Beautiful Farm and Timberland located minutes from the Maple Cypress Boat Ramp and the Neuse River. Huge Hardwoods, fertile croplands and multiple options on development and timber management. This property has it all, fantastic investment opportunity for partitioning off sections of the farm for hunting, recreation or residential development. 299 ac Farm and Timberland for Sale in Craven County NC! If you have been looking for an investment property that has multi use potential then this property is ideal. Over 85 acres of prime farmland surrounded by mature hardwoods and pines. This property is perfect for the investor looking for a fantastic hunting tract with income potential. Located at the intersection of River Rd and Nelson Rd in Grifton, NC the property is only a mile for the Maple Cypress Boat Ramp and all of the recreational opportunities of the Neuse River. This property is unique in the sense there several independent pieces that make up the greater whole. On the North side of Nelson Rd is the largest of the tracts, over 160 acres that is a great mix of farm land and timber land. At the intersection is a smaller 24.5 ac combination of timber and farm land that is split by River Rd. On the west side of Maple Cypress Rd lies 35 acres of huge hardwoods and river bottom lands that are perfect for the duck hunting enthusiast. The remaining 79 ac tract is along the south side of Nelson Rd has development potential with several lots already ;laid out by the road. Linking North Carolina's original capital city of New Bern to its current capital of Raleigh, the Neuse River serves as a 250-mile connection between past and future and the Piedmont and Pamlico Sound. A lot can happen over that kind of distance. The Neuse River Greenway Trail winds through wetlands on a boardwalk and courses alongside the river as Raleigh's contribution to the state's Mountains-to-Sea Trail that runs from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Outer Banks. About halfway between Raleigh and the river mouth, the Cliffs of the Neuse rise up as an impressive 100-foot canyon within the coastal plain at Seven Springs. Hiking trails at the surrounding state park explore the riverside habitats and their mature forests and lead to some quiet fishing spots along the waterway.
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