* Flexible Financing
* No prepayment penalty
* You can live/build on the lot while making payments
List Price – $32,950
Down Payment – $4,000
Monthly Payment – $437
Term – 84 months
Interest Rate – 7.00%
Doc Fee – $500 (due with Down Payment)
Discounted Cash Price – $22,950
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This 2.03 acre lot, situated in Moore County, NC offers the ideal opportunity to create a life you’ve always envisioned. Whether you desire a serene countryside retreat or simply seek peace and quiet away from the city chaos, this lot strikes the perfect balance between accessibility and tranquility. Design and construct your dream home as you’ve imagined it, place any size manufactured homes, or explore your creative side with a charming barndominium. Let your imagination soar as you envision creating a backyard sanctuary where cherished moments with loved ones can unfold. Cultivate your very own green oasis, raise a few farm animals, or indulge in the joy of gardening. This property invites possibilities for an idyllic lifestyle. Power is running at the street – Well and Septic needs to be installed. Seller Financing Available – you can live and build on the property while making payments.
Located just 10 minutes from Robbins, NC, you’ll have access to basic shopping and a variety of other shopping and medical options in Troy, Asheboro, or Pinehurst, all within 30 minutes of the property. The property’s location is also advantageous, as it is less than 1 hour away from Greensboro and only 1 hour 20 minutes from either Fayetteville or Raleigh. Fishing enthusiasts will have plenty of options with Aberdeen Lake Park, Reservoir Park, Powell Pond or Lake Luke Marion nearby. For those who enjoy hiking, biking, or horseback riding, Bear Creek Trails Systems, So Pines Greenway Systems, and other popular spots are all just a short distance away. With so many recreational and entertainment options in the area, there’s something here for everyone. Assignment of Contract.
Dan Road Robbins, NC 27325
Power at street
Well and Septic Needs Installed
Nearby Cities / Attractions
Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina, is one of the South’s most vibrant, eclectic cities- where eclectic meets traditional and historic meets modern. Centrally located along the USAs eastern coasts, the city forms part of North Carolina’s famed Research Triangle, a wellspring of education, research and technical innovation. You’ll discover outstanding arts and culture (earning the city the nickname “Smithsonian of the South”), a renowned culinary landscape and a music scene that inspired “Rolling Stone” to call Raleigh one of the top eight emerging cities in the USA. Whether you’re an art fanatic, history buff or traveling with little ones, Raleigh has a museum for you. Explore more than 5,000 years of art history at the North Carolina Museum of Art, which boats the largest museum art park in the USA. With mild winters and warm summers, Raleigh invites outdoor recreation all year. Pedal, walk, or jog along boardwalks, paths and bridges spotting historical sites and scenic wetlands. Hike through forests and nature trails at the popular William B. Umstead State Park or paddle the Neuse River Canoe Trail. Check out a one-of-a-kind kayaking adventure paddling through the bald cypress blackwater swamp at Robertson Millpond Preserve. Don’t forget to check out the food scene in Raleigh from Morgan Street Food Hall or Transfer Co. Food Hall, where you can please every palate with eclectic food choices.
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