6.6 acres of farmland Norfolk Loamy Sand soils, well suited for numerous crops. Property also has dove and quail hunting potential.
6.6 Acres of Excellent Well Drained Farm Land: This Tart tract is approximately 6.6 acres of farmland located off Ira B. tart road east of Dunn NC in Sampson County. This farmland consists of Norfolk Loamy Sand soils, which are well drained and well suited for many crops such as tobacco, cotton, peanuts, soybeans, wheat, and oats. The land could also be converted to pasture if planted in warm or cool season grasses and grazed by livestock. Recreational opportunities would include hunting quail, deer, and doves. The property has deeded access from Ira B. Tart Road.
The Tart tract is located near the All-American City of Dunn, North Carolina. It is about two hours from North Carolina’s Crystal Coast and four to five hours from the beautiful North Carolina Mountains. Less than an hour away is Raleigh, North Carolina, which is the state’s capital and the Research Triangle Park. Fayetteville, North Carolina is a 30-minute drive from Dunn. Fort Bragg, a large military base, is located 30 minutes from Dunn, making Dunn a great area to settle down. Interstate 95 runs right through Dunn and as well as the Seaboard System Railroad. A 15-minute drive gets you to the Harnett County Regional Airport with its 5000-foot runway. The climate in Dunn consists of four distinct seasons with the median temperature being 60 degrees with around 48 inches of rain per year and 2 inches of snow. Because of the mild climate, Dunn offers year-round outdoor activities and team sports.
The Harnett Regional Theater offers plays throughout the year right in downtown Dunn that has been beautifully revitalized with many boutique shopping places and businesses. The beautiful Campbell University campus is located 10 miles from Dunn with college sporting events and concerts throughout the year.