Offers Multiple Opportunities – Affordable Price – Great Location
This small tract of farmland and timberland offer numerous opportunities for the hunter, homebuyer, small farmer, horse lover, etc. Located only minutes from Highway 17, there is easy access to shopping, medical, restaurants, and several colleges in Elizabeth City and Hertford.
Even though the land has not been farmed in several years, it could easily be converted back to farmland or pasture. Several home sites could be located either on the paved road or tucked away on the rear of the property for privacy.
There is a nice stand of mature pines, plus hardwoods as the land drops off into bottomlands in the rear, which should offer duck hunting as well as deer and turkey in the adjoining uplands.
Reasonably priced, private, yet easy access to Hampton Roads and the Outer Banks makes this a great permanent home location, second home, retirement location and investment.
The historic 1825 Perquimans County Courthouse is the oldest Courthouse in the state still in continuous use. Wander a bit through town and discover the community’s waterfront parks, cafes, antique shops, Historic “S” Bridge, and Hertford Bay Marina. The home of baseball’s Jim “Catfish” Hunter, the town was selected as one of just two heritage tourism pilot communities in North Carolina and is a North Carolina Main Street community. (https://www.visitperquimans.com/?utm_campaign=downstream-referral&utm_medium=website&utm_source=www.visitnc.com)
For the outdoor enthusiast there are many activities to choose from hunting to fishing. A wide variety of game fish can be found including bass , sunfish, shad, flounder, and trout.