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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Jackson County North Carolina

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$229,000 1.41 acres
Vess Owens Road, Tuckasegee, NC 28783 - Jackson County

Pristine Lake Life

Lake living on the most pristine lake in WNC. Wolf Lake frontage lot on a point on the east side of the lake with deep water. Nice beach on lot when water levels are low. No HOA or Restrictive Covenants. Driveway graded and a two bedroom septic permit has been issued. Wolf Lake is ideal for small gas powered boats, electric boats, canoes, kayaks and paddleboards. Predominant amount of the shoreline is owned by the USFS.
Todd Baucom Western Carolina Properties
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$129,500 42.91 acres
West Rogers Road, Cullowhee, NC 28723 - Jackson County

Tuck River frontage in Cullowhee

River front property located in the Cullowhee community, just off the campus of Western Carolina University. Some roughed in roads on the premises, easy access paved state road frontage and views abound of the river valley and the surrounding mountains. Many possibilities with this tract. Call or email to arrange a site visit.
Todd Baucom Western Carolina Properties
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$59,900 0.42 acres
Bugle Boy Dr, Cullowhee, NC 28723 - Jackson County

Lot 22 Bugle Boy Dr

This property is riverfront and is very flat. Fish for trout in the Tuckasegee River from your front porch! Septic tank and lines area already installed.
Todd Baucom Western Carolina Properties
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$1,500,000 2.36 acres
Dillsboro, NC 28725 - Jackson County

Exquisite full riverfront - the last riverfront property of its kind!

2.36 acres of 100% gorgeous undeveloped riverfront property in Dillsboro, NC. Uniquely zoned for both commercial and residential use. Exquisite full riverfront - the last riverfront property of its kind. Unique, pristine, incomparable...and perfect for residential subdivided lots, condos, cabins, commercial, sport rafting/fishing outlet, or private palatial riverfront mansion surrounded by beautiful trees. Established in 1889, Dillsboro, North Carolina has been a popular tourist and vacation destination for decades. Nestled in the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains and on the Tuckaseegee River, Dillsboro attracts local patrons and visitors from all over the Southeast based on its small town charm, local artisans, craftsmen, beautiful
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