South River Tract
37.5 Acres, Sampson County, North Carolina
The property has frontage along the South River, mature timber and is located 15 miles east of Fayetteville, NC. The property is located along a private dirt road (Tom Butler Lane) shared with surrounding homeowners. Beginning at the road, the tract slopes to the west to the South River. The river forms the western boundary line for 1,140 feet. The property is roughly half well-drained uplands and half bottomland along the river. Electricity is located on the eastern end of the property. An old tobacco barn and shed (no value) are located along the road frontage.
The land can be used for hunting, recreation, forestry and homesites. Fayetteville is 15 miles to the west, and the small town of Autryville is 2 miles from the property.Timber
The land contains two stands of timber having an approximate value of $20,000:
- 21 acres of loblolly pine with hardwood understory
- 17 acres of hardwood bottomland (maple, gum, oak, poplar)
Hunting, recreation, river access, forestry, home sites .
From Autryville, NC: Take Highway 24 east 1.2 miles and turn right on Horseshoe Road (SR 1256). Go .3 mile and turn right on Tom Butler Lane (private dirt road, no sign). Continue .4 mile to the property. Old tobacco barn and red shed on the right.Price
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