Endless opportunities are available with this property. It was once mined for gravel, but now has open areas for building or planting food plots. The ponds that are in place from the result of gravel being taken off the land are good for the wildlife but could also be used for swimming holes or even have fish stocked in them. There is plenty of new growth coming up for natural forage for the deer and plenty of mature timber on the property as well. The property features gated access off the county highway 23 and has electric roadside. The property borders 340 acres of state land to the east which makes for additional room to roam and land to hunt. As I was touring the property, it was loaded with deer sign, trails dissecting every direction through the tract and numerous beds to be seen
Listing courtesy of Whitetail Properties Real Estate.