What a great chance to own a beautiful, secluded mountain property tucked away in a valley at a fantastic price! This tract lies in some of the most beautiful mountainous terrain found anywhere yet is only a few short minutes to a nearby town or the Robinson Forest to the east. The remote hardwood forest on this property is home to all kinds of wildlife including big whitetails, eastern toms and the occasional black bear, bobcat, and fox not to mention it is in the heart of elk country USA. The southern boundary of this tract crests out at the main ridge top at an elevation of 1400’ above sea level, while the northern boundary follows a mountain stream down the valley to the northwest at elevation 880’. The total elevation change on the property is 520 feet from top to bottom. Natural points along the east and west boundaries descend into the valley toward the north with the property taking in the entire watershed. This tract is made up of a natural mix of medium-sized poplar in the valleys, while the hillsides and ridge tops are predominantly beech, hickory, and various species of oak. A strong future timber value on this property could potentially be used to recover some of the initial purchases at some point. Old logging roads throughout make for good hiking trails and horseback riding or could be opened further to handle UTV/ATVs. The nice-sized mountain pond is a great addition to an already attractive piece of land. A couple of spots along the northern portion would be suitable for cabin sites. This property would be perfect for a weekend get-away to hunt, hike, camp, or explore. Access to the property is via the county gravel road. If this type of adventure sounds like what you’ve been looking for, give me a call and let’s see if this property is the right fit for you.
30 +/- minutes to Jackson…30 +/- minutes to Hazard…2 +/- hrs to Lexington
Blue line stream flowing along the north boundary
1/4 +/- acre pond on the property
Gravel county road access along the north boundary