1499 Hardison Road
Williamston, NC 27892

Description

HUGE PRICE REDUCTION: Motivated sellers ready to move this property!! Impoundments in Martin County, NC a little south of Roanoke River. Located at the end of Hardison Road/Sr1576), isolated, tract contains 144.5 acres: 43 acres of of flooded duck impoundments: balance of acreage is set-up for big game. Hunting tract has all the capital improvements that allow you to step right in to hunt duck & deer this season. There are four separate impoundments. Pond 1 contains 13.37 acres. Pond 2 contains 9.16 acres. Pond 3 contains 9.83 acres. Pond 4 contains 10.57 acres. Each impoundment can be individually filled by means of a 4'' PVC water supply outlet fed by an electric pump from a 6 inch well. You can pick and choose which impoundment(s) are flooded or not. At the end of the season just drain each season. At the end of the season easily drain the impoundment by means of steel risers and drain culverts recently installed. It just doesn't get much simpler than that. There is a 5.68 acre lake at the southern end of the property that stays full of water year round. Yes, bring your fishing tackle as well. Currently, there is one duck blind in impoundment #2 and there are two existing duck blinds in impoundment #3. You will have to see these blinds to appreciate the effort that went into their installation. Hint: one blind has a set of concrete steps leading up into the blind. Another blind is constructed on stainless steel pontoons, providing great mobility in its placement. The southwestern and southern portion of the acreage is dedicated to deer hunting. There is a well maintained, and gated, road system leading into this section of the property, and numerous maintained shooting lanes that provide excellent fields of fire for about a half dozen strategically placed tree sets. In addition to deer, the owners have had good luck with wild turkey as well as a few covey of quail. At the end of the hunt you can conveniently store your gear in the large, steel Quonset hut located on the property. This 35' x 60' Quonset hut is perfect for long/short term storage for all your indispensable gear and equipment. This building is on a concrete slab, is well lit, and has an electric overhead door. On the vacant lot adjacent to the Quonset hut there is an existing septic tank and drainfield that has potential as future use to accommodate a hunting cabin or residence. Additionally, there is yet another existing tank and drainfield located on the tract on the deer hunting side of the property. To say that this is a unique opportunity to acquire valuable duck impoundments and deer hunting acreage in eastern North Carolina would be an understatement. Call today for additional details.

Details

MLS#100094126
Sub-TypeResale
StatusActive
Days On Site550

Features

ZoningAgriculture
Acreage144.50

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Area Information

StateNC
CountyMartin
CityWilliamston
Zip Code27892
AreaMartin
Community NameNot In Subdivision
Listing VS Median (in Not In Subdivision)
Price:
$330,000
low | high
Med:
$141,000
100% of Average
On Site:
550
low | high
Med:
347
100% of Average
Listing Updated: 06/24/2019
MLS Number: 100094126
Listing Provided By:
Thad Roberts  of  Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers
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