Check out this smaller recreational tract that features state road frontage, a diverse mix of habitat, income-producing tillable acreage, and the potential for a beautiful knob view build site! Although this property is located at the edge of a small town, it feels remote and secluded once into the timber. Just inside the eastern boundary runs an ephemeral creek with several year-round pools and impressive wildlife crossings. On the other side of the creek, the woods transition into a diverse mix of native forbs and browse littered with deer beds. Follow one of the many deer trails out of the creek bottom, and you’ll come to a 5.5-acre tillable field that would make for an outstanding destination food plot or could be left in production to help offset the cost of ownership. Adjacent to the tillable acreage lies approximately 9 acres of reclaimed ground that is offering ideal nesting habitat for quail and turkey along with a diverse smorgasbord of native forbs and wild berries the deer are hitting hard right now; not to mention great habitat for bees and butterflies. With some careful planning, this property could certainly be turned into a great hunting tract. It would also make for a gorgeous building site, offering a secluded setting with expansive views while being conveniently located. Don’t judge a book by its cover. This tract may look small and close to town, but once you’ve spent some time on it with us, we’re sure you’ll see its potential!