Are you looking for an accessible but off-the-beaten-path property for recreation or as a weekend get-away? This tract offers the convenience of being close to SH 19 but is remote enough to provide quiet evenings and a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle in the city. This slightly irregular-shaped property has long frontage along what is reported to be a minimum maintenance county road. Hence, multiple gates can access the eastern and northern sides of the property. There are miles of trails on this tract that wind through the young mixed pine and hardwood timber that is currently in a state that offers maximum wildlife potential in terms of cover and natural browse.
Elevation on the property ranges from an approximate low of 290’ ASL to an approximate high of 340’ ASL. Box creek runs through the southwestern side of the property, and it is noted that there is some flood zone area associated with this particular drainage. The timber on the property is primarily young mixed Pine, hardwoods, and other native species with scattered large, mature hardwoods. Pine timber pockets, particularly in the eastern portions of the property, will likely offer some timber-related income potential. Still, the actual desirability is the make-up of the property for its recreational potential. Multiple food plots have been developed throughout the tract that has been used in coordination with spin-cast feeders to pull and hold wildlife over the years. It is noted that the stands and feeders on the property are owned by the deer hunters and will not convey with the sale of the property.
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Great recreational getaway
Rolling topography with frontage along a creek
Diverse mixed timber
Good trail network for easy access
Ag exempt for tax purposes
All boundary lines on map exhibits are approximate and should be verified by buyer