North Carolina Land for Sale
$1,275,000, 85 Acres , 9999 Cedar Hill Road, Buncombe, North Carolina
This former dairy farm has the most commanding views in every direction while located on o
$60,000, 0.29 Acres , , Wake, North Carolina
Landlocked lot off of U.S. 70/Glenwood Ave. Lot is landlocked between residential and comm
$1,399, 0.17 Acres , Creekway Dr NW, Caldwell, North Carolina
Enjoy incredible views of the lakes and mountains from this hillside 0.17 acres in Lenoir,
$249,900, 0.4 Acres , 918 Worth Street, Randolph, North Carolina
Built in 2011, this gorgeous brick home is a unique find in the "Greystone" area of town.
$40,000, 0.5 Acres , LOT 4 Scott Branch Drive, Stokes, North Carolina
Owner financing available for one of our 1/2 circle lots nested on 43 acres+/- Cedar log h
$239,900, 0.5 Acres , 145 Mccainless Way, Stokes, North Carolina
ONE OF TWENTY-FIVE HALF ACRE CIRCLE LOTS ON A 43+/- ACRE PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT. ALL HOMES WI
$34,999, 0.92 Acres , 0 Mountain View Drive, Surry, North Carolina
Exceptional building lot with gorgeous Pilot Knob views. Looking to build your dream home
$49,900, 0.93 Acres , 9105 Greythorne Court, Guilford, North Carolina
Incredible building lot in upscale established neighborhood. Curb/Gutter paving, street li
$18,499, 1.05 Acres , Rules Run Rd, Haywood, North Carolina
Selling our 1.05-Acre property in Haywood County NC for only $329 down and $279 per month,
$54,900, 1.06 Acres , 9891 Squire Manor Court, Forsyth, North Carolina
Don't miss out on this incredible lot in the desirable and well established subdivision of
$16,500, 1.11 Acres , 1.11 Pinnacle Hotel Road, Surry, North Carolina
Beautiful Building Site located at the base of Pilot Mountain. 2 flat lots equaling 1.11 a
$215,000, 1.48 Acres , , , North Carolina
1.48 +/- acre dividable lot available in the renowned Treyburn neighborhood! Gorgeous wood
$35,000, 1.72 Acres , 0 Mountain View Drive, Surry, North Carolina
Looking to build in a quiet neighborhood close to downtown Pilot with gorgeous mountain vi
$27,000, 1.76 Acres , 00 HAUSER Road, Surry, North Carolina
Cleared Level Land is hard to find in Surry County! Two gorgeous building Lots across from
$250,000, 1.91 Acres , 3168 Rockford Street, Surry, North Carolina
GREAT POTENTIAL COMMERCIAL LOCATION!! 1.91 +/- acres. This property is located at the corn
$43,000, 10.02 Acres , 10 Old Nc Highway 16 , Wilkes (224), North Carolina
Are you looking for a private mountain retreat to build your dream home, cabin or tiny hou
In 1895 James Walker Tufts, a Massachusetts soda fountain magnate, bought 6,000 acres of land in the Sandhills of central North Carolina for $1.25 per acre. He intended to build a model New England village amidst the longleaf pines as a resort. After a few years Tufts hired a Scottish greenskeeper named Donald Ross to design four golf courses at his Pinehurst. America had its first significant golf resort and has been selling golf course property ever since. Golf is still the most popular activity to pursue on North Carolina land.
For generations North Carolina was known as the home of Andy Griffith's fictional Mayberry. But Andy would have a hard time recognizing the North Carolina little Opie would have grown up in since the television series left the air in 1968. The one-time agrarian state is now a center for technology and biosciences in the Research Triangle of Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill and banking and finance in the state's major metropolis of Charlotte.
Undeveloped land in the Blue Ridge Mountain mountain counties of western Carolina - Buncombe, home to Asheville, Henderson and Haywood - is being gobbled up for vacation homes and hunting properties. William Henry Vanderbilt constructed America's largest private home, Biltmore, here in the 1890s and most of his more than 125,000-acre estate has been transformed into the Pisgah National Forest. The Blue Ridge Parkway, which attracts 20 million motorists a year, meanders from Virginia to Tennessee here, including Mount Mitchell that is the highest point in the eastern United States.
North Carolina's coastline is dominated by the Outer Banks and Cape Hatteras National Seashore but there is still undeveloped shore property to be had, especially if you don't need a large parcel of land. Move a few miles inland and affordable vacation property becomes more plentiful.