Might have to Look Harder to find that Chatham County Real Estate
Green rolling hills, babbling streams and mature timber dot the landscape of Chatham County, North Carolina. Out here on the land, it’s easy to get caught up in nature’s beauty of Chatham County Real Estate. The slower pace, the expansive sky and the fresh air take you away, despite being as close as an easy drive out from The Triangle metro area. Are you ready to own a piece of this? You might have to look harder and things are moving fast!
Legacy Farms and Ranches of North Carolina, LLC provides real estate brokerage and marketing services to both buyers and sellers in central North Carolina. We have the expertise and knowledge of Chatham County Real Estate to locate farms, ranches and vacant land in the region for buyers. For property owners ready to sell, market conditions are wonderful. We can also help you showcase your property to its best advantage and pursue a buyer for your listing.
But if you’re a buyer looking for Chatham County Farms for sale, look no further. At Legacy Farms and Ranches of North Carolina, our goal is to help you find just the right property or for your second home. We can even help you find a farm, ranch or vacant land that has its own private lake or stream. You could soon be on your way to owning your own outdoor recreational getaway. We have several Chatham County horse farms and parcels of Chatham County land for sale, with each property listing offering a unique blend of natural beauty and opportunities for fishing, hunting, hiking, four-wheeling and other recreational pursuits.
Is Recreation your thing?
If fishing or hunting is your way to relax, you’re never far from exceptional wildlife and fishing areas, both public and private, when you venture into rural areas of Chatham County. For example, Jordan Lake, the largest of the public lakes in Chatham County, is located in the eastern portion of the county. Like many lakes in the region, it offers up seven species of game fish, including largemouth bass, crappie, striper, hybrids, bream, catfish, and white perch.
Close your eyes and you can almost hear the splashes as you pull one out of the water at the lake or on your private ranch. If you don’t land “the big one” here in Chatham County, you must not be trying. Much of the land surrounding the county’s public lakes can be used for hunting purposes at specific times of the year. Hunters and other wildlife enthusiasts can expect to find deer, quail, foxes, wild turkey, raccoons, squirrel, rabbits and waterfowl in the region.
And sellers, if you have ever considered putting your Chatham County horse farm, ranch or land on the market, contact us today. We can provide you with a free market analysis and estimate of what your property is likely to bring. We have numerous buyers looking for properties in the area and would love to discuss in detail our marketing process and expectations of the market. See other farms in Chatham County here!