open, level, road front, well
available
4
5.8
$59,000
all open, level, road front
available
5
5.6
$59,000
all open, level, road front
available
6
20.0
$69,000
2.3 acres open, creeks, road front
available

Property Features

  • 6 lots from 2.7 to 20.0 acres
  • All lots have frontage on Frazier Road
  • All lots have open land, recently mulched
  • Level to slightly rolling topography
  • Easy commute to Raleigh
  • Existing surveys
  • Minimal covenants
  • 10 miles to Zebulon
  • 27 miles to Raleigh at I-440

Covenants

  • Stick-built or modular homes only
  • No trailers or double-wides
  • No commercial animal farms (personal farming allowed)

Distances

  • 10 miles to Zebulon
  • 21 miles to Wake Forest
  • 23 miles to I-540
  • 24 miles to Rocky Mount
  • 27 miles to Raleigh at I-440

Directions

From Old Highway 64: Go southeast on Frazier Road for 0.8 miles to the property on the right. For viewing, park at entrance to lot 3. Do not drive through field.

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Uses

Home sites, small farms

Coordinates

35.906281, -78.192172

Price

See chart above

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.