The town of Wilson was established in 1849 and the surrounding Wilson County land was soon named “the world’s largest tobacco market” in 1920. With the expansion of the railroad and the construction of interstates, the economy of Wilson County has since grown to include pharmaceuticals, life sciences, automotive parts, and building supply.
Wilson County is one of the fastest growing areas in North Carolina with an ideal pro-business environment that draws large manufacturing, distribution, and sales industries. Wilson is in a great location for a business to serve clients across the nation and the globe. A well established economic council assists in site-selection, start-up, and continuing operations.
A friendly atmosphere surrounds thriving industries and small businesses alike. Wilson County is a great area to invest in rural property for sale and maintain a horse farm or buy a home and raise a family. Wilson County has a well-established and successful public school system and opportunities for higher education. With an active and involved population, a tight-knit community of Southern hospitality exists among the residents.
With numerous parks and the Buckhorn Reservoir and Lake Wilson nearby, there are plenty of opportunities for boating, kayaking, fishing, and exploring nature/biking trails. With lots of open land and rural property for sale, Wilson County land features great areas for hunting deer and other wildlife.
If you are looking for rural property for sale in North Carolina, choose Wilson County as the place to make a fresh start and an easy transition into a growing, lively community. If you have Wilson County land for sale, contact Legacy Farms and Ranches of North Carolina at 919-844-9492. We produce elite property presentations of North Carolina real estate and display them on a premier, national marketing platform.
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