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Old 06-26-2006, 08:13 PM
 
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Hello all!!

We as many of you are or already have planned the big move to North Carolina. We are coing from Arizona. We are born and raised east coasters!!! And never should have left!!
We enjoy the history and southern charm of North Carolina. Along with the GREEN, we have missed so much!!! (AZ - desert) So far Forsyth County is what we have set our eyes on. We are looking to buy land, 3 - 4 acres, rural area is okay with us. We have dogs, and they love to run and play. We have looked in the newspapers for farm homes, land, and haven't seen very much, is that normal? Is there anyother website to explore? We were also exploring the thought of modular / manufactured homes? Anyone with experience or forsight, please reply. Thank - you so much for all your help!!

~ brandy&josh
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Old 06-26-2006, 08:48 PM
 
Location: North Carolina
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So far Forsyth County is what we have set our eyes on. We are looking to buy land, 3 - 4 acres, rural area is okay with us. We have dogs, and they love to run and play.
Check this thread for my comments about Davie county (next door to Forsyth)
Stokesdale, Summerfield area

and this one for comments on manufactured homes
manufactured homes

For rural real estate, google for an agency called United Country. They deal with country land. Also google using keyword FarmsLandAndCountryHomes+north carolina (just like you see it spelled) those are the best links I've found for country land
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Old 06-27-2006, 07:58 AM
 
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Forsyth County has only a few rural areas left...otherwise it's been inundated with suburban sprawl.
The most rural area there would be the northeast corner around Belews Creek & Walkertown...or the southeastern corner around Union Cross.
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