For those of you who have always had a desire to own a piece of highly sought-after Brown County real estate, then pay close attention here. This offering affords the interested buyer with an aggregate total of nearly 13 acres of beautifully wooded recreational land to enjoy. There are two tracts being conveyed via this listing - 1) a 6.57-acre tract located on Whippoorwill Lane, and 2) a 6.37-acre tract on Grandma Barnes Road, located 1/4 mile south of the Whippoorwill tract. Both tracts do not share a common property line. However, both tracts can be accessed easily by the buyer via the adjoining Yellowwood State Forest. An aerial map encompassing the location of both tracts has been incorporated into the listing content. Although no formal timber appraisals have been sought by the owner, this acreage would appear to contain significant hardwood timber value. And more importantly, to the hunter, the lower valley where these two tracts converge offers abundant evidence of deer activity. The location of two merging creeks, along with vast hardwood forest cover, creates an optimal deer habitat. And there is no reason to doubt the presence of Spring turkeys as well. After all, this is Brown County. For the naturalist and outdoorsman, this opportunity will provide the presence of every type of wildlife southern Indiana has to offer. Whippoorwill Lane and Grandma Barnes Road lie approximately 1/4 mile from one another, on the west side of SR 135. From Beanblossom, south on SR 135 one mile to Whippoorwill Lane. It is the 2nd drive on the west side of SR 135 immediately south of the scenic overlook. From downtown Nashville, north on SR 135 3.25 miles to Grandma Barnes Road on left. This property is being priced to sell! Please contact Listing Agent Mark Boswell at 765-720-2166 for your private tour today!