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Don’t let this hidden gem slip by. This 20.93-acre property is just outside of Cameron, North Carolina, and centrally located between Fayetteville an Pinehurst, a 30 minute drive in either direction. Acreage with an easy commute into the city are getting harder to find. The lot, which is permitted for two homes, is ideal for a typical stick-built home, a manufactured home, or both. You also have enough land for a few farm animals, and the lot already has a small pond. This property may be what you’re searching for if you want the convenience of living close to town but also want a private retreat. Power and water are available for hookup – Septic needs installed.
Just minutes outside of Cameron, you can find local schools and convenient shopping, along with some of the best antique stores in the state. You can find medical services, extra shopping, and restaurants in Fayetteville or Pinehurst. You will easily locate a wide variety of recreational opportunities thanks to the property’s location. Visit Raven Rock State Park for camping, hiking, horseback riding, and more. Play golf in Pinehurst or go shopping in Fayetteville. Raleigh is approximately 1-hour North. Assignment of Contract.
Fayetteville or Raleigh
NC 27 W., Cameron, NC 28326
20.93 ACS JOHN H SMITH
Power at street
Water available for hookup – Septic needs installed
RA 20 R
Heavily wooded – Pond – Level Areas
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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