Secluded, very private, and surrounded by thousands of acres of wildlife habitat.
This Brunswick County North Carolina acreage offers a tremendous opportunity for outdoor activity and potential for future development.
Located in southern North Carolina, the area is a short drive from Carolina beaches, Wilmington, Myrtle Beach, and other popular destinations.
Wildlife known to frequent the area include:
There are several potential pond sites and higher ground for camping or cabin.
The parcel is mostly wooded with a mix of vegetation.
This tract presents an opportunity for conservation or wildlife habitat.
This property consists mainly of “Pocosin”
Pocosin is an Indian word referring to “high swamp” or “High Bog”.
These Pocosin’s are many times the highest points of land in the coastal plain. They consist of years of decomposed organic material creating a black muck on the surface, but concealing a hardpan beneath that very slowly drains to nearest streams and low land.
Hampton Rhodes, VA is a prime example of a metropolitan area built on drained Pocosin.
Alternatively, Pocossin Lakes National Wildlife Preserve is a prime example of the diverse and important wildlife habitat afforded by these lands covered in Pond Pine, Loblolly Pine, Savannah Grass, Sedge, and Herb.
In 1987 Red Wolfe were introduced into this habitat and have thrived and spread.
Most famously, this is ideal habitat for Black Bears, Tundra Swan, a huge variety of waterfowl and important birds that winter here. Deer, Turkey, Raccoon thrive!
In short, this property provides a tremendous wildlife sanctuary, but retains the capability to be developed commercially should that become an objective.
Given the lands' tremendous resources, recreational opportunity, development potential, proximity to the Carolina shores, and attractive pricing, it is one to consider.