- Farm , Timber
- Approximate Size (Acres): 299 +/- Acres
A top producing 298.67-acre tobacco farm, this farm is now available to the public for the first time since the 1890’S. This farm has a variety of amenities, to start with 82.54 acres of the top producing agricultural land (soil types include Goldsboro, Norfolk and small areas of Rains), crops produced in the area include corn, cotton, peanuts, soybeans, and tobacco. Woodland areas of this tract consist of the following soil types Bibbs, Pantego, Plummer, and Wagram. Recently some of the woodland areas were replanted with pine trees. Located in the southeast portion of this parcel is 120 acres of swampland located in Flowers Swamp. Flowers Swamp affords a new buyer with an excellent opportunity to transform the swampland into an excellent hunting area for both deer, duck, and turkey with the installation of food plots. Flowers Swamp is well known for duck hunting. With regards to home sites, there are many sites throughout the parcel, both road frontage and secluded sites suitable for a home or a cabin based on soil types.
The parcel is approximately 12 miles south of Lumberton, NC the County Seat of Robeson County and 7 miles east of Fairmont, NC in the Orrum community. Access to the area is via Creek Road a paved two-lane state maintained road that connects with US 74 approximately .9 mile to the northeast. I-95 is also easily accessible 11.4 miles to the northwest via US 74. Both North Carolina and South Carolina beaches are within one to one and a half hours away. I-95, which is a major north-south traffic artery serving the east coast of the United States from Canada to Southern Florida, and U.S. 74 (future I-74), which is a major east-west traffic artery connecting our port city Wilmington with major industrial centers of the Piedmont and Mountains.
Zoning: RA – Rural Agriculture
Access: paved road
Tax ID: #120908008, #120601007 & #120908002
Location: Orrum, NC
Directions: Approximately 12 miles south of Lumberton, , 7 miles east of Fairmont, NC in the Orrum community. Access to the area is via Creek Road a paved two-lane state maintained road that connects with US 74 approximately 0.9 mile to the northeast. I-95 is also easily accessible 11.4 miles to the northwest via US 74.