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4.8 Acres | Located in Columbus County, NC

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Description

Just 20 minutes outside of Wilmington, you’ll find this level, 4.8-acre lot. Zoned as General Use, your site-built dream home, manufactured, or barndominium is allowed. Temporary RV use is allowed. Power, water and sewer is available for hookup. Convenient nearby shopping can be found just a few minutes from the property, with more shopping and medical options available in Wilmington. Local schools are all within a 15-minute drive. During the warm summer months, you can find boating and watersports at Lake Waccamaw or the Cape Fear River. With a short 45-minute drive, you can find your favorite spot along the Atlantic Coast and explore the heart of Wilmington NC. Assignment of Contract.

Property Information

Parcel Size

4.8

State

North Carolina

County

Columbus

Parcel #

0081397

Address

Smith Ln., Bolton, NC 28423

Legal Description

Lot 4, division of John W Smith Estate-Map2, PB 61 PG 49

Property Taxes

$125.80

Features

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Acres

4.8

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County

Columbus

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Subdivision

Exists

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Access

Paved

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Power

At street

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Water

Water & Sewer Available for Hookup

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Coordinates

34.322193, -78.380792

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Zoning

General Use (Aprpox 1.41 acres in Bolton City Limits, 3.46 in Columbus Cnty)

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Elevation

63 FT

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Topography

Clear

Nearby Cities / Attractions

Wilmington North Carolina

From Wilmington’s vibrant riverfront and scenic Riverwalk that winds around the storied Cape Fear River to three colorful island beaches, there’s something about the water here that surrounds, transforms, and enthralls visitors. A variety of architectural styles and moss-draped live oaks line the city’s National Register Historic District, spanning more than 230 blocks. From horse-drawn carriage rides on the old brick-lined streets to the rhythm of live music along the riverfront, Wilmington embraces influences from the past and present.

Voted as America’s Best Riverfront, Wilmington’s scenic Riverwalk offers easy access to boutiques, cafes, and vibrant nightlife. See the city on a scenic cruise, guided walking tour, or by horse-drawn carriage or trolley ride. Enjoy fresh local seafood and regional specialties at locally-owned restaurants in downtown Wilmington’s walkable river district and see a Broadway show after dinner. Board the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA, where distinguished services and sacrifices of World War II sailors live on, or visit our family-friendly museums.

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