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Located in the heart of the Yadkin Valley is a one of a kind 307+/- acre generational farm that rest along the eastern banks of the Mitchell River. This property has been cherished by the same family for many years and is now being offered for the next owners to enjoy. Located just west of I-77 in the Elkin community and falling just south of the old Kapps Mill that rest along the Mitchell River banks just north of the property.

When entering the property off Kapps Mill rd on the northeastern corner you are greeted by small gravel drive known as Newbern Ln which leads through the interior of the property giving all weather access. Along the winding drive you encounter a diverse landscape of rolling foothills topography and towering timber. Leading off of Newbern Ln are a multitude of atv or walking trails that all lead to interesting areas of the property.

Along the eastern section of the property you find topography that has a moderate slope down to a beautiful mountain stream that is lined with towering laurel and rhododendron. As you approach this area you are taken back with the drop in the temperature along the shaded creek banks. This area feels like its own little world with the sounds of the stream splashing over the rock ledges and falling into small pools, all while being sheltered under the rhododendron canopies.

If you head west off of Newbern Ln this section of the property shares a totally different environment which is mainly large timber and a towering canopy with a park like setting. Throughout most of the property you can find abundant sign of wildlife, furthermore showing that the habitat is adequate and supportive. Upon touring the property there was abundant evidence of turkey roosting and scratching, also a great deal of whitetail sign.

Huckleberry Hill has a tremendous amount of natural resources, but by far the most valuable is the vast frontage along the Mitchell River. The property holds an array of recreational benefit for the conservation minded owner and the Mitchell River is one of the State of NC’s top trout fishing rivers with a tremendous amount of natural beauty. Additionally, the area also is surrounded by like minded owners who cherish the area and the River’s benefits.

 

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The Facts

  • 1985 survey (PB 30 / PG 186-7) shows 311+/- acres
  • 36+/- acres of timber harvested in 2014 (northeastern corner)
  • 275 +/- acres of mature timber (white pine, poplar, chestnut/white/red oak)
  • 3120′ +/- of frontage along the Mitchell River – https://www.planetware.com/north-carolina/top-rated-rivers-for-trout-fishing-in-north-carolina-us-nc-51.htm
  • 6,600′ +/- of stream located on the property
  • Internal Road “Newbern LN” – 45′ R/W agreement
  • 2784′ +/- frontage along Kapps Mill Rd
  • Gated entrance along Newbern LN
  • Existing hunting lease runs until Jan. 1  2022
  • Property is in “PUV” status
  • .7 mile down stream from the Mitchell River House – setting used in the Nicholas Sparks movie, “The Longest Ride”
  • 10 miles north of Elkin – http://www.elkinnc.org/
  • 2.4 miles south of the Mitchell River Game Land
  • 2.5 miles west of I-77
  • 20 miles north of Yadkinville
  • 38 miles northwest of Winston Salem
  • Will not subdivide

 

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Detail

  • Price: $1,645,000
  • Acres: 307 Acres
  • Property Type: Investment, Recreational Land, River Front, Timberland
  • Property Status: FOR SALE
  • Tax ID: 495600966231
  • County: Surry
  • Broker: Adam Hunnicutt

Contact info

Adam Hunnicutt, ALC
Adam Hunnicutt, ALC
(336) 552-4238
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