4.16 acres in Buncombe County, North Carolina
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Kim Gentry Justus
Kim Gentry Justus
Ivester Jackson Blackstream/Christie's International
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4.16 acres in Buncombe County, North Carolina

9999 Meadows Town Road, Marshall , North Carolina 28753 - Buncombe County
$159,000 4.16 Acres
Property ID 6408560

Description

Private acreage that backs up to the Sandy Mush / NC Game Lands! Located inside of Buncombe County, but with Marshall address. Just 15 minutes from a well equipped Ingles grocery store and 30 minutes to the center of Downtown Asheville! Commune with nature on this private retreat property! Long range views possible with a bit of selective clearing. There is a older single wide mobile home on a block foundation located on the property. No tax value has been given for the structure. There is a 3 bedroom septic, a well (shared) and electricity in place, giving you a headstart in case you want to build your dreams here! There is enough acreage to make a great hunting camp, or even a retreat center. Perhaps tiny homes/ vacation rentals/ cabins are more your style? There are so many possibilities... Also available in combined listing with adjacent 1.17 acre lot and single wide home. Please see MLS #3426687

Directions

Leicester Highway to Right on Meadows Town Rd to Left on Mount Airy. At top of hill through gate. (Please see Showing Service for access code) Then left to end.

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Kim Gentry Justus
Kim Gentry Justus
Ivester Jackson Blackstream/Christie's International

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