Driving through the outskirts of Havelock, North Carolina, is surprisingly serene. You might go miles before you drive by a mom and pop store and if you are a stranger to row crop or timberland, this might strike you as a desolate location. When visiting the property for the first time, I knew I wasn't far from the coast because I could see the sea gulls stalking the tractors, waiting for a delectable to overturn in the next pass. The property is far from main highway and the former Weyerhaeuser land is saturated with pines and wildlife. Adams View has a grated rock road that leads all the way around to this beautiful open lot on the creek, waiting for a set of building plans and a new caretaker. If you are interested in owning a piece of waterfront property then this is the property for you. Lot three of Adams View is a great location. Not only does it border Adams Creek, It has over +-150 ft. of creek frontage that warrants the opportunity for a pier with a boat dock. If you aren't familiar with Adams Creek, it is a tributary of the much larger, Neuse River. This property totals 10.04 acres and has roughly an acre of buildable frontage, bordering the creek. The neighbor has recently built a home and you can tell from his property that the set of covenants will continue to uphold the value of newer properties that are to be built in the same neighborhood. The remaining 9 acres are +-300 acres long by +-100 acres wide. This property is perfectly located about 15 miles east of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point and about 15 miles north of Beaufort, NC. Atlantic Beach is only about 20 miles southwest of this property and you can be in New Bern in under 30 minutes. If you need to head due north, across the Neuse River, the property is a few miles from a ferry that will take you over to Oriental in under 20 minutes.
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