SOLD!! 1.24 acres of Residential and Recreational Timberland For Sale in Pamlico County NC!
For immediate assistance with this listing call Chase Furlough at 252-505-6893.
Looking for a rural property to build a residence in a beautiful community? This 1.24 acre wooded lot in Caraway Cove is it! With beautiful views of Baird Creek and mature timber, this scenic community has plenty to offer, even a community boat ramp! Call Chase Furlough at 252-505-6893 to schedule a showing today!
1.24 acres of residential and recreational timberland for sale in Pamlico County NC! This property located in Grantsboro, just outside of Arapahoe, is in a ideal location for a primary residence or a vacation location being the short drive from New Bern NC or the quick ferry ride across the Nuese River for seamless access directly to NC's Outer Banks!
Caraway Cove is a beautiful community offering a private, secluded, location to live an undisturbed life. This community has set minor building standards that provide this community with thriving visual appeal making for a great living experience. When walking this property the portion that lays on the road is a stand of natural grown pines that has a easily navigable understory. Once you poke through the back of the pines you are met with a widely open understory of a mature stand of hardwoods. I can imagine all the wildlife that use that draw as a travel corridor!
Pamlico County Land is known to have great populations of Whitetail Deer, Bear, and Waterfowl. Both properties border the creek with excellent fishing.
A little about the area… Arapahoe was founded a few years after New Bern, North Carolina by settlers leaving the New Bern colony. This area was settled in 1703 on the old Indian trail from the big bend in the river heading west to Core Point. The community was called “Bethany Crossroads”. That Indian trail is still in use today but is now called North Carolina Highway 306. In 1886 Bob Hardison, after discussing it with his friend Bob Bowden decided to apply to the U.S. Postal Department for a Post office to be located at “Bethany Crossroads” in Pamlico County. They filled out an application and both signed it. When it was returned to them it was addressed to “Bob’s Town”, the reason being that there was already a “Bethany Crossroads” in the vicinity of Fayetteville. Neither of the Bobs liked “Bob’s Town” so they had to come up with a different name. After a lengthy discussion Bob Hardison said “Well if you have no objection, we will name it after my old white horse, Arapahoe.” So it was decided and a new application filed. It was likely a year or longer before all paperwork was completed, but “Bethany Crossroads” was no more and there by named the Town of Arapahoe. Arapahoe is a Native American tribe whose historic territory spanned regions of present-day Wyoming and Colorado.
If you enjoy the outdoors lifestyle then Pamlico County is right spot for you. Locals can enjoy excellent hunting for waterfowl, deer and bear, as well as, assorted small game. There is an excellent system of waterways and bays that offer endless opportunities for adventure, as well as, an abundance of public game lands.
- big game
- small game
- whitetail deer
- atv trails
- bird watching
- hiking trails