The following parcels are currently owned by Forsyth County and considered to be "surplus" properties - AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. All inquiries are to be directed to the attention of:

Chelsea Swaim
Forsyth County General Services/Property Management
201 N. Chestnut Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 703-2236

By clicking on the PIN you may obtain parcel data and the property record card. By clicking on ‘Print Form For Bid,’ you can print a form to fill out and mail in to submit. To view a map of the parcel you may search for the PIN on the Tax Parcel Viewer.
NOTE: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to do so.

N Graham AVE

County Surplus Property

Status: County Surplus Property
PIN: 6835-86-2591.00
Block\Lot: 0535 025
Description: N Graham AVE
Suggest Minimum Bid: $4,700.00
Print Form For Bid

129 N Graham AVE

County Surplus Property

Status: County Surplus Property
PIN: 6835-86-2596.00
Block\Lot: 0535 026
Description: 129 N Graham AVE
Suggest Minimum Bid: $5,200.00
Print Form For Bid

Sheraton ST

County Surplus Property

Status: County Surplus Property
PIN: 6837-33-4044.00
Block\Lot: 1687 040
Description: Sheraton ST
Suggest Minimum Bid: $11,400.00
Print Form For Bid

0 Carver School Rd

County Surplus Property

Status: County Surplus Property
PIN: 6847-24-0447.00
Block\Lot: 2223 007
Description: 0 Carver School Rd
Suggest Minimum Bid:
Print Form For Bid

Robinhood RD

County Surplus Property

Status: County Surplus Property
PIN: 6806-44-3939.00
Block\Lot: 3467 064A
Description: Robinhood RD
Suggest Minimum Bid: $19,700.00
Print Form For Bid

210 Kevin Dr

County Surplus Property

Status: County Surplus Property
PIN: 6828-52-8949.00
Block\Lot: 6425 111
Description: 210 Kevin Dr
Suggest Minimum Bid:
Print Form For Bid

0 Kevin Dr

County Surplus Property

Status: County Surplus Property
PIN: 6828-52-7971.00
Block\Lot: 6425 112
Description: 0 Kevin Dr
Suggest Minimum Bid:
Print Form For Bid

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