Acreage with Dwelling – Creekside Timber & Hunting Potential – Minutes from Greenville & Farmville
Over 13 acres of land sitting along HWY 264 just minutes outside Greenville and Farmville. This property sits at the end of Fish Pond Road with only one way in or out. This property has a gravel drive leading to the dwelling and storage buildings. Septic and well water service the property. The dwelling is a storage building finished inside and out with a wood deck. It sleeps 2 on a fold out sofa with all the amenities efficiently incorporated for sustainable living on a small scale.
Outside are several acres groomed and cleared that transition into standing timber alongside the creek and HWY 264. The tract shows sign of whitetail deer, turkey and small game. The property is in the Farmville High School district. Annual property taxes are $170.78. The tract sits in a flood plain EXCEPT the area around the dwelling. A new home could be located OUTSIDE the creek flood zone. A septic permit is in place and ready for a new home or continued use as is. The creek is navigable by canoe and some of the property is accessible by ATV.
Pitt County, also known as the Greenville, NC MSA, is one of the fastest growing urban centers in North Carolina. It is also a leading retail center in eastern North Carolina and ranks as one of only a dozen billion dollar retail markets in the state. The local economy is well diversified with industries in advanced manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, life science, and food processing. Agriculture is still a strong contributor to the economy – tobacco, corn, soybeans, wheat, peanuts, eggs, livestock, poultry and vegetables are the primary agricultural products. Major employers include: East Carolina University, Vidant Medical Center, Patheon, DSM Dyneema, Hyster-Yale, Grady-White, ASMO, Attends Healthcare Products, Mestek , and The Roberts Company, Inc.
This property is shown by appointment only. No trespassing is allowed.