A do-all 40 acres offers water, timber, a recreational basecamp, building potential, and an array of options for 16 vast, blank acres.
Tucked behind a screen of hardwoods from State Hwy 21 awaits a finished 12’x 12’ one room cabin with a 6’x 6’ entryway addition powered by a Generac propane generator and kept comfy by a propane wall heater. The adjacent 6’x 6’ storage shed houses the generator while providing additional room for supplies. The cozy camp offers a bunk and space for a futon with room to spare for a TV, cabinets, and hunting clothes. The 15’x10’ garage provides room for storing gear, toys, or gathering to take care of a successful harvest.
Approximately 24 wooded acres are enrolled in the MFL CLOSED program for reduced taxes while retaining privacy. Trails meander throughout a very pleasant patch of timber containing a plethora of white oak, black oak, and pine. Subtle ridges and lower pockets create natural travel routes for the local wildlife. Pending the annual precipitation, some pockets seasonally hold water. In particular, a lower pothole on the eastern side of the property holds water the majority of the year.
The remaining 16 acres offers a plethora of options limited only by your imagination. Consider a design intertwining screens, cover, trails, and food that would entertain the most restless mind for years to come. These landscape improvements could be motivated by wildlife viewing, hunting, horse riding, or OHV entertainment.
Please contact listing agent Pat Guyse for your showing. Buyers are not permitted on property without agent present.