We begin this project, Tracts: A
/B /C, with an abundance of trails, and Commercial ventures, preferably restaurants that have achieved the nearly lost art of cooking well, while serving in a pleasant environment, at a reasonable and evolving value. Now, that would be the perfect continuous attraction. Folks will come for a variety of purposes, but one definite would be the wonderfully prepared fresh food at an attractive value. If all goes well, fresh vegetables should be available from the surrounding tilled earth - theirs or mine.
In this initial phase of the genesis of this highly conceptual neighborhood, we find the necessity of selling subdivided to begin each tract, with a minimum of two lots sold. To effect that success, we will offer a greater discount than the standard scheduled discount, by increasing the the percentage of discunt by a ratio of about 14%. For instance: Instead of giving sellers the standard 6% for two lots, we will offer a 7% discount for both lots sold; and, rather than granting a 7% discount for three lots sold, we will offer an 8% discount; and ...
Tract A and Tract B abutting, but separated by the Molly Hill Road, creates two Commercial corners shown here in a diverse plan to achieve commercial and rural diversity in close proximity. Notice on Tract A plan that the oft-mentioned nature trails course through this tract as well and much more on Tracts B and C, where 2.372 miles of trails running through this mostly commercial Tract B and 1.156 miles of trails traversing through Tract C: Below.
These two tracts (B and C) are an outstanding beginning to what I am working to create: A neighborhood where convenience meets the wonderment of nature, and all you have to do is walk to it, observe it: Above. map by Stan Deatherage. Click image (keep clicking) to expand to 1" : 100'.
In both maps shown above, and in the linked proposed plans of entire project, you should notice a number of proposed consistencies (knowing how to read a topo will help here), some listed here as: All roads are built on the highest ground with only four crossings of runs; There are about 26.3 miles of proposed permanent trails, shown in dark green linear lines, coursing through the entire project; multiple sectors in many acres (often using, but not limited in utilizing the required setbacks required by the multitude of regulatory agencies) that will be "natural areas" painted in brownish green, where trails will continue among natural trees, planted bushes and newer ornamental trees; Most subdivided lots show a dark grey construction footprints, some quite large (but could be larger considering the setbacks), some smaller just to prove that the lot is buildable; Most building lots are designed to move effluent waste water to community Septic Systems, which will be kept as "green spaces" with uncounted tens of miles of impermanent trails, designated by dashed dark green lines; Community Septic Systems, in uncounted acres, are designated in shades of brown; Constructed ponds and the massive beaver pond (now partially dry), and runs that capture large quantities of drained runoff, shown in a muted blue, are, or will be mostly navigable (either as a pond or without the pond as Calf Creek which empties into the Pamlico River), mostly full of fish (when the Beaver damn is reconstructed), and, with some limits, open to the public. Some subdivided lots are preliminarily designated for suggested uses, but those uses could change; there could more changes, but, probably, relatively few at this point in this initial, and evolving plan
The Deeded Access Lot, with over 151' of frontage on Chocowinity Bay /Pamlico River, and quite large at .85 acre, is viewed here from the southwest side of the lot west of (still part of the Rice Patch Creek Preserve Project) the community access lot, where we view the Pamlico River. The community access lot has a boat ramp with a pier in place: Above. Also, as part of this natural community that is in the embryonic state of its creation, are many views of a natural ponding of water, where over 25 miles of nature trails will intersect the course: Below. photos by Stan Deatherage Click images to expand.
Follow the provided link to this post: Collection Place for all Preserves Tracts for Sale ; scroll down tho the bottom of the page, where you will find a locational map for the property, including every plot and tract that we are currently offering.