If you’ve been looking for an affordable hunting property that’s private and affordable, then look no further.

Located just outside of Lowland, these two tracts combine to total 21 acres. One parcel borders Fulford Point Road, and the other is landlocked, but during certain times of the year is accessible via the mash or marsh gut. The timber consists mostly of pines and it’s a fantastic place to hunt various wild game species such as black bear, whitetail deer, migratory waterfowl, and even turkey. The neighboring properties consist primarily of all timberland parcels. A North Carolina resource commission Boat landing is only 10 minutes from the property. The property is bordered by Goose Creek and the Pamlico Sound.

The property is encompassed in the FEMA floodplain and the wetland designated area, making this property unsuitable for building or development. It’s best used as an entry-level investment property, as well as a hunting and recreational property. There are pockets of water standing throughout the property, but there is also high ground that would be suitable for an off-the-grid cabin or campsite.

Pamlico County has a reputation of having fantastic waterfowl hunting, in addition to desne black bear populations and plenty of deer and turkey. Affordable properties like this don’t come about very often, so I’d act to see this property before it’s gone.

For more information on this property in Pamlico County, or other properties in Pamlico County, please reach out to ANDREW WALTERS at 252-904-3184, or by email at .

 


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