This is not your average large acreage property … it’s so much more! Over the course of several years, the owners have assembled and developed this acreage into a one-of-a-kind property. For starters, it’s a contiguous tract that stretches over two counties. One county is in the elk restoration zone and elk are definitely increasing interest in property in this region, especially on the edge of the zone. There are two entrances to the property, on almost opposite sides, which allows great access from either direction. The property is mostly timber but includes several open areas for food plots. There is a very good trail system through the tract and which allows access to most areas of the property, while still maintaining a wilderness feel. There are two barns and access to utilities at the road on the east side and twelve shooting houses strategically placed throughout the property. Don’t forget to check out the three ponds, creeks and waterfall while viewing the property as well. Topography is generally rolling to steep, which is typical for the area, with an above average amount of flat, clear ground. Timber is mixed hardwood and softwood and could definitely produce income. The property is also close to literally thousands of acres of Daniel Boone National Forest. You could lay down a lot of boot tracts and not see the same place twice here and no matter what your interest … whether its hunting, four-wheeling, horseback riding or anything else outdoor related … this one has incredible possibilities!