Landbuyers often ask for a large property near Boone, or property with gentle topography and a significant water feature. Here, you'll find all three! There are 70+ acres with long frontage on Roby Greene Road, significant amount of rolling pasture, approximately 3,500' on the South Fork of the New River, and excellent homesite possibilities. Approximately 60 acres of this property are located West of Roby Greene Road. This portion of the property has areas of both wooded and open land. Most of the open land is in pasture and has very gentle topography sloping to the river. A significant portion of the pastures are located within areas designated by FEMA as being in a floodzone. The ridge along the southern property line has gentle slopes running East & West, with potential views of the New River to the South. Across Roby Greene Road to the East, there are approximately 10 wooded acres that slope moderately to the top of the ridge on Chestnut Mountain. Be aware, there is currently no bridge across the river to access the portion of land to the west, and there's a small cemetery.
|Property Type||Lots and Land|
|Listing Type||For Sale|
|Property Taxes (Annual)||$1,411.34|
|Lot Size||70.13 acres|
Courtesy of Chris Breden, NC Mountain Land, LLC