This unrestricted parcel sits in a quiet community off a private gravel road. Laurel Branch Road bisects the property, with one side having nearly ¾ of an acre of flat ground sitting right on the creek. The other side has an old logging road leading to a two-tiered overgrown house seat. A Tri-State Electric underground power transformer on the property could potentially be used for your new home. You also have the option of bringing your camper to stay in whether you plan on building or not. The brush-filled area on the creek can be reclaimed relatively easily, and the remaining land is a mix of pine and hardwoods. There is an additional small stream flowing down a draw on the southwestern side of the property. If you’re looking to relocate or have a vacation spot in the mountains, give me a call.
Two-tiered house seat (overgrown)
Flat area adjacent to creek
Additional small branch
Logging road to house seat
Deer, bear, turkey
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