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Bladen County North Carolina Hunting Land for sale

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$130,000 70 acres
Off Norris Road, Garland, NC 28441 - Bladen County

70.8 Acres of Hunting and Recreational Land For Sale In Bladen County NC!

Located right next to Bladen Lakes NCWRC Game Lands! This property is perfect for hunting, riding ATVs, or a secluded home site with ample acreage to enjoy your privacy. 70.8 Acres of hunting and recreational land for sale in Bladen County NC! This multi-faceted property is located just outside of Garland in Bladen County in close proximity to Bladen Lakes, a North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission Game Lands. There is approximately 2,350 feet of road frontage on Norris Road. The property was once used as a home site so there is electricity already ran to the rear of the property where the home once was. This area would make for a fantastic hunting camp or home site for someone seeking a place to enjoy their privacy. The entrance is
Broker Mossy Oak Properties NC Land & Farms
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$48,000 10 acres
Clarkton, NC 28433 - Bladen County


Timbered tract that Seller is willing to divide into 10-15 acre size parcels. Frontage along Hwy 211, with both power and water available.
Stephanie Bloyd Resource Management Service
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$619,000 308 acres
Kelly, NC 28448 - Bladen County

Crawford Marshall Tract

Almost 1 mile of highway frontage along NC Hwy 11 leading north from the bridge over the Cape Fear River in southeastern Bladen County. Two gated access roads leading east into the tract and a well developed interior road system highlight this tracts accessibility. Over mile of river frontage along the Cape Fear River. Only 40 minutes from Wilmington. Painted and maintained boundary lines. Opportunities for multiple cash flow events from well-managed timber. Most areas of the tract were harvested after Hurricane Fran in 1996. All of the upland areas were replanted with loblolly pine and these stands have been thinned once in 2013-2014. The upland and bottomland hardwood areas are thick with regeneration of red and white
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