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10 acres in George County, Mississippi

230 W. Wilkerson Ferry Road, Lucedale , Mississippi 39452 - George County
$1,250,000 10 Acres
Property ID 3226215


Sportsman?s Paradise

This property is located on the Pascagoula River?the largest unobstructed river in the contiguous United States. More specifically, the property is located on top of the McRae Bluffs?one of only two riverside locations on the Pascagoula River high enough to never flood. This property also borders the 30,000 acre Pascagoula River Wildlife Management Area which, by state charter, can never be used for any commercial purpose and is dedicated strictly to the enjoyment of hunters, fishermen and anyone else who enjoys the great outdoors. Also bordering this property is a 640 acre tract of timberland leased to a small membership hunting club with membership available to the new owner. A public cement boat ramp is located about ? mile down the river.
This location offers direct access to some of the best hunting and freshwater fishing available in the South.
The original underground house (2700 sq. ft.) was built in 1986 of high strength reinforced concrete with steel rafters. The 15 ft. X 30 ft. cement pool was built in 1990. The adjacent office building (could be used as a bunk house or a guest house) was built in 1997. The upper portion of the house (4500 sq. ft.) was added in 2000 and encloses the pool.

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