This 134 acre tract is a great recreational/investment tract near Athens. As you enter the gate off from State Hwy 72 you are instantly greeted with a 35 acre stand of hardwoods. As the path curves through the hardwoods you soon arrive at the larger of 2 creeks on the property. This rocky creek is flanked with Rhododendron and Mountain Laurel and looks like a north Georgia trout stream. A turn to the north off from the path leads you through a large plot of planted pines. The pines are roughly 10 years old and it won't be long before a thinning will be in order, creating instant income. When the road comes back out of the pines you'll be at a point where 3 hardwood ridgelines come together on the smaller of the 2 creeks. Here you'll see a point where 2 ridges come close togther and would create a great pond site of 2 to 4 acres. The combination of creeks, hardwoods and income producing timber make this an ideal recreational investment close to all the amenities of Athens, GA.
Road Frontage This tract has frontage on Hwy 72 just 19 miles northeast of Athens.
Internal access is by a series of woods roads that have been well maintained and offer access to most portions of the property.
Terrain Consists of gently rolling hills with 2 creek bottoms.
Potential Usage Recreational, retirement and hunting.
Utilities power, phone
Water Sources 1 large creek and a smaller creek come together on the property. There is nice pond site along the smaller of the two creeks.
Wildlife Deer and turkey are most prevalent in this area.