2355 Patchel Run Rd / Lamberton Rd, Franklin, PA 16323 (MLS # 152492)

Price $99,000
Status Active
Beds 0
Baths 0 bath
Home size n/a
Lot Size 57.64 ac
Days on Market 104
This amazing hunting property offers a like new hunting camp/shed furnished with rustic pine bunkbed, wood burner and the interior is finished with knotty pine. Great bloodlines produce some large bucks in this area. There is a beautiful multi branching stream that runs through the middle of the property. The property has road frontage on Patchel Run Road and there will be an access and utility right of way off Lamberton Road through the neighboring property in case you decide to build. Blue, Red and Orange marked trees are reserved until March 1, 2021. No OGM'S will convey. Cross Listed with MLS # 08-8110
Property Type(s): Lot/Land/Acreage
Last Updated 4/8/2019 Year Built 0
Community Venango County Venango


School District Valley Grove

Additional Details

AREA Venango
EXTERIOR Electric Available
LOT 57.6400 acre(s)
TAXES 240.00



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