A rare opportunity to own a gorgeous property on Rocky River in the northern section of Union County, NC. The available +/-32 acres includes about 990 feet of river frontage and mature hardwood timber. A secluded property on the river to either build a home or provide a recreational retreat. The property is rich in wildlife deer and turkeys are plentiful and has deeded access from Pleasant Hill Church Road. Currently in Forestry Present Use for property taxes. Approximately 16 acres of pines were harvested in 2021 and has reforested with natural hardwood and pine regeneration. A woods road runs through the property including to the river making it easily accessible for viewing. Seller is willing to divide the acreage into 2 parcels. The listing address is the address of the brick home on the parcel but this home with some acreage is not included with the listing and will be surveyed out before closing.
The seller is planning to have the property surveyed, as well as have a preliminary soil report prepared by a soil scientist as soon as possible.
Located in Union County along the Rocky River just north of New Salem and south of Oakboro, Stanly County. From Oakboro, NC take NC Highway 205 South approximately 4 miles, turn left on Pleasant Hill Church Road just past the bridge across Rocky River. Drive will be on the left approximately mile from Hwy 205. Drive Deeded easement is about 3/10 of a mile long and ends at the residence on the property 7718 Pleasant Hill Church Road. Park at the For Sale sign near the residence and walk down the dirt access road on the right side of the drive behind the sign. The available property will begin on the dirt access road after crossing the stream at the bottom of the hill.
Approximate drive times 10 minutes from Oakboro about 5.5 miles 6 minutes from New Salem NC Hwy 218 - about 4 miles 30 minutes from Monroe, NC or Albemarle, NC about 20 miles and, 1 hour from Charlotte, NC about 35 miles.
Appointment for viewing required. Boundary lines shown on all attached maps are estimated only and may not be accurate depictions of final boundaries.