LAND FOR SALE - 43 GORGEOUS ACRES IN BEAUTIFUL BROWN COUNTY

Status: Under Contract
Price: $299,000
Acres: 43 +/-
Price Per Acre: $6,953
Type: Recreational Land, Timberland
Address: Mt. Moriah Road
City, State: Nineveh, Indiana
County: Brown
ZIP Code: 46164
Lat/Long: 39.2855, -86.1137
Presented By: Mark Boswell

Description

Once in a great while you get the chance to market a premier property, a property that affords practically every type of recreational activity that a buyer would seek. I now have that privilege. It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to this beautiful 43-acre tract located in a preferred, highly popular area of scenic Brown County. Just minutes from Bean Blossom and the cultural mecca of Nashville, this property gives the buyer all of the attributes of remote living, yet is fully accessible via well-maintained asphalt roads. Located just north of the community of Taggart, the owner will benefit by having quick, easy access to SR 135, SR 46, and I-65, making larger communities such as Indianapolis, Columbus, Bloomington, and Louisville easily accessible. Where does one start? Let's begin by highlighting some of the prominent property characteristics. This 43-acre tract contains many acres of virgin hardwoods. The owner attests that there has been no logging activity or selective cutting performed on the property for the past 30+ years. Although no formal timber appraisals have been performed, the abundance and extrinsic value of the hardwoods present on the tract are unmistakable. And it certainly bears mentioning that 36 acres of this tract have been registered as Classified Forest since 1965, making the owner's real estate tax obligation ridiculously low! There are two separate lakes present on the property, one situated on the east end of the tract, and the other located toward the west end. The owner has constructed a well-maintained ATV trail along the south boundary line that allows quick, easy access from one lake to the other. The larger of the two is estimated to be approximately 3 acres in size, while the other is estimated to cover approximately 1.5 acres. It goes without saying that both are heavily stocked with all major types of local game fish, but we'll mention it anyway! Many folks who seek this type of property might plan to eventually build a new home on the property. The owner has already established two feasible building sites on the tract. One site appears above one lake, while the 2nd building site appears above the other. The buyer may have a choice as to the preferred location. There is municipal water, public electricity, and fiber-optic cable available along the Mt. Moriah road frontage. The Whippoorwill Nature Conservancy (800+ acres) lies directly south of this property, which shares some common boundary with the Sweetwater - Cordry Nature Conservancy, which in turn is located near Camp Atterbury. So in other words, this tract is centrally located in the midst of thousands of acres of virgin, undisturbed hardwood forests. And that brings us to the recreational value of this property. This property affords every type of indigenous wildlife present in southern Indiana, from trophy bucks to big, strutting Tom turkeys. Small game appears everywhere you look. When you combine the water sources with the presence of the heavy, protective canopy and the availability of strategically placed food plots, the owner will not be able to go anywhere else on earth and experience the quality of hunting that this property will offer. The new owners might consider it their own little game preserve. One will enjoy viewing the enclosed photographs incorporated into this listing to further gain an appreciation of what this truly consists of. Schedule your visit today! Call Mark Boswell, Mossy Oak Properties, at 765-720-2166, or send an email to [Email listed above], for more information. Additional property information is available upon request, as are easy-to-understand driving directions from SR 135 at Bean Blossom as well as SR 46 east of Gnaw Bone. If you come, I suspect you may not want to go home!

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