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115 Acres of Development Land For

Plymouth, NC 27889

Washington County, North Carolina

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115 Acres of Development Land For : Plymouth : Washington County : North Carolina

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Development Potential with Dual Road Frontage,

This 115 acre tract offers a very unique opportunity for development with frontage on two main thoroughfares, one going in the town of Plymouth and the other leading directly to the huge Weyerhauser Mill.

Current attractions in the area include the Roanoke River Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, Port O' Plymouth Museum, Somerset Place, Pettigrew State Park, Davenport Homestead and the Outer Banks Speedway.

Today, the Roanoke River Lighthouse is establishing a new significance as a visitors attraction and Gateway to the Outer Banks Lighthouses, a gathering place for Plymouth's annual Wood Boat Show, the popular Cowboys on the Water, and other events. Web Link listed above With more than 1,300 acres of land around Lake Phelps and more than 3,000 acres along the Scuppernong River, with an additional 16,600 acres of water, Pettigrew State Park is an ideal blend of nature, history and recreation. Web Link listed above Take a trip to Creswell's Davenport Homestead and see what everyday life was like over 200 years ago. It was built in the late 1700S and rests on cypress blocks because brick footings were beyond the means of Daniel Davenport, the owner and future North Carolina senator of Washington County. Web Link listed above The Outer Banks Speedway is All Concrete 1/8th mile, 6-inch thick racing surface 50 ft. wide 25 ft. per lane 2400 ft. long 1740 ft. of shut down area.Track is same flexible strength used in today's airport runways. Facility is capable of housing over 10,000 spectators easily and accommodating 600 race cars and 3500 spectator cars, 62 acres overall. Ihra sanctioned track. Currently running Pro Mods, Pro Stocks, ET Brackets & more. Web Link listed above Forestry is still an important part of the Washington County economy. North Carolina Pulp Company came to the area in 1937. The owner of the mill, Kieckhefer-Eddy, merged with the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company in 1957. The mill is located in Martin County, but immediately adjacent to Plymouth. Weyerhaeuser is the largest private landowner in Washington County, and the paper mill complex has remained a dominant part of the Plymouth economy. Web Link listed above For more information on this and other development land for sale in Washington County NC, contact at , by email at Email listed above or visit nclandandfarms/. com.

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