750 Thee Hester Road Roxboro, NC 27574

$700,000

ACTIVE

Acres
126
Type
Lots and Land
Status
ACTIVE
MLS#
2261596

Beautiful turn – key farm! 78 acres of pasture and agriculture with a convenient half acre pond. 36 acres of mature rolling timber. 2 remodeled homes both containing basement garages. Multiple out buildings and barns. This income producing property is loaded with opportunity and of course wildlife is abundant. Prime real on both sides of Thee Hester Road with 2,280 feet of road frontage.

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General

Type

  • Lots and Land

Water Type

  • Well On Site

Subdivision

  • Not in a Subdivision

Acreage

  • 126

Use

  • Crop
  • Timber

Topography

  • Level
  • Other
  • Rolling
  • Undeveloped Area

Listing Brokerage Name

  • Mossy Oak Properties NC Land and Farms

Schools

Elementary School

  • Person - South

Middle School

  • Person - Southern

High School

  • Person - Person

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Roxboro is a rural town north of Durham perfectly positioned to take advantage of the area’s outdoor beauty. Roxboro has the tight-knit feel of a small community with a reasonable proximity to larger cities.

 

Real Estate

Roxboro real estate includes a mix of rural properties enjoying countryside views and friendly neighborhoods with houses nestled along tree-lined streets. The median home price in Roxboro is well below both state and national averages, making this an affordable place to call home. Most homes in Roxboro are traditional, Colonial or Victorian.

 

Lifestyle and Attractions

Roxboro has a charming downtown area centering on a courthouse, as Roxboro is the county seat of Person County. With a population of approximately 8,500, Roxboro is a small community known for its exceptional opportunities for outdoor recreation. With Mount Tirzah, Hager’s Mountain and two large lakes in the vicinity, there are plenty of places to explore. Mayo Lake Park is a 120-acre park with a disc golf course and campsites bordering Mayo Lake. Hyco Lake is a 3,750-acre lake that once served as a cooling reservoir, and today provides refreshing waters for a variety of water activities.

 

Roxboro is located approximately 30 miles north of Durham, where residents may travel for dining, shopping, entertainment and employment, especially at Research Triangle Park. Roxboro is home to many energy and automotive companies, such as Piedmont Electric, Capital Power Corporation and Eaton Corporation. Person Memorial Hospital, located in the heart of Roxboro, also provides several job opportunities.

 

The community of Roxboro comes together with a number of annual events and festivals, including the Personality Festival, the Willow Oaks Bluegrass Festival and Jingle on Main. Cultural, artistic and historical venues in Roxboro include the Person County Museum and the Kirby Cultural Arts Complex, home to the Roxboro Little Theatre and the Kirby Gallery.

 

Nearby Schools and Higher Education

Roxboro is part of the Person County Schools system which has 13 schools, seven of which are located in town. Those include North Elementary, North End Elementary, South Elementary, Stories Creek Elementary, Northern Middle, Southern Middle and Person High. The county has four private schools, all of which are in Roxboro, including Person Christian School, Roxboro Christian Academy, Sneed Academy and Zion Christian Academy. Piedmont Community College is located in Roxboro, and residents may access a number of colleges and universities located in nearby cities within the Triangle region.

 

History

The Occaneechi and Sappony tribes were the first inhabitants of the region now known as Roxboro. German and English settlers were some of the first Europeans to arrive in the 1770s. In 1791, neighboring Caswell County was divided into two equal squares, one of which eventually became Person County.

 

The county was named after Revolutionary War General Thomas Person, a generous donor and trustee at the University of North Carolina. Another Revolutionary War general named Stephen Moore had a love for the county, proclaiming it a “Lost Eden”, vowing to return one day and make it his home. He kept his promise, as he built his home on what is now called Mount Tirzah in 1793. His home still exists to this day and belongs to his descendants. The area was known as Moccasin Gap, until it was incorporated as Roxboro in 1855. The J.A. Long family played an important role in the town’s development, investing in the city’s railroad and banking industries in the late 1800s.

 

Approximate Distance to:

 

Durham: 30.5 Miles

 

Raleigh-Durham International Airport: 42.5 Miles

 

Hospitals:

  • Person Memorial Hospital: 1 Mile

  • Duke University Hospital: 31 Miles

 

Major Highways:

  • US-501: Less Than 1 Mile

  • US-158: Less Than 1 Mile


 

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