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Mountain Brook Estates at Crabtree Falls

36 Damselfly Court, Little Switzerland, North Carolina 28777

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2.35Acres
Beautiful, spacious,  parcel of land with gorgeous long-range mountain views within Mountain Brook Estates at Crabtree Falls. Mountain Brook Estates is a desirable gated community right off the picturesque Blue Ridge Parkway with paved roads, underground utilities, a trout stream, 3 stocked fishing ponds, covered common picnic/outdoor entertainment areas w/fire pits for property owner use.
$59,000

Mountain Brook Estates at Crabtree Falls

36 Damselfly Court, Little Switzerland, North Carolina 28777
2.35Acres
Beautiful, spacious,  parcel of land with gorgeous long-range mountain views within Mountain Brook Estates at Crabtree Falls. Mountain Brook Estates is a desirable gated community right off the picturesque Blue Ridge Parkway with paved roads, underground utilities, a trout stream, 3 stocked fishing ponds, covered common picnic/outdoor entertainment areas w/fire pits for property owner use.
$59,000

Mountain Brook Estates at Crabtree Falls

36 Damselfly Court, Little Switzerland, North Carolina 28777
$59,000

UNDER CONTRACT!! 6.71 Acres of Recreational Land For Sale in Pamlico County!

1270 Swan Point Road, Bayboro, North Carolina 28515

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6.71Acres
Coastal living with gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. This waterfront property has to be seen to be appreciated. Perfect setting for your forever home or vacation paradise with sweeping vistas of the Bay River.
$69,900

UNDER CONTRACT!! 6.71 Acres of Recreational Land For Sale in Pamlico County!

1270 Swan Point Road, Bayboro, North Carolina 28515
6.71Acres
Coastal living with gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. This waterfront property has to be seen to be appreciated. Perfect setting for your forever home or vacation paradise with sweeping vistas of the Bay River.
$69,900

UNDER CONTRACT!! 6.71 Acres of Recreational Land For Sale in Pamlico County!

1270 Swan Point Road, Bayboro, North Carolina 28515
$69,900

REDUCED! 0.46 Acre Residential Lot For Sale in Brunswick County NC!

3006 Blue Drive, Supply, North Carolina 28462

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0.46Acres
With beautiful marsh front views of Shallotte Creek in a quiet neighborhood, this lot is waiting for your custom home! Located on Blue Drive near Holden Beach in Brunswick County North Carolina, this heavily wooded marsh front lot offers spectacular views of Shallotte Creek! Whether you want to build a family home, retirement home, or a vacation getaway, this lot is ready for your builder.
$59,900

REDUCED! 0.46 Acre Residential Lot For Sale in Brunswick County NC!

3006 Blue Drive, Supply, North Carolina 28462
0.46Acres
With beautiful marsh front views of Shallotte Creek in a quiet neighborhood, this lot is waiting for your custom home! Located on Blue Drive near Holden Beach in Brunswick County North Carolina, this heavily wooded marsh front lot offers spectacular views of Shallotte Creek! Whether you want to build a family home, retirement home, or a vacation getaway, this lot is ready for your builder.
$59,900

REDUCED! 0.46 Acre Residential Lot For Sale in Brunswick County NC!

3006 Blue Drive, Supply, North Carolina 28462
$59,900
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0.63Acres
Multi Tenant Commercial Investment property located in the heart of Morehead City. Property is located between Hwy 70 East and Bridges St with easy access to both thorough fares. Current GPI/Sales Price- yield a 7% cap rate. Excellent property for 1031 exchange. Property proforma data sheet available upon request. Contact Listing Agent for more details.
$550,000

REDUCED!! Commercial Investment Property with multiple tenants. located in the heart of Morehead City

110 Bonner Ave, Morehead City, North Carolina 28557
0.63Acres
Multi Tenant Commercial Investment property located in the heart of Morehead City. Property is located between Hwy 70 East and Bridges St with easy access to both thorough fares. Current GPI/Sales Price- yield a 7% cap rate. Excellent property for 1031 exchange. Property proforma data sheet available upon request. Contact Listing Agent for more details.
$550,000

17+/-Ac Surrounded By Conservation Land Near WCU!

TR 17 Cullowhee Bluff, Cullowhee, North Carolina 28723

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17.23Acres
Who doesnt like the thought of a private and secluded slice of heaven, while still within 10 minutes to the heart of Cullowhee and 20 minutes to downtown Sylva! This gorgeous land tract that was once in a gated community would make an awesome place to call home. Locked in on 3 sides with 215 acres of conservation land, you wont find many places as quite and peaceful as this.
$224,000

17+/-Ac Surrounded By Conservation Land Near WCU!

