After serving as the homesteads of the Smith and Dupree families through the 19th and 20th centuries, the beautiful 156-acre farm is being developed into Weatherford, a 116-home community where families will enjoy the slower pace of country aesthetics while still being minutes away from downtown Angier, McGees Crossroads, Fuquay-Varina, Interstate 40, and the future I-540 interchange. Historically used for agricultural purposes, the nostalgic acreage of slow rolling farmland will boast large lots, each connecting to Johnston County water with individual septic systems.
Weatherford is located at the intersection of Hwy 210 and Jackson King Rd near the tri-county line of Johnston, Harnett and Wake counties. The site is 5 miles east of downtown Angier, 20 miles south of the state capitol in Raleigh, and immediately in the path of population growth & suburban sprawl. The site consists of three separate parcels, one immediately south of Hwy 210 and Jackson King Rd intersection, one immediately on the west side of Jackson King Rd north of the intersection, and another immediately east of Jackson King Rd north of the intersection.
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