62+/- Acres of Residential and Hunting Land For Sale in Robeson County, NC

Located on Highway 501 near Maxton in Robeson County North Carolina, this heavily wooded tract is located in a quiet rural area. Electric and telephone service is located adjacent to the property, and county water is available. A soil evaluation has been performed and it is suitable for a septic system. Deer, turkeys, and small game can be hunted on the property. Shoeheel Creek runs along one side of the tract offering fishing and duck hunting. The primary soil types are Lakeland, Johnston, and Plummer and Ossier. Robeson County is the home of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Lumberton is the county seat and offers shopping, dining and a hospital. No deed restrictions, and no HOA! If you are looking for residential, recreational, or timber land in southeastern NC take a look at this one!

Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 130 and Highway 501 at Raemon, take Hwy 501 north for 1.89 miles. The property is on the left.
Distances: Maxton – 7 Miles Lumberton – 29 Miles Laurinburg – 11 Miles Pembroke – 14 Miles Red Springs – 19 Miles
Acreage: 62.26 +/- Cleared: None Wooded: 62 +/- Road Front: 2,937’ +/- Water Front: 2,700‘ +/-
Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Small Game, Ducks, Freshwater Fish Zoning: RA – Residential Agricultural
Parcel Number: 01040101811
Timber: Loblolly Pine, Upland and Bottomland Hardwood
Possible Uses: Home Site, Timber Investment, Recreational, Hunting


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    • Property State: North Carolina 
    • County: Robeson 
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    • Price: $155,000 
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    • Acreage: 62.26 
    • Address: US Hwy 501 Maxton NC 28364 
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