This tract is located in the Alarka Community of Swain County.
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314± wooded acres located a short distance from Bryson City, NC. A great place for a private retreat in a vacation paradise. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Tuckasegee River, Fontana Lake, Cherokee Indian Reservation, and Fly Fishing Museum of the Southern Appalachians are all close by along with great restaurants and breweries in Bryson City. The property was partially harvested approximately 10 years ago. Road access is limited, but a great place to hike. The property joins the state road.
From Bryson City, travel southwest on US 74 (Nantahala Byway). At the intersection of US Hwy 19 and US Hwy 74, Exit 64, travel southeast on Alarka Road (Hwy 19). Travel approximately 4.6 miles and take a slight left onto Pigeon Creek Road. Travel approximately .6 miles and the property will be on your right.
Timber, Recreational, Residential, Hunting
Timber: No formal timber inventory. The timber was partially harvested approximately 10 years ago.
Topography: The topography is representative of the surrounding area with mountainous terrain. The majority of the property has southwest facing side slopes and hollows.
Tax Parcel/Pin number:
Pin: 6672-82-0311-000 6671-78-7339-000
Parcel: 667204820311 667102787339
Book/Page: 0087/0337 00383/0488
Survey: No recent survey
All information is assumed to be accurate and substantially correct but no assumptions of liability are intended. Neither the seller nor the agent or representatives warrant the completeness or accuracy of the information. Seller does not guarantee timber volumes, values, acreages (total, woodland/cropland, stand or otherwise), tree ages or the condition and/or function of any improvements, including but not limited to all buildings, machinery, appliances, wells, equipment, livestock, and ponds. No representatives or warranties are expressed or implied as to the property, its condition, boundaries or logging feasibility. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of this information.