This secluded farm house with mature fruit and nut trees and excellent hunting in the area is perfect for anyone looking for a quiet home in the country.
Located off Hallsboro Road South near Hallsboro in Columbus County, North Carolina, this is the perfect property for anyone looking for a secluded home in the country. The three bedroom and one bathroom farm house sits off the main road and can be used as a permanent residence, or an on-site residence while building on another area of the property. The mature fruit and nut trees located on the property can provide you with pecans, walnuts, hickory nuts, blueberries, apples, pears, paw paws, and figs. There is also plenty of wildlife in the area providing the opportunity to hunt deer, bear, turkey, and small game right in your backyard. The property is conveniently located close to Whiteville and less than an hour from Myrtle Beach and Wilmington. It is also just a short drive to Lake Waccamaw where you can enjoy plenty of outdoor activities such as swimming, boating, hiking, canoeing/kayaking, and fishing. So if you are looking for a quiet, private home in the country, but still a convenient place to live with plenty around to keep busy, this is the perfect place to call home!
For a bird’s eye view of this property, visit our “MapRight” mapping system. Copy and paste this link into your browser (https://mapright.com/ranching/maps/beb55b58575cddfdc6e2b7d4c391389e/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 layers to view aerial, topographic, infrared or street maps of the area.
Let Bud Cook, a Certified Land Specialist with Mossy Oak Properties/NC Land and Farms, connect you with the right piece of property that will fill your dreams and inspire your imagination. If you are looking to buy rural land in North Carolina or South Carolina, then working with Bud Cook is the natural choice.
“I love working with rural land, and I want to help you discover the unique bond with the land and its wildlife that only comes with owning your own “fist full of dirt”.”