0.74 ACRES - $40,000
Lake living at its finest! Summer Wynds Subdivision is screaming your name! This beautiful gated, waterfront subdivision is on the heart of the Kerr Lake Reservoir! Located just a stone’s throw from the Virginia/North Carolina line the property is just minutes from Kimball Point Park, Palmer Point and the John Kerr Dam and is centrally located to many large cities throughout both states. Property includes 36 vacant lots with approved subdivision plan, existing subdivision infrastructure including association-maintained roads, street lighting, electronic entrance gate, and utilities. They are primed and ready for you to build your new home!
Both inland and waterfront lots available. Approximately one mile of golf cart paths along the exterior and interior of the property provides ease of access to conveniently bring your fishing poles and coolers to the waterfront. Existing private pier permits for water front lots and community boat slips available for all residents to enjoy! Large lots range from a half acre to 1.7 acres. The market is hot and ready! Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to choose your lot and build your dream home!
Kerr Lake and Roanoke River are home to a variety of wildlife! The lake is a hot anglers spot for recreational and tournament fishing and includes largemouth and striped bass, perch, carp, catfish and herring to name a few. With 26 wildlife management areas spread out along the shores of Kerr Lake, the wildlife habitat in in abundance! You may see a barred owl, an osprey, bald eagles, a blue heron or two, or some wild turkeys! Also, you can keep a look out for a number of endangered species in the area such as the red-cockaded woodpecker, a variety of mussels, the shortnose and Atlantic sturgeon, and the northern long-eared bat. Summer Wynds living is perfect for bird watching, hiking and just enjoying the outdoors
The 50,000 acres of Kerr Lake Reservoir (or Buggs Island Lake if you are a local Virginian) was developed as a result of the construction of the Kerr Dam which was completed in October 1952 by the Army Corp of Engineers. The Dam construction was authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1944 to prevent flooding from the Roanoke River in Roanoke Rapids, NC after a 1940 flood caused damages resulting in costs upward of $5 million. John H Kerr Dam is the 4th largest dam in the United States. Creating the dam resulted in a win-win situation for the surrounding towns in Virginia and North Carolina alike. Not only does the dam provide electricity for the area but it created Kerr Lake which allowed for recreational activities which has made Kerr Lake a popular area for boating, fishing and water activities.