Just behind the Tryon Country Club, two miles back a tree-lined road from the center of Tryon, lies 103 +/- acres of exceptional opportunity for homestead, family compound, development and recreational use. This tract of land was once home to moonshiners, several families, and has remains of a stone cistern to supply Tyron with water. Now it hosts multiple bold streams and a small pond that brings water to abundant deer and turkey. Most of the property is in hardwood timber, but recently logged areas provide long-range views, wildlife habitat and trails that allow for exploration of the property by horse, ATV, or hiking. Springs once fed the six original home sites, outbuildings and a greenhouse in the valley. These sites show development potential and some include long range mountain views but have no contributory value and are sold as is. Make this your new private estate with room for multiple homes, nature enjoyment and hunting, and the convenience of being just minutes from town.
- Creekfront,Hilly,Long Range View,Mountain View,Open/Cleared,Private,Sloping,Steep,Stream/Creek,Trees,Views,Wooded
The results are in, 2017 was a banner year for area Real Estate Sellers:
Courtesy of National Land Realty LLC
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