Primarily, this tract is best suited for horse boarding, a bed and breakfast, or a multiple of smaller establishments, with enough land to construct gardens for food and beauty, or a Creativity Campus (high tech companies, like Beaufort County's Symbiotic Networks) or a Commerce Center as highest and best use due to the road's high traffic, the prospective land's inherent visibility, and its convenient accessibility.
For Sale: Part of Tract F: One larger tract of combined lots, with adjoining lots of aforementioned tract along the southside Right of Way of Old Blounts Creek Road, near the southern center of the project, which be referred to as the 5 Lot Bundle.
Deatherage and Associates will begin the offering of 6 tracts of good ground
; easily accessible, well drained land, all with water access on the Pamlico River /Chocowinity Bay, with many other commonly owned spaces projected as a pleasing part within the bargain. The property is located on, or very near Old Blounts Creek Road (the "River Road"
of the southside of the Pamlico) in the Chocowinity Township just about 3 miles east from the US Highway 17 Bypass southern offramp.
Regarding this specific parcel within my elaborate proseptive plan here in northeastern North Carolina, I am offering these lots as a group of 5 lots (shown in map
), as a large highly functional parcel supporting dwellings employing an aggregate potential of 15 total bedrooms (for all lots) here in this parcel within Tract F; now offered with the tremendous potential to support habital space for an array of projects; an experiment in community where the dreams of the many may have individual success, bolstering
the community at large.
In begging any forgiveness for redundant commentary on those special unique features, such as: Connecting proposed miles of trails, many scenic in nature, deeded water access on, or to the Chocowinity Bay /Pamlico River in at least on location, and other acres of proposed community property yet to be developed; including non exclusive easements for off-site septic systems; all unique features.
As broker-in-charge of Deatherage and Associates representing the entire project, and owner /developer of these mostly small commercial tracts in question, it has recently come to my attention that there is now a need for highly accessible tracts of land, with all utilities of convenience, with plenty of room to grow, which would easily work for the development of smaller scale projects, where the on-site construction of structures and other supporting utilities would be, by far and away, the greatest cost of any worthy project. Building on bad ground, poorly drained soils could cost far more than the incredible cost of failing septic systems.
A picture into the proposal of part Tract F: One larger tract of combined lots, with adjoining lots of the aforementioned tract, along the southside Right of Way of Old Blounts Creek Road, near the southern center of the project. (look for the focused space): Above. map by Stan Deatherage Click map to expand. Click here to access the map of the entire proposed Calf Creek Preserve. All maps by Stan Deatherage show notes that are inconsequential as a sales tool, and serve to relate intentions or facts to other professionals.
Understanding well this construction conundrum, while having about 421 acres of varying soils, with about 95% of aforementioned conceived project exceptionally fluid in abstract proposition; over 3 miles of hard surfaced road frontage, part of which where I have created the concept of these "6 tracts of good ground"
to best meet these construction considerations. Just as important, as providing the proper planning for a large local community of this projected unique quality; unlike any neighborhood in Beaufort County, is where the soils are located, and how best to access them, then integrate them into a cohesive plan where their most practical, natural use can be achieved and utilized. That is what I have tried to do with these "6 tracts of good ground"
, and if there is a better plan, with undeveloped and available land adjoining these small commercial tracts, then I should negotiate that pragmatic path as well.
Finally, after all this discussion - much of it esoteric by the elusive capture of this concept alone - I offer the raw numbers on my first proposal to the benefit of these aforementioned possible projects:
For Sale: Part of Tract F: One larger tract of combined lots, with adjoining lots of the aforementioned tract, along the southside Right of Way of Old Blounts Creek Road, near the southern center of the project.