TR 17 Cullowhee Bluff, Cullowhee, North Carolina 28723
17.23Acres
Who doesnt like the thought of a private and secluded slice of heaven, while still within 10 minutes to the heart of Cullowhee and 20 minutes to downtown Sylva! This gorgeous land tract that was once in a gated community would make an awesome place to call home. Locked in on 3 sides with 215 acres of conservation land, you wont find many places as quite and peaceful as this.
$224,000

17+/-Ac Surrounded By Conservation Land Near WCU!

TR 17 Cullowhee Bluff, Cullowhee, North Carolina 28723
$224,000

By Some of the Best Fishing in North Carolina

0 Stallion Way, Lot 57, Lenoir, North Carolina 28645

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10.10Acres
Worth $49,000 Selling at Less than 70% of Market Value at $32,500Lenoir, North Carolina is a place anyone would be happy to call home. This property is settled 36 miles from beautiful Rhodhiss Lake, which boasts of endless fun activities for the whole family. This fishing wonderland has numerous rivers and ponds to cast away for your catch within an hour drive.
$32,500

By Some of the Best Fishing in North Carolina

0 Stallion Way, Lot 57, Lenoir, North Carolina 28645
10.10Acres
Worth $49,000 Selling at Less than 70% of Market Value at $32,500Lenoir, North Carolina is a place anyone would be happy to call home. This property is settled 36 miles from beautiful Rhodhiss Lake, which boasts of endless fun activities for the whole family. This fishing wonderland has numerous rivers and ponds to cast away for your catch within an hour drive.
$32,500

By Some of the Best Fishing in North Carolina

0 Stallion Way, Lot 57, Lenoir, North Carolina 28645
$32,500
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Should You Build A Solar Farm on Your Property?

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by Caroline Kirby

Property owners across the country have been turning to solar power systems for various reasons, but two great ones include lowering your carbon footprint and boosting your property’s value. Regardless of your reasons, turning to solar power could be a great decision to read more…

North Carolina Land

At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in North Carolina. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in North Carolina for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

North Carolina is a state situated in the southeastern part of the United States. Raleigh is the capital of the state. Charlotte is the largest city in the state. Greensboro, Wilmington, Asheville, and Durham are some other important cities in the state. South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia are its neighboring states.

Some facts about North Carolina

  • North Carolina’s nickname is “Tar Heel State”, “The land of the sky”, and “Old North State”.
  • Asheville holds the record of having the largest number of breweries per capita. It is the most than any other state in the country. For beer lovers, Asheville is the mecca.
  • With 255 rooms, Asheville has the biggest mansion in the country. It is inspired by a chateau-like style with lush gardens and winery.
  • Pepsi was invented in this state. It was originally called “Brad’s Drink”.
  • There are 100 counties in the state. The smallest county is Tyrell County which has a population of about 4500.
  • Although the coasts of the state are beautiful, it is a graveyard for sailors. “The Graveyard of the Atlantic” is the nickname of that region. According to some sources, around 1000 ships have sunk in that area since 1500.
  • The state is the leading producer of sweet potatoes. The state also produces 20% of the Christmas trees of the country.
  • The tallest dam in the eastern United States is the Fontana Dam.
  • Bath is the oldest town in the state. It was formed in 1705.

Why should one buy a property/house in North Carolina?

North Carolina is a state that you should seriously consider getting settled in. This state has experienced a lot of migration from other states and it is now one of the top migrated to states. The state has a distinct culture with people coming from different walks of life. People are friendly and always ready to help their fellow mates. The food that you get here is delicious. Food from different ethnicities can also be found here. There are many beautiful beaches too. However, if you are not a beach person, then there are many mountain ranges where you can go hiking and camping.

How is the climate in North Carolina?

The climate of North Carolina is humid subtropical. Summers are sultry and winters are short and mild. Mount Mitchell receives 50 inches of snow. Thunderstorms are common in summers. January is the coldest month with average temperatures ranging between 30-50 Degrees Fahrenheit. July is the hottest month with average temperatures ranging between 68-89 Degrees Fahrenheit.

What Is The Cost Of Living In North Carolina?

The cost of living is calculated by taking the average cost of living in all the states of the United States. This average is taken as the base and considered as 100. Each state is then assigned an index and this index is compared with this base. An index above 100 indicates that the state is expensive than most states and an index less than 100 indicates otherwise. The cost of living in North Carolina is 90.5. This means that the state is cheaper than most other states.

How Is The Real Estate Market Performing In North Carolina?

The real estate market in North Carolina is very hot. The average value of a house in the state is $202,215. This means that the values have gone up by 5.4%. It is further expected that the values will increase by 3.5% next year. The average price of a house listed in the state is $274,900. However, the average selling price is $206,000. There is plenty of land available in North Carolina. Hence, it should not be a difficult task to get the property of your choice.

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