Lat/Long: 35.9988/ -81.2352
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145 ± acres joining the East Prong of the Lower Little River and Robinette Road in Alexander County, NC. Property is located on the southern flank of the Brushy Mountains, an isolated spur of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The trees on the property are predominately hardwoods, but white pine and Virginia pine are found on the property mostly on the southern end. There is ATV access into the interior of the property, but little vehicle access.
From the intersection of NC Hwy 16 and NC Hwy 90 in Taylorsville take NC Hwy 16 north 3.3 miles. Turn left onto Little River Church Road and proceed 2.6 miles and then take a slight right onto Mt. Olive Church Rd and proceed 1.5 miles. Then turn left onto Robinette Road and the property will be on your right.
Uses: Residental, recreation, hunting, timber production
Timber: Timber was last cut approximately 25 to 30 years ago.
The property is south facing with a central ridge running north/south. There is some fairly level land on the southern end of the property with steeper slopes and you go further north into the property.
Elevations: Low 1160 High 1760
Survey Information: Survey is needed. Acreage could vary significantly from tax office information.
Tax Parcel/Pin number:
Pin: 3832869606 Part of 3833735371
Parcel: 0006363 Part of 0006165
This property is not in Forestry Present Use
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.