81 acres in Watauga County, North Carolina
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81 acres in Watauga County, North Carolina

4259 US Highway 321, Blowing Rock , North Carolina 28605 - Watauga County
$4,725,000 81 Acres
Property ID 4477582

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JUST REDUCED - 81 ACRES- now for sale across from Tweetsie Railroad in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. COMMERCIAL CORNER ( 5 ACRES) CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY. This includes Middle Fork Greenway trail to front property, presenting a perfect opportunity for a bed and breakfast, hotel and restaurant on the corner or rental cabin/Adirondack development on interior land. There is unlimited potential here, with easement soon to be in place to access this tract from Highway 321 South with a bridge. There is a possibility of the entrance of top Tweetsie being lined up with Middle Fork Road to align with the stop light. Most communities name a greenway trail as a top amenity that promotes a positive buyer interest. It is exciting that this trail will go under U.S. Highway 321 South and connect to the trail on the property of Tweetsie Railroad. Eventually, The Middle Fork Greenway trail will traverse the river from Blowing Rock to Boone, North Carolina. Located between Blowing Rock and Boone, North Carolina, the tract goes up to Sorrento Forest and features fabulous views. Development plans would be governed by the Watauga County Planning and Inspections Department.

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