With plenty of road frontage, this quiet community would make a great place to build a home or cabin in the country or a great hunting retreat!
Located on Indian Hill Road near Ivanhoe in Pender County, North Carolina, this tract would make a great hunting retreat or home in the country. The property is located off US 421 on Indian Hill Road and about 45 minutes from downtown Wilmington, just 20 minutes from Burgaw, and just a short drive to the Black River. This rural, quiet area is a convenient location to plenty of activities to keep the family busy or just a short distance from town to a hunting retreat. The property can be used exclusively for hunting or a home or cabin could be built on the property as there are many locations to choose from with over 1,705 feet of road frontage. There are plenty of locations to clear land for a house site or to make food plots to attract wildlife. Wildlife in the area includes deer, turkey, dove, and other small game. This is a sparsely populated area, and with thousands of acres of farm land and timber land surrounding this property, the hunting opportunities are endless.
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Let Bud Cook, a Certified Land Specialist with Mossy Oak Properties/NC Land and Farms, connect you with the right piece of property that will fill your dreams and inspire your imagination. If you are looking to buy rural land in North Carolina or South Carolina, then working with Bud Cook is the natural choice. “I love working with rural land, and I want to help you discover the unique bond with the land and its wildlife that only comes with owning your own “fist full of dirt”.”
For more information on this and other Timber and Hunting Land for Sale in Pender County NC, contact Bud Cook at (910) 640-8784, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit his website at www.moplandandtree.com.