This rural Pitt County 20 acre homesite near Belvoir is being subdivided out of a larger tract. Soils are favorable for a septic system. County water and electric service is nearby. Approximately 6-7 acres of well drained cleared land would service as an ideal homesite with plenty of room to grow. 1-2 acres of planted Lob-Lolly Pine will create a great boarder to the adjacent school system property and neighbors. The cleared acreage is enough for a walking path and with a little planning and path creation you can have access to conetoe creek in your running shoes. 13 acres +/- of timberland consists of scattered pine and hardwoods. Deer, turkey, bear, small game, waterfowl and fishing create a diverse hunting opportunity most of the year and fishing year round. Conetoe Creek has a well maintained Creekside path easement and is accessed through the woods at the back of the track. Parts of the property near the creek are in a flood zone but the buildable cleared front 6-7 acres is NOT in a flood zone. Greenville, NC and PGV airport are approximately 15 minutes away. Tarboro is approximately 25 minutes and Raleigh is approximately 1:20 minutes. Greenville has many amenities and is only minutes away.
Listing courtesy of Mossy Oak Properties.
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