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$712,440 237 acres
Bethel Lucas Road, Asheboro, NC 27205 - Randolph County

Thomas 237 Acres

Call Frank Sheppard at 910-635-5937. Realize your hunting, farming or investment dreams at this beautiful 237 acre multipurpose farm on Bethel Lucas Road in southern Randolph County. Approximately 50 acres of tillable land currently in production and approximately 167 acres of loblolly pines planted in 2008. Currently in present use tax program. For more information call Frank Sheppard at 910-635-5937.
Steve Dana Farms and Land Realty
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$223,300 77.9 acres
770 Iron Mountain Rd, Asheboro, NC 27205 - Randolph County

Iron Mountain Road

This is a great opportunity to get a large tract of land priced way below tax value. Great location off of Hwy 64. This land offers great topography from front to back. This could be an excellent recreational tract or you could take your pick of potential building sites. Evidence of a good whitetail population as well as small game. Pristine Mill Creek meanders through the property giving you a great water source year round. Call today to schedule a showing. This is a large tract for a good price.
Ryan Sharpe The Clearwater Group
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$285,000 84.3 acres
4500 nc hwy 42 south, Asheboro, NC 27205 - Randolph County

Macon Property

Make the short drive from the Triad, Triangle & Charlotte to walk this property and YOU WILL WANT TO MOVE TO THE COUNTRY! Beautiful undeveloped tract (82.6 acres) and building lot (1.7 acre) in the Grantville community of Randolph County. The acreage is centrally located to Asheboro, NC Zoo, Uwharrie National Forest, golf courses in Pinehurst, and the new Asheboro Highway 64 Bypass (approx. 4 miles), to be completed May 2020 and providing an easy commute to Raleigh. The adjoining cleared building lot provides an immediate building site. Combined approximately 1,500 ft. of road frontage on Highway 42. At least 750 ft. of frontage on historic Richland Creek (south boundary) and internal flowing streams. Timber was selectively cut "shelterwood
Dexter Macon