Bud West Road
Lat/Long: 36.0632 / -81.2747
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29 ± acres at the end of Bud West Road. Heavily wooded. Long road frontage on High Rock Road. Property joins Little Warrior Creek and there is another small stream on the property as well. The is a portion of a larger property and a survey will be needed. Acreage is based on County GIS data.
From the intersection of NC Hwy 18 South and US Hwy 421 in Wilkesboro, travel south on NC Hwy 18 toward Taylorsville. Travel approximately 3.2 miles and turn right onto NC Hwy 18. Travel approximately 6.7 miles and turn right onto High Rock Road. Travel .8 miles and property will be on both sides of High Rock Road.
From the intersection of NC Hwy 268 and US Hwy 421 in Wilkesboro, travel approximately 7 miles and turn left onto Boomer Road. Travel 2 miles and turn right onto Glen Carlton Road. Travel 2.1 miles and turn left onto High Rock Road. In approximately .80 miles the property will be on both sides of High Rock Road.
Residential, Subdevelopment, Farmland, Grazing, Orchard, Dairy, Horse Farm, Poultry, Beef Cattle, Fishing, Hunting or Gameland, Winery, Vineyard, Crops
Timber: Large white pine as well as a variety of hardwoods.
Topography: Moderate to Rolling. Very nice ridge running Southeast to Northwest
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Survey: Richard Current April 1995
Taxes: Property is in the Forestry Present Use program
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