UNDER CONTRACT! 50 Acres of Hunting and Timber Land For Sale in Lee County NC!

With a great population of deer and turkey and pine timber, this is a fantastic hunting tract in a county that produces big bucks!

Located on Lanier Farm Road near Sanford in Lee County North Carolina, this is a prime deer and turkey hunting property! Lee County is known to produce some big bucks every year. This tract has plenty of deer sign, and a Mossy Oak BioLogic food plot would turn it into a wildlife magnet. There are trails throughout the property for easy access. Tributaries of Bush Creek flowing though the property provide a water source for wildlife. There is merchantable pine timber on the property that can produce immediate income. Raleigh and Fayetteville are less than an hour away. There is frontage on Lanier Farm Road, and the seller is willing to deed access from Buckhorn Road. Acreage is approximate, and the buyer will be responsible for the survey.

For a birds eye view of this property, visit our MapRight mapping system. Copy and paste this link into your browser: (https://mapright.com/ranching/maps/b3a2f1b97d824ce41fcb9dbe36d91652/share), and then click on any of the icons to see beautiful photographs of the property taken from those locations. You can easily change the base maps to view aerial, topographic, infrared or street maps of the property. Take a look at the drone video of the property for a great aerial view!

To visit this property, download the free MapRight app, email the link above to your phone, open in iOS, open MapRight, click on car, click on To, Drop Pin, tap on Go and you will receive driving directions to property. Once you get to the property the link above will have the property lines and a blue dot showing your location.

For more information on this and other Hunting and Timber Land in North Carolina and South Carolina, contact Marty Lanier at (910) 617-4326, e-mail mlanier@mossyoakproperties.com, or visit my web site at www.moprockcreekland.com.

 

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  • Property Features

    • Property State: North Carolina 
    • County: Lee 
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    • Price: $125,000 
  • Additional Information

    • Address: Off Lanier Farm Road, Sanford, NC 27330 
    • Acreage: 50 
    • MOPLS ID: 55155 
  • About the Agent

    Andrew Walters is an experienced land specialist who enjoys spending time outdoors. He is the Broker-In-Charge of the Greenville officewhere he manages the daily sales operations. He has developed a track record of being able to sell properties for top dollar in a timely manner. His passion for the outdoors was the driving force that led him to North Carolina State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology with a concentration in Wildlife Science in 2014. He was the President of the NCSU Quality Deer Management Association club. He is a freelance outdoor writer and has had over a dozen featured articles in the Wildlife in NC magazine, Quality Whitetails, as well as, Mossy Oak Gamekeepers. He is also a major contributor to the Mossy Oak Properties NC Land and Farms weekly blog, the Management Minute. His extensive knowledge of wildlife management and tree species provides him the unique ability to help clients manage their property to maximum potential. Andrew also specializes in rural residential properties as well as real estate involved in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Contact Andrew today to find out how he can help you find and manage your next dream property.
    Phone Number:
    252-904-3184
    Office Number:
    844-480-5263 (LAND)
    awalters@mossyoakproperties.com
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