Statesville, NC Iredell Country Land 7. acre for sale in Statesville, NC

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7.8 acres total for sale! City says Single Family Homes or Doublewides OK! Parcel is located at the end of Viola Lane in Statesville, NC. This Land begins on your left side immediately after the house at 125 Viola where the gravel road dead ends.

Directions: Take Wallace Springs Rd to where it meets Washington Ridge Rd across from the 'American Legion Hall' and turn onto Washington Ridge. Follow this road to the bottom of hill and keep going until the hill climbs back up. Turn left on Viola Lane. This parcel is located immediately after the house at 125 Viola Ln where road ends to the left hand side.

To get to the other side of this parcel, you can also circle back around. On your way out, follow Washington Ridge out and turn onto Bloomingdale Rd. Go down to where Bloomingdale Rd intersects Lincoln Village Rd and you will see several red brick houses. 4 acres of this parcel backs up to 117 Lincoln Village Rd. (That means the other side of this property begins where the gravel road ends going between the houses and where the trees begin.) 3 acres of this property is already split up into 8 parcels, and the remaining 4 acres largely untouched to encompass this entire tract. A small buildable portion of the remaining part of this property sits directly on Wallace Springs Rd. (Please refer to county plat pics I have posted for clarification.)

Larger parcel can be further divided if you are looking to develop or just keep it 'as-is' for a large homesite. County says both single family homes and doublewide mobile homes are all OK. Road or driveway would need to be extended. City services ARE AVAILABLE but buyer would be responsible for developing the road to reach their homesite (or sites) to get services down to the property. (Viola Ln would likely be the most accessible avenue.)

Asking only $39,000 for the whole 7.8 acres! (Only $5,000 per acre.)

  • Price: $39,000

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