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2.24 Acres | Located in Wilkes County, NC

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Description

Build your new mountain home and enjoy great views, plenty of privacy, and easy access. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains in the community of Deer Run, this 2.24 Acre lot awaits you. Conveniently located just 24 miles from downtown Boone and just 19 miles from downtown Wilkesboro, making this is an ideal location for a PRIMARY RESIDENCE or a SECOND HOME. Let BUCK MOUNTAIN be your oasis from daily life, a place to relax & enjoy nature. Once you arrive at Buck Mountain, you won’t want to leave because of the many amenities this gated community has to offer…ATV Trails, Hiking Trails, Parks, Fishing Pond, Water Falls, Pavilion, Putting Green, Community Center, Helipad, Outdoor Activity Center & more! Make lasting memories while spending the day hiking or riding ATVs on the miles of trails or while fishing in the stocked pond behind the Community Center. YOU WON’T BELIEVE ALL THIS COMMUNITY HAS TO OFFER!

Property Information

Parcel Size

2.24

State

North Carolina

County

Wilkes

Nearest Cities

Wilkeboro

Parcel #

0801817

Address

Pepper Bush Rd, Purlear, NC 28665

Legal Description

DEER RUN Phase 6 Lot 123

Features

Acres

Acres

2.24

County

County

Wilkes

Subdivision

Subdivision

Exists

Access

Access

Gravel

Power

Power

At Street

Water

Water

Well & Septic will need to be installed

Coordinates

Coordinates

36.217830, -81.397053

Zoning

Zoning

none

Nearby Attractions/Cities

Roaring Gap, NC

The massive granite dome at Stone Mountain State Park keeps watch on park visitors enjoying nearly every type of outdoor activity – camping, hiking, climbing, fishing, picnicking, horseback riding and more. There are more than 18 miles of trails, matched by more than 20 miles of designated trout waters in this park that spreads below the Blue Ridge Parkway. A campground offers 90 sites, some with utility hookups, and group and backpacking campsites are nearby. Rock climbing is allowed by permit on the towering, 600-foot granite face of the landmark mountain, and climbers look down on Hutchinson Homestead, a restored mid-19th century mountain farm. Expansive picnic grounds with shelters invite reunions and community gatherings.