1 acre Rural Lot with Creekside Cabin For Sale in Jones County NC!
442 Pine Street
Trenton, NC 28586
For immediate assistance with this listing call Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720.
Have you been looking for an affordable hideaway that won't break the bank? A fun little spot to bring the kids, do some fishing, plinking and exploring the outdoors. This is the spot for you! 1 acre Creekside Cabin with deeded access off the paved road. Call Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720 to schedule a showing today!
1 Acre Rural Lot with Creekside Cabin in Jones County NC! Located off Pine Street Road, in Rural Jones County, NC, this 1 acre Creekside Cabin is truly a unique offering. A gated entrance, provides a 1500' deeded access along the north side Chinquapin Creek, to a secluded 1 acre home site with a completely off grid cabin. What a fun spot!
Built in 1995, from local Cypress milled at Neil West Sawmill in Lenior County, this small two room cabin was constructed on site. There is a large wood stove, wide enough to accommodate 24" logs and guaranteed to heat that cabin to a toasty temp even on the coldest of winter days. The cabin is rustic, has two small bunks and a loft space for sleeping. The creekside porch and outdoor fire ring is perfect for roasting hot dogs, making s-more's and telling stories by campfire. The cabin is loaded with all kinds of trophies from elk to black bear, all of which conveys with the purchase.
There is a 100' well installed that has a hand pump located right beside the kitchen sink. That pump can fill a 30 gallon water storage tank, located under the kitchen cabinet. When still operational, the owners used an RV pump and an RV water heater to pressurize and heat the water in order to provide hot water for the shower, and for the toilet. The RV pump system and RV gas operated (on demand) water heater are no longer functional and would need to be replaced. There is a propane gas wall unit should you just wish for a quick warm up to knock the chill off, otherwise the windows can be opened and provide a nice breeze through the cabin during warmer temps. The owners used a small generator to power the cabin, and would also bring small propane tank for the RV water heater and wall mount propane heater.
The owner shared stories of his children and grandchildren insisting they spend every weekend there after labor day, and shared memories of them catching fish, shooting bows and arrows, sitting by the campfire every night and enjoying time together that could never be replaced. If you have been looking for a weekend hideaway or a bug out cabin to escape the hustle and bustle of the world this place is right for you.
A little history about the area... The town of Trenton is nestled between the banks of the Trent River and Brock millpond and retains a lifestyle of country calmness. It was settled about 1713-14 chiefly by German Palatines, French Huguenots, and Swiss pioneers who migrated up the river. It became the county seat of Jones County in 1779. Its early history until the 1920s was that of a riverport town which shipped farm commodities, lumber, and naval stores (tar, pitch, and resin) by steamboats as they plied their way up and down the Trent River to New Bern. During colonial America and until the 1850s, a direct stagecoach line went through Trenton to Wilmington from New Bern and one from Trenton to Kinston northward.
Showings are made by appointment only, please be respectful and contact the listing agent prior to entering the property. The gated access and the cabin are locked, with courtesy we formally request that a real estate professional be present and accompany any interested buyers during all showings.
For more information on this and other land for sale in Jones County, contact Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720 or by email at email@example.com, or visit landandfarmsrealty.com.