Two Shooting Lanes – Bear, Deer and Turkey – Easement to the Property
Looking for an affordable piece of hunting land? Look no further than this 58.4-acre tract in Craven County, North Carolina. This tract is mixed bottom land that offers a variety of game, ranging from whitetail deer to black bear and even a few ducks in the right conditions. When visiting the property, you may even see a few Turkey grazing in the neighboring fields, a staple in local habitat. This property borders the creeping swamp and the whitetail have made it clear that they navigate the bordering wetlands with varying paths signed with hoof prints. There are a few spots near these trails that would act as natural pinch-points if you are interested in harvesting big game during archery season. If rifle hunting is more of your interest, the only hunting preparation would be to install a stand on the base of the two shooting lanes. This property will not last on the market considering how secluded it is, along with having an easement for ingress and egress.
This property has appeal based on its physical location from a few major cities for eastern North Carolina. The property is 18 miles from Greenville, 28 miles from New Bern and 28 miles from Kinston.
“Craven County, located in the Coastal Plain region of eastern North Carolina, lies within one of early North Carolina’s most important regions. Formed in 1705, it was originally called Archdale Precinct of Bath County; in 1712 the name was changed to Craven County in honor of the Earl of Craven, one of the Lords Proprietors. New Bern, the county seat, was settled in 1710 and incorporated in 1723. The town was founded by Baron Christoph von Graffenried and named for the city of Bern, Switzerland. New Bern served as the primary seat of colonial government in the 1740s and later as the state capital of North Carolina until the establishment of Raleigh in 1792. Other Craven County communities include Bridgeton, Cove City, Trent Woods, Vanceboro, Havelock, and Dover. Notable physical features include the Neuse River, Catfish Lake, Palmetto Swamp, Hog Island, and Johnson Point.”
For more information on this and other Hunting and Recreational Land For sale in Craven County NC, contact Eric Williams at 252-394-6997, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.nclandandfarms.com.
- Price: 59,000
- Acreage: 58.4
- Address: Off NC 43, Vanceboro, NC 28586
- Property State: North Carolina
- Property County: Craven
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- Status: New
- Tract Name: 58.4 ac Tootle Craven Co. EW