Just west of the City of Fairmont lies the Fairgrove Road tract within the southern end of Robeson County. This tract has 37 acres of high-yielding cropland with an opportunity to grow cotton, peanuts, corn, and soybeans in the heart of Southeastern North Carolina's agriculture belt. The woodlands run to the center of Horse Swamp with a young stand of pine and hardwood trees vigorously growing towards the sky. The woodlands contain mostly planted loblolly pine with some small inclusions of gum, oak, and poplar along a small drainage way traversing from the corner of the field to the rear of the tract to the center of Horse Swamp. And since the tract runs to the center of Horse Swamp, the duck hunters will be happy because this section of the swamp has some open water with plenty of room for a small spread of decoys to bring in a two-man limit. The surrounding parcels are similarly forested and agriculture parcels rich in prime wildlife habitat. This tract has a wide range of current and potential uses from hunting and timber production to profitable agriculture and other alternative uses. The land is situated along Fairgrove Road within sight of Fairgrove Middle School and just less than 10 minutes from I-95 and from the city limits of Fairmont. This tract provides 69 acres of land nearly split evenly between woodlands and open field with an amble opportunity for both residential living and plenty of lands to meet almost any hunters delights. At this price, this tract will not be active long. Tract has direct access to Fairgrove Road with NC 904 with over 650 foot of road frontage. It's the perfect hunting tract for an opportunity for building a home along Fairgrove Road just minutes larger communities and arterial routes. The tract is less than 3o minutes from Lumberton and only an hour away from Florence and Fayetteville.
|--||New Value: $150,000|
|12/15/2020 10:36:00 PM||New Value: $150,000|