59 acres of fertile woodlands and 35 acres of Prime Agriculture Land with over 1,200 feet of frontage on Creek Road. Excellent opportunity for hunting, farming, or building a new home!
Situated just outside of Orrum, NC along east side of South Creek Road lies the East S. Creek Road Tract. This tract contains a nice mix of farmland and woodlands with plenty of road frontage for a wide variety of applications within Southern Robeson County. The 59 acres of forested area is covered in planted loblolly pine and is a well balanced opportunity with 35 acres of agriculture land along the front. Possibilities on this tract are endless.
If the excellent hunting opportunities for big deer and long beards aren’t enough, the 35 acres of fertile fields could be utilized to provide excellent returns through agriculture and growing valuable crops of tobacco, corn, soybeans, cotton, and oh boy, don’t forget those protein-rich peanuts! The soils on the open fields are predominantly Norfolk and Goldsboro that are practically perfect conditions for growing a bumper crop of peanuts!
Due to the proximity of this tract to Lumberton and other neighboring communities, the residential development opportunities are within sight and shouldn’t be left out of the discussion especially for the higher elevation regions of this 80-acre property. With the right vision and determination, this tract could provide major financial returns for the future owner.
This tract is a prime hunting tract with a wide variety of other current and then potential future uses. The tract is within close proximity to neighboring communities that is 10 minutes from Lumberton, 20 minutes from Whiteville, and one hour from Wilmington. It’s a game paradise with abundant habitat for big bucks, wild turkeys, ducks, doves, and plenty of other small game. If hunting or making money is within your wheelhouse, this could be the tract you have been waiting for!
For more information on this and other Farm and Hunting Land in Robeson County North Carolina, contact Jeff Burleson at 843-685-2408, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.nclandandfarms.com.