6.65 acres adjoining a portion of the 100+/- acre Jackson Creek Watershed. This tract is ideal for recreational enjoyment, a permanent residence, or both. The watershed coupled with the surrounding vegetation and natural resources creates a natural habitat for an abundance of wildlife. Primarily a mixture of naturally regenerated pines and hardwoods with variable topography offering elevated areas and a gradual decline to the shores of the reservoir. This tract is secluded with unique characteristics that are appealing for recreational activity and year-round enjoyment in a rural location.
Located on a portion of the Jackson Creek Watershed, water levels fluctuate due to rainfall.
Deeded easement provides access on an unpaved dirt road.
There are no electrical utilities to the property, the utility provider (Fairfield Electric Co-Operative) estimates the installation of underground power to be about $8,000 - $10,000. (This cost is only an estimate and is subject to change.)
Directions: From Hwy 34, take Meadow Lou Lane, stay on Meadow Lou, when the dirt road intersects the transmission right-of-way, the property will be downhill on the left.
Call Russ Brown for more information.