North Carolina Land for Sale

Peninsula at Kerr Lake Mini Farms

Four Tracts

Vance County, North Carolina

off the market

Description

These four tracts are located in the The Peninsula at Kerr Lake , a private community on Kerr Lakeopens in new window in Vance County, North Carolina. The tracts have both open and wooded land, frontage along a private paved road and can be used for homesites, horse farms or getaways. Tract 7 is permitted for a dock on Kerr Lake. The dock permit could be traded for a slip in the community dock. Community amenities include a private boat slip on Kerr Lake (Tracts 4,5,6), boat storage and trails through the Corps land next to the lake. The community is protected by covenants that allow for single family, stick-built homes, horses, etc. Waterfront lots are also available from $60,000 to $200,000.

The property is located in northern Vance County, about 13 miles north of Henderson and Interstate 85, and 1 hour and 15 minutes from the Raleigh area.

Parcel Information*

Tract #
Size (ac)
Open(ac)
Wooded(ac)
Price
Status
4
4.5
0
4.5
off the market
5
4.9
3.6
1.3
off the market
6
4.9
3.2
1.7
off the market
7
6.7
.5
6.2
off the market

*Pending final survey

Community/Kerr Lake Amenities
  • Access to Kerr Reservoir - 50,000 acres with 800 miles of shoreline offering boating, fishing, camping, hiking, etc.
  • Dock slip in the private community dock.
  • Dock permit for Tract 7.
  • Gated boat storage.
  • Access to Corps land around Kerr Lake with hiking trails.

Covenants

Stick-built single family homes. Horses allowed. No subdividing. Call agent for details.

Uses

Home site, horse farm, getaway, Kerr Lake access.

Directions

From Henderson, NC: Take Highway 39 north 13.6 miles and turn right on Rock Spring Church Rd (SR 1356). Take a quick right on Waterstone Lane (private) into the entrance to the Peninsula.

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Price

See chart above.

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Disclaimer: Information taken from reliable sources and thought to be correct. Potential buyers should perform their own due diligence and verify all information.