In a lovely area of the southeastern Kentucky mountains just beyond Confluence is a special place called Trace Branch. This 345 acres of wonderful nature and outstanding wildlife is full of oaks, poplars, hemlocks and mountain laurels. This land has three large ponds each stocked with fish and the headwaters of the Trace Branch originate on this property. There are miles of trails that take you through the valleys and over the ridges with spectacular and breathtaking views. The mineral rights convey with the property and there are two active gas wells. The area is very private and secluded, and located within 2 minutes of Buckhorn Lake and the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River offering world class fishing and boating opportunities. You do not want to miss this one!
Hunting & Fishing: Trace Branch is located in the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountains of southeastern Kentucky. This area is in the Elk Zone of Kentucky and is within two minutes of the Trace Branch Recreation Area, providing access and boat ramp to the 1200 acre Buckhorn Lake. Buckhorn Lake offers ideal conditions for anglers including seclusion from fishing pressure and boat traffic, producing some of the best Muskie fishing in the area. There are also three ponds on the property stocked with fish to provide your own fishing oasis.
Mineral Rights: The mineral rights convey with the property. Currently there are two active gas wells that collect royalty payments monthly.
Opportunities: This land has several building sites on the property and a trail system throughout. This creates many opportunities to build cabins or lodge, or just build a private enclave for yourself. With the flowing natural gas available it would be ideal to use this energy resource for any cabins, lodge or personal home. This land has NO restrictions.
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