Land For Sale - Washington Co. Recreational & Building Land

Status: Available
Price: $79,990
Acres: 25.25 +/-
Type: Recreational Land, Timberland
Address: E Daily Rd
City, State: Salem, Indiana
County: Washington
ZIP Code: 47165
Lat/Long: 38.5460, -85.9477
Presented By: Zach Holt


Check out this secluded 25+ acres in Washington County just east of Salem, IN. Located at the end of a dead end road, this 25 wooded acre property offers a ton of privacy and seclusion. Buyers looking for a wooded building site should certainly take a closer look at this property. Sitting at the dead end of E Daily Rd, this property sets up great for a secluded wooded building site with no neighbors but the local wildlife. Municipal water and electricity is available only a couple hundred feet from the eastern property boundary and could easily be ran to the level building site on the North East corner of the property. For the recreational buyer, this property consist of a great mix of hardwood timber. Species noted include Red & White Oak, Ponderosa Pine, Hickory, Poplar, and several stands of persimmon. This property consist of a pine ridge running east to west, falling into Jeff Branch Creek bottom to the north and hundreds of acres of broken ag fields to the south and west. This property sits to the south of a large roadless forest and is perfectly located to catch cruising deer traveling between the many broken woodlots and wooded fingers in the area. The pine ridge running through the middle of the property has recently been thinned and the area is now offering incredible wintering and bedding habitat for the local wildlife. Several deer and turkey where seen on our first visit to this farm giving us confidence this property would make a great investment and offer tons of enjoyment for the recreational buyer. If you are looking to buy or sell property in southern Indiana, we would love a chance at earning your business. Call us anytime or check us out on the web! Zach Holt - 812.887.2954 or Torry Miller - 812.614.2620

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