47± Acres - Wilkes County, NC - SOLD!


  • Bold Stream

  • Road Frontage

  • Elevations up to 2,300'+ 

  • Wooded with Young Timber & Trails

  • 7± Acre of Open Meadow

  • Nice Homesite Possibilities

  • Lies on Both Sides of the Road

  • Great Horse Property

  • Abundant Wildlife and Great Deer Signs

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Small Farming Opportunity in Wilkes County, NC!

Not often do you find a property that has end of road privacy, seclusion, an abundance of road front access, and a bold stream, that has approximately 15% of its acreage in open meadows! In addition, this property offers a small farming opportunity in Wilkes County, NC! It could be ideal for horses, cattle or a mini-farm.

This property has over a thousand feet of state maintained road frontage and electricity running right through the middle of it. It slopes up from a centrally located stream running along an open meadow up to a ridge to the north east and also up to a ridge to the south west. Elevations range from 1981’ along the stream up to 2325’ on the ridge to the north.


Timber was harvested last in 2002 and the property has been under a forest management program for the last 19 years. A healthy forest of White Pine and hardwoods is developing well for a possible future source of income. As a result of the 2002 timber harvest, an internal trail system is in place that could be utilized for recreational activities such as hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding or hunting access.

With the property bordering ridges on both the northern and southern border it lends itself to the possibility of some fantastic views. With a little clearing I can easily see multiple house or cabin sites available with an existing road system for access.

A current hunting lease is in place on the property that will expire upon transfer of deed to the new owner. The wildlife has been managed for over 10 years for trophy whitetails with the current lessee only taking about one trophy buck per year so there is an abundance of wildlife present including deer, turkey and an occasional black bear and ruffed grouse.

The meadow has been managed for hay but was not cut last year so it is in need of mowing. A good stand of fescue is in place so it will take little effort to implement a profitable pasture system. With the rich bottomland soils present row crops or a vegetable garden would also be a great option for the open meadow area.

If you are looking for the ideal mountain get away then don’t hesitate - properties like this don’t come around every day. With the possibility of a division and future income potential the price of $141,000 makes this a sound investment for any land savvy investor or someone just looking for a special mountain get-away.

Shown by appointment only. Contact Listing Agent, Daron Brown at 336-927-3967, or email Daron Brown to schedule an appointment. Or contact our office at 336-973-8640 and either Paul or Daron will be happy to take you on a guided tour of this Wilkes County property.

Property is being sold as a whole unless otherwise noted. Location, acreage, elevations, boundary lines, and road frontage
information is approximate, and all information is subject to verification by purchaser prior to purchase.

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Paul Breden Broker/Owner

"Land's Best Friend"

Mobile: 828-263-2340

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Daron Brown, Associate Broker

Registered Forester

Mobile: 336-927-3967

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At Mountain Land Company we offer North Carolina mountain land for sale, large land tracts for sale, NC mountain real estate, land for sale in Boone, NC, land for sale in Watauga County, land for sale in Wilkesboro, NC, land for sale in Wilkes County, land for sale in Taylorsville, NC, land for sale in Alexander County, land for sale in Sparta, NC, land for sale in Alleghany County, land for sale in Jefferson, NC, Land for sale in West Jefferson, NC land for sale in Ashe County, land for sale in Banner Elk, NC, land for sale in Newland, NC, land for sale in Avery County, land for sale in Morganton, NC, land for sale in Burke County, land for sale in Lenoir, NC, land for sale in Caldwell County, land for sale in Rutherfordton, NC, and land for sale in Rutherford County. We sell cheap land in North Carolina, hunting land in NC, ATV land in North Carolina, development properties on North Carolina and mountain retreats in North Carolina. Mountain Land Company specializes in offering large tracts of land for sale in the North Carolina Mountains. We offer NC Mountain Brokerage, North Carolina land near the Blue Ridge Parkway, land with trout stream frontage and bug-out properties in North Carolina. Find mountain land here.

