Extraordinarily unique end of the road tract of nature at its best. Encompasses a diverse terrain with a dramatic mixture of topographical features: 360 degree panoramic views, outstanding scenery and wondrous beauty. A hidden gem in the foothills just outside of the Daniel Boone National Forest.
This peaceful and private 235 acres offers year round live water (6 spring fed ponds, 1 is deep), abundant wildlife (deer, turkey, bobcat, beaver, coyote, occasional bear), 90 acres of mostly cleared flat land (cattle/crops), 105 acres of mixed topography (hunting/camping), 40 acres of high meadows, caves, rock formations, trails (hiking/horseback riding), ZERO easements, and surrounded only by large tracts of wooded buffers.
PERKS & POSSIBILITIES
Protected watershed, cattle, crops, fish farming, hunting, end of road privacy, hydropower, old gas wells, paved road access, hardwood timber, pine stands, multiple ponds, no easements, low taxes, public water at property border, conventional perc approved, electric is on the property, 4-5 miles of interior roads, abundant home site settings (many near gas wells), Phone and broadband at entrance to property, adjoining property with home is also available for purchase.
Only serious inquiries with proof of funds can view the property by agreed date and time via a side by side tour. Plan on hiking to see caves and rock formations.
If any mineral rights are owned by seller, they will be reserved.
Commanding Views, End of the Road, Fenced or Gated
Fields, Marketable Timber
Stream or Pond, Well or Spring
Year Round Road