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Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Transylvania County North Carolina

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$2,100,000 126.93 acres
999 Bald Rock Road, Balsam Grove, NC 28708 - Transylvania County

126 Acres- Bald Rock Road

Hidden Meadows offers a unique opportunity for private estate, development or camp retreat. Approx 15 acres of rolling established pasture with Tucker Creek flowing through it. Complete privacy by the pond or on the trail system leading waterfalls, springs, fern covered forest floor and forest. One mile of property boundary with Pisgah NF with easy trail access. Nice mountain views of Bald rock from the pasture and old homestead, barn. Upper ridges offer long range views.
Stephen Billy Harris Steve Owen & Associates
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$175,000 11.01 acres
999 Turkey Track Road, Rosman, NC 28772 - Transylvania County

11 acres Turkey Track Road

Own your own Waterfall! 11.1 Acres with a beautiful creek and waterfalls in a gated community. Very Private! Close to Brevard NC, "The Land of the Waterfalls". Lots of wildlife perfect to build your mountain getaway. 3 bedroom septic approved. you own both sides of creek and falls with nice private feel in area of nice homes and large estate parcels. Community borders what will be East Fork Headwaters state park.
Stephen Billy Harris Steve Owen & Associates
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$165,000 30.79 acres
TBD Old Hwy 64, Pisgah Forest, NC 28768 - Transylvania County

French Broad River Farmland- Old Hwy 64

11 plus acres in AE Zone or 100-year flood zone, buildable with a 1-foot elevation. Farmland bordering the French Broad River, less than 10 mins from Brevard, 5 mins to Pisgah National Forest and 10 mins to DuPont State Forest. Currently being used as a nursery for landscaping trees. Three creeks cross the property and feed into the French Broad River. Old railroad bed crosses the front of the property that could be the future Ecusta Trail.
Stephen Billy Harris Steve Owen & Associates