Homesite – Hunting – Recreation
This affordable Duplin County property is located near Kenansville in the Glisson area. Approximately 15 acres +/- of young mixed hardwoods and pine providing ample habitat for whitetail deer, turkey and small game. Approximately 1 acre of lowland swamp provide great habitat for wood ducks and migratory big ducks and geese. Close to the road is a cleared area and high ground ideal for a homesite. The terrain transitions to a gradual slope leading to the 1 acre of lowland. There is a small walking path leading across the property and back towards the lowland swamp area. B.F. Grady School and East Duplin High School serve the area. Meadow Branch subdivision represents 19 individual oversized 3/4 acre+/- roadside lots on red hill road that are available for purchase while they last for $19,900. An additional 123 acres+/- is available behind Meadow Branch subdivision. All are available for purchase in whole or in part. Distance to nearby towns and cities: P ink Hill – 14 miles, Kenansville – 10 miles, Wilmington – 70 miles, Kinston – 26 miles, Raleigh – 77 miles.
Duplin County was first formed by the General Assembly in New Bern on April 7, 1750 from what was the northern part of New Hanover County. At that time the boundaries of Duplin County included what would eventually become Sampson County. Duplin was named after Sir Thomas Hays, Lord Dupplin, who served on the Board of Trade and Plantations for the Crown in the 1740’s. Duplin County is the 9th largest county in the state in land area, 819 square miles. The 2000 population was 49,063. There are 10 incorporated towns in the county: Calypso, Faison, Warsaw, Kenansville, Magnolia, Rose Hill, Teachey, Wallace, Greenevers and Beulaville. The county is served by Interstate 40, U.S. Highway 117, NC Highways 11, 24, 50, 403 and 903. Rail service is available through CSX Rail service and the Duplin County Airport provides a 6,001-foot paved, lighted runway.
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