Located in Elk County is +/- 60 acres of well-managed pasture ground. This property has been burned for the last few years, but was once used as a hay meadow. See some income with hay production. The property is easily accessed with gravel road frontage through a double gated entry. The pasture is perimeter fenced in good fencing condition. Passing through a field full of native grass, a large, spring-fed pond resides in the southeast corner of the property. Consider a pleasant, quiet, secluded place to build a home to overlook a beautiful pond. There are a few tress scattered throughout the boundary lines of the property to provide some shelter and shade. Evidence of wildlife passing through the field to take advantage of the water source was noted. With minimal sloping, the soil is made up stephenville fine sandy loam and eram silt loam. If you're needing a place for the cattle, the ranchland is here with the well-maintained fencing and the pond water supply. Cattle have been grazed on the property previously. With +/- 60 acres of pasture for hay production, cattle grazing, or a home build site beside a pleasing pond, there are open opportunities with this investment. All mineral and water rights will transfer with the property. Call, text or email Amber Beaumont at or Email listed above.
+/- 60 Acres