Approximately 125 forested mountain acres within about 15 minutes of Asheville. The property is less than 3 miles from Weaverville, NC. Beautiful hardwood forest with multiple springs and a bold stream, this would be a great place to retreat to when the city gets oppressive. An old woods road circles through the property, passing by a knoll that would make a great house site with views over Wooten Cove to the southwest. It is a great hike through the hardwood forest. A wide variety of wildlife can be found on the tract. Let the children explore would the woods and streams.
Access is restricted to a single residence over the privately maintained part of Wooten Cove Road.
An adjacent 99 acres (more or less) are available in a separate listing at the same price per acre that can be accessed from Britten Cove Road. About 37 acres, also part of the parent tract, are also available at $5959/Acre, just across Britten Cove Road.
Directions to Land
From I-26 in the vicinity of Asheville, go north on I-26 and take the Flat Creek exit, just north of Weaverville,
Turn right at the top of the exit ramp and go through the traffic light into Dula Springs Road. In about.7 miles, turn left onto Wooten Cove Road and follow it to the end, about 1.2 miles. The property is through a gate at the end of Wooten Cove Road.