22.61 Acres - Columbus County, North Carolina

Tract B391 - SOLD

General Description

Breakdown of Acres: +- 13 acres farm land planted in soybeans and +- 9.61 acres of woodlands The property is located just north of Whiteville near the intersection of Hwy. 131 and James B. White Hwy./Hwy. 701 N. This +- 22.61 acre parcel is private and ideally suited for a mix of farming and, depending on the results of a perk test, residential use with acreage for a barn and hobby farming. The property has easy access to Hwy. 701 and Hwy. 131 and is in close proximity to Whiteville, restaurants, shopping and medical care. Area beaches, Hwy. 74 and I-95 are nearby. The property is zoned general use, and there is a deeded easement to the property from James B. White Hwy./Hwy. 701 N. to the property. The property is located in the Whiteville City schools district and is less than an hour drive to North Myrtle Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Wilmington and area beaches. For more information on this listing and other timber, farm, hunting, residential and commercial land, contact Keith Rogers with Advance Land and Timber at 910-770-0159 and by email at keith@advancelandandtimber.com.


Near 5730 James B. White Hwy. N. in Whiteville. The property is .2 mile south of the intersection of Hwy. 131 and James N. White Hwy./Hwy. 701 N
Look for Advance Land and Timber signs.

Disclaimer: Property inspections shall be done during daylight hours. Seller and Advance Land and Timber, LLC in no way make any representations or warranties regarding the conditions of the property, including any and all access routes, and all persons entering upon the property do so at their own risk and accept said property “as-is” in its existing condition during such inspections. All persons entering upon the property assume all risks and liabilities and agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Seller, its affiliates, officers, directors, managers, agents, representatives and employees from and against any and all claims, demands, causes of action, injuries (including death) and damages resulting from any accident, incident, or occurrence arising out of, incidental to or in any way resulting from his or her inspection of the property or his or her exposure to the conditions of the property.

22.61 Acres - Columbus County, North Carolina