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This private 2.23-acre lot provides ample space for building your dream home. Site built home only, minimum 1500 sq. ft. Relax on your deck and enjoy the beautiful panoramic mountain views! Lot 51 of Stone’s Throw subdivision. Conveniently located within a 20-minute drive into Morganton for all your shopping and medical needs. The property is a little over an hour’s drive South to Charlotte NC. Burke County is one of the best places to live in North Carolina.
3545 Stones Throw Dr, Valdese, NC 28690
Stones Throw Subdivision – Lot 51
Private maintained Rd
Well & Septic will need to be installed
Morganton is the county seat of Burke County and sits on the Catawba River in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Morganton and Burke County are blessed with scenic rural landscapes, and abundant outdoor adventure opportunities. The Blue Ridge Parkway, perhaps the most famous highway in America, winds its way through the northwestern part of the county, and Charlotte and Asheville are just over an hour’s drive away. Morganton is called “Nature’s Playground” for a reason. The Pisgah National Forest, comprised of more than 500,000 acres, covers the northwest section of Burke County; Linville Gorge, also known as the Grand Canyon of North Carolina, is just a short drive from the city; and Burke County is home to two North Carolina State Parks – Lake James State Park and South Mountains State Park. Lake James State Park, located in the western part of the county, sits astride a pristine, 6,812-acre reservoir that offers all the activities one might expect including boating, swimming, fishing, camping, 15 miles of mountain bike trails, and remote paddle-in campsites. Mountains State Park, covers 18,000 acres of Burke County, and is one of the state’s most rugged areas featuring elevations to 3,000 feet, an 80-foot waterfall, mountain streams and more than 40 miles of trails for hikers, equestrians, and outdoor adventurers. Mountain bikers enjoy a 17-mile loop, and drive-to campsites sit beside the Jacob Fork River.