Graham, NC Alamance Country Land 0. acre for sale in Graham, NC

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NO ZONING! This 5 Bedroom, 1932 home is located directly on NC HWY 54 with a straight shot to Chapel Hill, Mebane, and Burlington. All within 5 to 15 minutes driving time.

This Beautiful 1932 home sitting on the corner of NC HWY 54 and E. Main Street in the city limits of Swepsonville, NC is perfect for a positive return on a remodel for a savvy investor. With a Graham, NC address, this corner location would also be perfect for a small business in a very central location. The property sits within a non zoned area, which leaves the door open for various opportunities. The town of Chapel Hill is exactly 15 minutes south east. Mebane is exactly 7 minutes north. The town of Burlington is exactly 8 minutes north west.




The house has 5 bedrooms and a downstairs bathroom. This classic old home boasts beautiful hardwood floors throughout the whole house. With some tender love and care and updating, this home will be a knock out whether your intentions are to reside within it or conduct business out of it. The house sits amongst gorgeous, mature hardwoods that are scattered throughout the yard and will catch the eye of passing traffic year round. This offering includes a garage with an electric door large enough to fit a large vehicle or possibly two small vehicles. Attached to the garage is an extra storage shed as well as green house, perfect for those looking to continue or enhance their green thumb. With the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan area, this property will offer a peaceful step back in time, as a business or a place to call home.

UNC Chapel Hill, as well as the renowned UNC Health Care system, is within 20 minutes of this great offering.



Alamance County is home to many landmarks and historic sites, such as Glencoe Mill Village Historic District, a nineteenth-century cotton mill village; the Southern Railway Passenger Depot; and the Burlington Historic District, which features examples of early North Carolina architecture. The outdoor drama The Sword of Peace, based on the activities of local Quakers during the Revolution, is produced in Snow Camp during the summer. Cultural institutions include the Alamance Battleground Museum, the Gallery Players, the Burlington Artists League, the McDade Wildlife Museum, and Cedarock Historic Farm. July Fourth in Snow Camp is one of the county's largest festivals. In 2004 Alamance County had an estimated population of slightly more than 137,000.


Cat's Cradle is a fantastic, yet quaint, music venue located just minutes away in the trendy town of Carrboro, on the outskirts of Chapel Hill. Music lovers can catch bands ranging from mainstream to underground on any given night. Having hosted bands as diverse as Nirvana, Public Enemy, John Mayer, Joan Baez, and Iggy Pop, the Cat's Cradle has become a must-stop venue for premier music acts over the past several decades. With a capacity of 750 people, the Cat's Cradle allows concert-goers a chance to see established and up-and-coming bands alike in an intimate setting.


This property is shown by appointment only. Please call to schedule a time to meet one of our agents on site.

For more information on this and other Residential Lot with 1932 House For Sale in Alamance County NC, contact Micah Woodall at (252)665-4849, by email at MWOODALL@MOSSYOAKPROPERTIES.COM, or visit our website at WWW.NCLANDANDFARMS.COM.

  • Price: $158,750

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