Want to buy mountain land in North Carolina? Wish there was a broker who specialized in NC mountain land – and ONLY mountain land?  Choose a broker who not only sells mountain land, but also understands and appreciates it by owning and living on his own mountain land – 386 acres of it – known locally as “GHOST VALLEY”.


Helping buyers purchase large parcels of NC mountain land for over 49 years, broker Paul Breden is truly “Land’s Best Friend”! Paul’s “no pressure” approach will leave you feeling comfortable throughout the process of locating the right parcel. Better yet, Paul will oversee your purchase right through a successful closing of the transaction.  Paul takes time to explain every detail – even before you meet him.  His FREE 28-page land buyers handbook – “CAROLINA DREAMING!” is an excellent tool for anyone unfamiliar with buying mountain land.  A FREE copy is available to you upon request.


If you are planning to make a mountain land purchase, choose the one broker who has helped the most buyers achieve their dream of owning mountain land – broker Paul Breden.  


Mountain land is purchased for many reasons.  Just a few of those reasons might include a family retreat, a hunting property, long-term secure investment, or simply the fulfillment of your family’s recreational interests.  Whatever your interests, call Paul!  He will provide attentive ears, and a double armload of experience and understanding to help you achieve the right purchase.


Paul can be reached direct anytime at 828-263-2340 or Email Paul


North Carolina Mountain Land – How many types of land are there?


• Raw undeveloped land

• Gently rolling open meadows

• Heavily wooded timberland

• Old family farms – some with old outbuildings

• High elevation land – from 3,000’ to 4,000’ feet

• Mountain land with streams and springs

• Even cheap useless land


If you can describe it - we probably have it!


North Carolina Mountain Land – Characteristics


• Ridgetops with long-range views vs.  protected valleys

• Paved state-maintained roads vs. gravel private roads

• Open land vs. heavily timbered

• Easy access to shopping vs. remote & secluded 

• High-elevations vs. low land parcels

• Cold, snowy climate vs. temperate day-to-day weather

• Stream & creeks vs. dry properties

• Well-maintained showplace vs. undeveloped, untended & less expensive.

• Acreage – Under 50 acres vs. over 100 acres

• Price – Less than $500,000 vs. sky’s the limit



North Carolina Mountain Land – Locations


Wilkes County (Wilkesboro/North Wilkesboro)

Ashe County (Jefferson & West Jefferson)

Watauga County (Boone/Blowing Rock)

Caldwell County (Lenoir)

Alleghany County (Sparta)

Avery County (Newland/Banner Elk/Sugar & Beech Mountains)

Alexander County (Taylorsville)

Burke County (Morganton)

Cleveland County (Shelby)

Rutherford County (Rutherfordton)


North Carolina Mountain Land – How we show land


Regardless of how much you enjoy the outdoors, you may not be into strenuous hiking.  That’s why we show most properties from the comfort and convenience of our Polaris Ranger.  The Ranger rides like a golf cart – on steroids – and goes anywhere. It has a comfortable bench seat, and we can handle as many as two adults up front, plus three full-grown teens in the back.  On most properties very little hiking is required.   Why, you ask?


The North Carolina mountains are well-known for growing some of the best hardwood trees in the U.S. That is why the furniture industry got its start here in the North Carolina mountains.  With annual rainfall of 50”, the climate is perfect for growing Red Oak, White Oak,  Maple, Poplar, Eastern White Pine, and many other popular species.  


As a result of generations of timber harvesting, many logging roads are left behind.  These are the trails created by loggers to remove the timber during its last cutting.  The logging trails leave behind fantastic hiking and ATV trails, so our Ranger can access almost all properties on the Ranger.  If you prefer hiking, we can do that also, however the Ranger provides a more enjoyable, less strenuous method of seeing our properties.


If you are seriously committed to buying NC mountain land, take the easy route by choosing a broker who not only has 49 years selling North Carolina mountain land.  But wait!  There’s more. Choose a land broker who believes in land, as evidenced by his personal ownership of Ghost Valley, his own 386 acre homeplace. 


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