UNDER CONTRACT!! 17.7 acres of Hunting and Timberland for Sale in Hertford County NC!

Hertford County North Carolina
17.7+/- Acres

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Property Information

ID: 13536
External ID/MLS: 57860 / --
Status: Under Contract
Price: $39,000
Acres: 17.7 +/-
Address: Off Hwy 561
City, State: Saint John, North Carolina
County: Hertford
ZIP Code: 27910
Lat/Long: 36.3137, -77.0641


Have you been looking for an affordable hunting tract with good timber, tucked away in one of the best little honey holes in the state? This property is right for you, deeded access off Hwy 561, in the heart of the St John's region of Hertford County, this tract is loaded with wild game and ready to hunt!

17.7 ac Hunting and Timberland for Sale in Hertford County NC. Nestled in the St John's region of Hertford County, this beautiful hunting and timberland tract is the perfect size for a single shooter hunter wanting his own little secluded honey hole in the heart of some of the best Whitetail and Turkey hunting in the state. This property has a nice blend of mature hardwoods and pines, is well drained by a series of ditches, and provides deeded access off Hwy 561 north to the property. See the attached survey in the gallery.

This section of Hertford County is known for terrific trophy Whitetails, the lush forest lands and abundant agriculture is the perfect habitat to grow big deer and plenty of them. If chasing Long Beards is your fancy, then Hertford County is home to some of the best Wild Turkey hunting around. Again the perfect mix of food ,water and cover makes for the right habitat for all sorts of wild game.

Nearby Ahoskie, is the largest community in Hertford County, is located in the northeastern part of North Carolina on the Pleasure Route, US Highway 13, and is 24 miles south of the Virginia line. The elevation is 60 feet above sea level while covering an area of 4.5 square miles or 2786 acres. Ahoskie enjoys a temperate climate with cold, but never severe, winters and moderately warm summers. As early as 1719 the town was known by the Indian name of Ahotskey, which was adopted by the white settlers. The English spelled the name in many ways after articulation of the unwritten Indian sound, and in 1894 with the coming of the railroad and the post office, the name was spelled Ahoskie. (https://www.ahoskienc.gov/page/history/)

The access road to the property is shown on the attached survey and is shown on a yellow dotted line on our aerial map. The right away has not been cleared and the buyer will need to create a path for access. There are several local land clearing contractors that have the necessary equipment and can provide such services. Be advised, getting power to the property may be difficult as the access is over 2800' long. This property's highest and best use is recreational and may be used for camping, 4 wheeling, or hunting.

This property is shown by appointment only! Please contact the listing agent prior to attempting to enter the right of way. The neighboring properties are private property and trespassing will not be tolerated. 

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