4.23 Wooded Acres in Desirable Dunn, NC
Trees for added privacy!
Once you click the “Reserve Now” button and complete the Checkout Process, we will receive an instant notification that your deposit has been made. This deposit is non-refundable and will be credited towards your purchase. You will then be given the option to close through a local title company or in-house. Please contact us with any questions.
When closing in-house we complete the transaction in less than 5-7 business days and is a flat rate of $300. When closing through a local title company, expect the transaction to be completed in ~30 days and can cost between $700-$1200, depending on the area and property. If you choose to close through a title company that is to be paid by you, the buyer.
Address: Between 2965 and 3125 Hobson Road, Dunn, NC 28334
Wonderful wooded lot in PRIME LOCATION – excellent schools, new homes popping up all over, 5 minutes from I-95, and close to everything! Perfect for someone looking for a wooded lot and a blank slate to work.
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Excellent opportunity here to create memories that will last a lifetime. Don’t miss out on this one!
Harnett County Assessed Value of this property is $36,150. Property taxes are a very reasonable $310.90 per year.
Zoning is Residential-Agriculture (RA-30). Zoning is friendly to both stick-built and manufactured homes. No HOA means no added cost of ownership and no unnecessary rules and regulations!
Dunn, Raleigh, Fayetteville, Fort Bragg
Between 2965 and 3125 Hobson Road, Dunn, NC 28334
Would be well
Harnett County, NC
Harnett County is one of the fastest growing counties in North Carolina with approximately 130,000 residents. Harnett’s tagline of “Strong Roots, New Growth,” describes a county in transition, one that values its rural agricultural heritage while also embracing new growth and industry. Harnett County is optimally located just between North Carolina’s capital city of Raleigh and the internationally recognized Research Triangle Park to the north, and the nation’s largest military installation in Fort Bragg to the south. The county is also centrally located in North Carolina and is within close proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains and Blue Ridge Parkway, and to the numerous Atlantic Ocean beaches and the Outer Banks. Harnett County also possesses abundant natural resources including nearly 6,000 acres of park land and 26 miles of hiking and walking trails. Harnett is home to Raven Rock State Park and some of the best white water rapids in the region along the Cape Fear River.
Raven Rock State Park
The Cape Fear River is the frequent hiking destination for visitors entering Raven Rock State Park, whether it’s Lanier Falls, the Fish Traps rapids or the massive Raven Rock, an ageless landmark for river travelers. Along the way, hikers will experience steep terrain, mountain laurel and rhododendron thickets and tumbling creeks. The park offers primitive backcountry camping areas for families and paddlers; all supplies must be carried in, but the solitude is worth the effort. A separate equestrian area on the river’s north bank offers extensive trails and a large parking area. Frequent interpretive programs complement museum-quality exhibits in the visitor center exploring the Cape Fear region’s cultural and natural history.