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Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Bertie County North Carolina

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$215,000 62 acres 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 2986 sqft
1143 & 1149 Broad Street, Windsor, NC 27983 - Bertie County

REDUCED! 62 Acres of Hunting Land with Home in Bertie County NC!

What a package! A rural home, a cabin by the river with a private boat ramp, an equipment shelter, 3 ponds and 2800' of river frontage. You need to see this place! Here you go, 60 acres with a home and a cabin on a creek for sale in Bertie County North Carolina. Located right on the edge on Windsor NC, this 4 bedroom, 3 bath country home can be your permanent residence or an income producing rental property. Its almost 3000 sq ft, has a detached garage and plenty of room to spread out! Windsor NC is a small Coastal Plains town on the banks of the Cashie River. It has plenty of history, a few restaurants, small boutiques and a hospital. Highway 17 crosses the property and provides easy access north and south to the coastal waterf
Bryan DeHart Mossy Oak Properties
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$150,000 1.22 acres
127 Thomas Ln., Colerain, NC 27924 - Bertie County

Chowan River Front Lot

This is Beautiful waterfront lot on Chowan River very close to the Historic Downtown area of Edenton, NC. This lot has it all, gorgeous views, sandy beach and out of the flood zone. Over an acre overlooking the Chowan River with a nice sloped hill down to the water. Not to mention the neighborhood. This neighborhood has it all: a great community, sandy beach area, a boat ramp, pier, swings and more. This is one of the few lots that also has its private sandy beach and with the right permits can put in a private pier for your boat. Having your private beech and you can also use the community area in a neighborhood that has beautiful homes, sets this lot above others.
Chris Respess Respess Real Estate, Inc.
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$975,000 313.47 acres
226 Hoggard Mill Road, Windsor, NC 27983 - Bertie County

Hunting Property With Water and Marketable Timer For Sale

Hoggards Mill was established in 1736 by James Castellaw and was eventually purchased by William Hoggard in 1800 and has been owned by the same family since 1928. There were two mills on the property including a water powered grist mill and a water powered saw mill as well as a covered bridge. The county seat was located here from 1722 to 1769 and the first courthouse, public warehouses, jail and other various commercial buildings were also located here, making this a historically significant property. The property has an abundance of mixed hardwoods and softwoods, including timber that is over 100 years old in areas and includes cypress, ash, cedar, birch, gum and more. This environment makes this a wonderful habitat for wildlife and is o
Meryl Brown Joe Murray Realty