Price $246,000
Status Active
Beds 0
Baths 0 bath
Home size n/a
Lot Size 164.00 ac
Days on Market 137
A chance to own a piece of rural America with this 164 acre wooded parcel of land. Land access will be one of the owners granting a 35' wide right of way that will cross the Rails to Trails old railroad bed to access the property. Property is bordered by US Forest Service at rear and has Salmon Creek (stocked trout stream) running though the corner of the land near the US Forest Service border. Land was timbered several years ago and does have a good growing stock of hardwoods not ready to harvest (cherry, oak, maple). Owner indicated timber could be ready in 10-15 years.
Property Type(s): Lot/Land/Acreage
Last Updated 11/5/2018 Year Built 0
Community Forest County Forest

School District East Forest

Additional Details

AREA Forest
EXTERIOR None
LOT 164.0000 acre(s)
LOT DIMENSIONS 164 acres
SEWER None
TAXES 802.00
WATER None
ZONING none

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