One of a kind waterfront property includes a 4000 square foot home, 31 acres of farm land and prime hunting!
This 148 acre farm has everything! It is located waterfront on The Frying Pan and has 31.5 acres of farm land that attracts deer, bear and turkey, and could be easily converted into an open field impoundment for water fowl. The farm is bounded on two sides by The Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge (www.fws.gov/refuge/pocosin_lakes). While the farm offers abundant wildlife and access to multiple recreational opportunities, it also includes an incredible 4000+/square foot home or lodge. The home has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 3 car garage, expansive game room, wrap around porch and open sundeck over looking the farmland, all in pristine condition. The kitchen, hall and laundry room all feature stone tiled floors. The kitchen has Knotty Pine cabinets, laminate cabinet tops, a professional Viking oven/stone, stainless steel appliances, high top bar, counter height bar, pantry/closet and another closet for small appliance storage. The laundry room boasts a GE Washer/Dryer that are both HE. The dining room and living room feature Australian Cypress “Bella” hardwood floors with a lifetime warranty. Enjoy cozy nights inside in front of the fireplace. The upstairs family room features cathedral ceilings with exposed Juniper beams, Juniper tongue and groove walls. The master bath and bedroom both feature cathedral ceilings with exposed Juniper beams. The master bedroom has Juniper tongue and groove walls, large Anderson crank windows and a cedar lined walk in closet. The master bath has a stone tile floor, a stone tile and glass walk in shower, and a specialty designed whirlpool tub. A nearby NC wildlife boat ramp allows easy access to The Frying Pan, Alligator River, and the Intracoastal Waterway. Whether looking for a private home in the country, a hunting lodge, or a corporate retreat, this farm has all options covered for the discerning buyer with shopping and restaurants in nearby Columbia or only 1 hour from the Outer Banks.