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Waterfront Property for sale in Stokes County North Carolina

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$25,000 4.9 acres
Pine Hall Rd, Pine Hall, NC 27042 - Stokes County

Land sale Dan River frontage near Belews Lake

Unique ~ 5 acres +/- on the beautiful Dan River with ~ 671 feet of river frontage. Perfect for recreational use. Walk to Belews Lake! Enjoyment for friends and family. NOTE: 100% flood plain with NO restrictions. This is being cut out of Tax ID 6993153249 shown as 48.62 acres +/-. Buyer to pay for survey.
Robbie Sutton United Country Real Estate Sutton Properties
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$336,300 57 acres
West Dalton Road, Pinnacle, NC 27043 - Stokes County

Dalton Rd

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the nicest tracts of land available in the Stokes County with views of Hanging Rock, Sauratown Range & Pilot Mtn! The property will consist of 57+/- Acres of gentle rolling topography, with open AG fields, and mixed timber. There is a good balance of approx 12 year loblolly pine, hardwood buffers, and open land to make this property great for the small farmer or outdoor enthusiast. The property has a railroad as the northern boundary and the Little Yadkin River on the West making this a protected tract from any further encroachments and creating a since of protection. With over 1300' of frontage along the Little Yadkin it allows access for unlimited possibilities to make this a
Adam Hunnicutt The Clearwater Group
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$714,000 170 acres
Cottonwood Drive, Walnut Cove, NC 27025 - Stokes County

Stokes County Dan River Acreage

If you've ever wanted to own river front property, this is your chance. Located just to the West of the Rockingham/Stokes Countyline you'll find an unbelievable opportunity. This 170 acre tract truly haseverythingthat a savvy investor or outdoor enthusiast searches for. The most impressive feature of the property is the 2600+/- feet of Dan River frontage. Easy access to the river can be found at the cleared and manicured campground area. The sandy beach would be a great place to set up some chairs and relax or to launch your kayaks or canoes. You could conceivably float a half a mile down the river, take out,and ride your atv or utv back and repeat the process all day.There are also a multitude of other beautiful creeks and streams throu
Ryan Sharpe The Clearwater Group