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On the outskirts of Tarboro, you can find this level, wooded 3.66 acre nestled at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to start building that home of your dreams or have picked out that perfect manufactured home, this lot could be just what you need to get started. Manufactured, site built, or barndominium would be allowed. Zoned as AR30, you can also enjoy having a few farm animals. Situated just minutes from Tarboro, you can find quick and convenient shopping and medical needs, along with nearby local schools. Golf at The Link at Cotton Valley, find your favorite game lands, or fish along the Tar River all found within a few miles of the property. Just minutes to I-64, you can find Raleigh 1 hour to the west, the coastal town of Beaufort 2 hours to the south, and the Outer Banks 2 and a half hours to the east that all offer an abundance of unique recreational activities. Power running at the street – Well and septic needs installed. Owner Financing Available.
Ridgewood Rd., Tarboro, NC 27886
Well & Septic need installed
AR30 – AG RES
Level – Heavily Wooded
Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina, is one of the South’s most vibrant, eclectic cities – where eclectic meets traditional and historic meets modern. The city forms part of North Carolina’s famed Research Triangle, a wellspring of education, research and technical innovation. In Raleigh, 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 music cities in the USA. From exploring the history at the North Carolina Museum of Art, The Contemporary Art Museum, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, and several other museums, Raleigh seriously has a museum for all interests. Don’t forget to take the little ones to Marbles, a museum with themed exhibits designed to build imagination through self-led exploration, STEM learning stations and an IMAX theater. After dark, the city’s music scene comes to life, including hotspots such as C. Grace, a speakeasy-style jazz club, indie rock at Neptune’s, or national acts at Red Hat Amphitheater.
Raleigh also invites outdoor recreation all year with its mild winters and warm summers. Hike through forests and nature trails at the popular William B. Umstead State Park or mountain bike segments of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail that runs the length of North Carolina. Kayak at Robertson Millpond Preserve which offers a one-of-a-kind kayaking adventure through the only bald cypress blackwater swamp in the area.
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