Prime recreational tract offered at a GREAT price!
Located off Poyners Road in Currituck County, NC, this tract consists of two lots on the south side of Poyners Road and 41 acres to the north side of Poyners Road. One lot is approximately 1.6 acres and the other is 2.75 acres.
For the outdoor enthusiast this property features excellent hunting for deer, turkey and small game, creek frontage for fishing and privacy for your own retreat! Currituck County features hundreds of miles of water, thanks to the 30-mile long Currituck Sound, as well as a handful of major reserves, parks and refuges, including the Currituck Banks Reserve, the Currituck Wildlife Refuge, and the Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge. As a result, every visitor should be prepared to spend ample time enjoying Currituck’s endless outdoor activities. (http://www.currituck.com/things-to-do.html)
With only a short drive to Hampton Roads, Elizabeth City and the Outer Banks, this property is ideal for someone looking for a convenient recreational tract!
This site will not support a septic system and therefore can be used for recreational use only.
Big and small game hunters will want to stick to the wooded areas – of which there are many, both within the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge and the Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge.
Waterfowl hunters will want to head to the Currituck Sound. A series of marshy islands can be found throughout the sound, (close to both refuges), and the mainland borders miles of open water for easier-to-navigate terrain.
Currituck County is best known for duck hunting, and a number of species can be targeted in the area including teal, pintails, mallards, black ducks, blackheads, ruddy ducks, buffleheads, canvasbacks, and redheads. Ducks are best found in various water-based habitats in the county, from open water regions to marsh estuaries and grassy flats.
Small and big game hunting is also popular in the county, particularly in the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge. Deer, feral pigs, squirrels, rabbits, and other smaller species can often be found, especially in the densely wooded regions.