I have a plan; a big plan
, an evolving plan to develop property, create jobs and make at least my corner of Beaufort County a better place to live. I made this claim regarding Tract A
; and, this Tract E, like the bredth of the corner exposed Tract D
is quite similar. Tract E enjoys a long visible association with its cousin tract across the road, both tracts have: the same blue line stream frontage within the Rice Patch Creek watershed; high well drained flat hills (no flood insurance needed), for development; good soils to support septic; abundant road frontage where growing traffic slows down due to the Moores Beach Road intersection; water access on the Pamlico River if one wishes to effect a subdivision that is residential or mixed usage.
Track E has tremendous access to Old Blounts Creek Road (SR 1123), with an estimated 1132' of wide, hard surfaced state maintained frontage. Old Blounts Creek Road is the connective artery for the south side of the Pamlico River, and the long road frontage affords this track outstanding visibility as well, as one can witness by the map: Above. Click image to expand.
Tract E is just one of many tracts, ranging from Tract A to Tract S, with plentiful road frontage, good soils, high ground, and excellent water access, getting better. Tract E is 7.740 acres, provides .646 mile of permanent trails, with this very versatile tract is being offered for 240,300.00
Large waterfront access lot shown here, which is deeded with every lot of all residential lots sold in this expansive project: Below. Click the image to get the fully expandable map.
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.