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Former Three Springs Residential Treatment Center youth camp to be sold at auction

Posted Friday, June 17, 2011

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Pittsboro, NC - A Chatham County campground formerly used as the Three Springs Residential Treatment Center will sell at absolute auction Saturday, July 9, with Woltz & Associates managing the sale.

The 287-acre property -- located between Siler City and Pittsboro -- will be sold in five tracts, with one 57-acre tract including the former retreat's main campus, complete with an administration building, dining hall, commercial kitchen, classrooms, library, athletic fields and bath and shower facilities.

"Because this property was previously used as a treatment center for young people, it has facilities that are ideally suited for use as a church retreat, training facility, or scout retreat," said Jim Woltz, president of Woltz & Associates. "The tracts have been defined so that most of the buildings are located in a single tract, but there are camping facilities on two of the other tracts that would make excellent hunting lodges or rustic campgrounds," he said.

"The tracts range from 41.5 acres to 84.2 acres, so that individuals can bid on just the tracts that best meet their needs for hunting or even for building," said Woltz. One tract has a two-acre pond, and another has an athletic field.

"The simple truth is that there are few properties that offer as much versatility as these five tracts, which could all sell to a single bidder or could go to as many as five different bidders," said Woltz.

The auction will be held at noon Saturday, July 9, at the property, 2480 Hadley Mill Road, Pittsboro. Woltz personnel will be available to guide inspections from noon to 4 p.m. on July 1, July 2 and July 8.

 
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