This 47.55 acre tract of land is located just off the Mt. Misery Road exit in Leland NC. The Tract contains a beautiful lake and pond area. The zoning of R-6000 allows for up to a potential of 299 units on a estimated 20 Usable acres.This property was 41.36 acres but the owners recently acquired an additional 6.29 acres which gained an access point from Arden road and added more acreage to the total overall property.The site abuts the Leland Shopping Center which is anchored by Food Lion with a easement to the Food Lion center it makes for an easy point of access for grocery and other items for potential future residents.Property to be subdivided into three parcels as indicated below.Sellers have in hand the survey, wetlands map and a phase 1 ESA. This site is clean and ready for development.There is a gate on the property please call for showing(s).19.1+/- Acre division to be accessed via Mt. Misery Road and secondary on Arden Road (UNDER CONTRACT)23.2+/- Acre division to include large scenic lake with beautiful overlook, access granted via 19.1 Acre Development4.31+/- Acre division directly behind Food Lion also includes lake view and would be perfect townhouse development
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