Outstanding Residential Investment Property for Sale in Beaufort County NC! Well kept 3 bedroom, 2 bath country home and barn on 16 acres, with additional rental home on site. Enjoy all of the amenities of a country lifestyle with an income producing rental. Priced to sell!
Home and Land for sale in Beaufort County NC! This is a perfect property for an outdoors man to call home while being able to hunt in his or her backyard. This 1983, three bedroom, two bath home has been very well maintained. The well manicured yard is heavily planted and includes fruit trees, a large two story barn and a very well kept double wide mobile home, used for rental income purposes. The home’s kitchen has all stainless steel appliances with access to the back porch. The home is roughly 1,900 square feet and has a large basement that matches the footprint of the home screaming opportunity for future addition to the home. The large, secluded front porch is waiting for you and a loved one to place your favorite rocking chairs and relax. The roof on the house is 3 years old.
The two story barn is roughly 1,900 square feet and is perfect for storing equipment, big or small. The home, rental, and barn all sit on 16 acres of land. The terrain is prime for Whitetail Deer as well, Eastern Turkeys and backs up to a wet bottom that tributes to the Pamlico River. The Pamlico River is just minutes away from this property, offering an excellent variety of fresh and salt water fish to be caught. There is great waterfowl hunting to be done on the Pamlico River and having this river just down the road from this home completes this location ideally for a lover of the outdoors. Chocowinity is known for outstanding hunting and fishing and offers wildlife beauty that anyone can enjoy.
Located on the south side of the Pamlico River, Chocowinity is a small community with a rich heritage of history, agriculture, and industry. Fishermen visiting Chocowinity can look forward to shad, perch, red breast, black fish, pike pickerel, jack, rock, bass, trout, and sturgeon. Like other most Beaufort County towns, Chocowinity finds itself close to the Pamlico River, which may help explain how the town got its name. Think Chocowinity is bit of an unusual name when compared to names of other towns like Aurora, Belhaven and Bath? Well, apparently a Native American named Chocowinity, which is derived from the Indian word “chocawanteth, which apparently, means “fish from many waters.” It may also mean “otter” or “little otters.”
Historians say the area was once populated by Tuscarora Indians. At one point, the area was known as Godley’s Crossroads. Before the Revolutionary War, it was named Chocowinity. After the Civil War, an effort to rename the town Belvue failed. The town became a hub of the Norfolk Southern Railway in 1910. The railway began calling the area “Marsden” in 1917, apparently because it was easier to spell on the telegraph than Chocowinity. Marsden was apparently taken from Marsden J. Perry a financial backer who became president of the railroad. Chocowinity was incorporated as a town in 1959. (http://co.beaufort.nc.us/municipalities/chocowinity)
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