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$8,900

Rambling Creek Road

4.27 acres
0 Rambling Creek Road Tryon NC 28782
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Foreclosure! Polk Co., NC ~ 4.27 Acres for $8900! Cheap and beautiful tract located in a nice area on Rambling Creek Road. Property lies in the flood zone. Bank says “make offer”! Call or email Mike N...
Mike Newsome, U S Land and Farms LLC
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$1,400,000

Walnut Ridge Farm - Tryon Intern'l Equestrian Cntr

53.42 acres
390 Coopers Trace Mill Spring NC 28756
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Located just minutes from Tryon International Equestrian Center, Walnut Ridge Farm features 53 acres of total privacy, pastures w/ established grass, rolling terrain, woodlands, mountain views. The cu...
Sheelah Clarkson, Sheelah Clarkson Agency
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$700,000
4058 Coxe Road Tryon NC 28782
25 acres
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Meg Atkinson
Bedford Hill offers 25 acres of beautiful pasture land that adjoins a state of the art equestrian facility. Located 2.5 miles from Tryon International Equestrian Center, Bedford Hill provides the ult...
$175,000
150 Gettys Foster Lane Tryon NC 28782
5.04 acres
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Laura May
Mini Horse Farm - Charming Farmhouse on 5 acres in Green Creek. This 3BD/2BA features Large Family room with fireplace, sunroom, dining room and wood floors thru-out. Barn has 4 stalls, 2 large pastu...
$599,900
93 Oak Grove Drive Columbus NC 28722
5.01 acres
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Ronald Piccari , RE/MAX Advantage Realty / Tryon-Polk
Mountain Views from this Cute mini farm offer spectacular sun sets from the sitting porch of this home. The property offers direct access to FETA equestrian trails. The newly built 2 story modern 3 ...
$316,500
1142 Old Howard Gap Road Saluda NC 28773
16.97 acres
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Amy Wood , Beverly Hanks Saluda
Pastoral acreage with bold creek bordering the parameter, 2 manufactured homes, one ready to move in and other needs your TLC. Barn on property, bring the horses. Oly 15 mins to Tryon International Eq...
$175,000
0 Spring Lane Columbus NC 28722
6.59 acres
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Lauren Pierce , iSave Realty LLC
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Polk County, NC Land Info

North Carolina is the country's 32nd largest agricultural state. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $5.82 billion to the Tar Heel State's economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it 12th among all U.S. states for the size of its farm economy). Approximately 66 percent of North Carolina's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 34 percent comes from crops. North Carolina's tobacco harvest still reigns supreme (capturing half of all tobacco grown in the United States), although broiler chickens and hogs rank ahead in terms of share of state agricultural receipts. North Carolina also supports half of the nation's sweet-potato crop. Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 50,218 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 8.4 million acres (or the equivalent of 24 percent of the total state land area).

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