Featuring 79.9 acres combined in two parcels located outside of Greenville in the town of Pactolus. These tracts are completely wooded and border Tranters Creek.
This property offers tons of hunting and recreational potential! The entire property consists of timber and offers plenty of seclusion and prime wildlife habitat. With adequate habitat management this property can become a fantastic place to kill ducks, deer, bear, and turkey.
Roads and paths can be cut into the property allowing room for tree stands, ground blinds, and duck blinds to be situated. You could also open up some areas for food plots, feeders, and a shooting range. Both properties border Tranters Creek Tranters creek is a hub of wildlife activity and a major attraction for migratory waterfowl passing through during the winter months.
The majority of the timber along the creek is old growth hardwoods and cypress trees. The higher ground features mostly pines. The property is encompassed in the FEMA floodplain and the wetland designated areas, therefore building/developing the property is not possible. The property is to be used solely from a recreational/investment perspective. On the larger parcel the timber has been harvested in the past.
The property is located just outside of Pactolus off of Highway 264. There are two parcels that combined equal 79.9 acres that are being sold for $79,900. One parcels is rough 64 acres the other parcel is 16 acres. From the property you were only five minutes from Washington and 15 minutes from Greenville.
For more information on this property in Pitt County, or other properties in Pitt County, please reach out to ANDREW WALTERS at 252-904-3184, or by email at .