800 Salem Woods Dr Suite 101 Raleigh, NC 27615

Real Estate for Sale

Doris Massey South Tract – 150+/- Ac Alamance County, NC – SOLD

Residential, Estate, Investment, Recreational

Create a legacy for your family! Build your new home in the 3 acre “Oak Grove” containing 100+/- year old trees surrounding the old home place at 2389 Hughes Mill. Potential for recreational use, forest management or investment. The old home was originally built about 1930 and is showing its age. The old barn is serviceable and shows the craftsmanship put into it many years ago. Home and buildings sold “As Is” with no warranties or representations. Fantastic recreational property with trails and wildlife food plots. Mature timber stands ready for harvest and younger planted pines that are ready to thin. Nice 1.5-acre pond and mature old growth pine and hardwood timber over much of the property. Abundant wildlife. Fast access to I-40/85 and only an hour from Raleigh and 45 minutes from Greensboro.

Property Information:
Assessed as Doris Massey, deceased.
Owners – Garry H Massey and Lydia M Jernigan
Address: 2389 Hughes Mill Rd & Hwy 62
City: Burlington, NC 27217
Parcel ID: Alamance # 169534
Deed: Alamance: Bk 2317, Pg 92,
Tax Value: $470,000 (estimated)

Survey: Offer on this property should be based on a per acre price to be determined by survey at buyer’s expense. Sale price to be determined by net acres, less public road easements.

Showing Info: All showings must be by appointment. Property is leased for hunting. Wear orange and go during the middle of the day. Approximate location of boundary corners on roads have been flagged with Pink flagging. Southern boundary on Hwy 62 is flagged orange adjacent to cleared lot on adjoining land. Gates are not locked, please close them when you leave.

Carolina Sunrock  has proposed an asphalt and concrete plant in Caswell County, north of this tract and on the other side of Hwy 62 in 2020, but the permit was denied. Buyer/broker should verify status if that is a concern to them.




150+/- Acres