Daisey Tract - Little Hill North Parcel
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Daisey Tract - Little Hill North Parcel

Little Hill Road, Millsboro , Delaware 19966 - Sussex County
$227,000 61 Acres
Property ID 3868218

Description

The Little Hill North Parcel is composed of 61 acres of loblolly pine timberland in Sussex

County, Delaware surrounded by an appealing composition of well-tended farms and expanding

residential development. Soils testing has confirmed suitability for an on-site wastewater treatment

and disposal system. The property offers frontage on the north side of Little Hill Road and is

located just north of the Maryland border within 20-30 minutes of Salisbury, Berlin, Laurel and

Millsboro. Proximate recreational amenities include Trapp Pond State Park, Raccoon Pond,

Pocomoke State Scenic River and Great Cypress Swamp. The Delaware Seashore is approximately

30 minutes east. An additional 59 acres is available to the immediate south of Little Hill Road.

Directions

From Whitesville Road (Route 30), turn north on Whaleys Road. Follow Whaleys Road north and stay straight at the first intersection with
Kings Crossing Road. Follow Kings Crossing north to the intersection with Little Hill. Turn west on Little Hill and travel west approximately
0.3 miles until you arrive at the property boundary on the north side of Little Hill Road. Alternatively, proceed south off Route 24 onto Lowes
Crossing Road. Turn right on Kings Crossing then right onto Little Hill.

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