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Rare opportunity to purchase river front property w/ main residence or secondary hunting/fishing cabin. Borders Pelican Island Natural Area2300 acres of solid wildlife refuge which means giant whitetails. Custom-built Texas ranch style masonry home is situated at the front of property. Trophy room w/ stone fireplace & sliding doors leading to patio. Formal living room w/ 2nd FP. Dining room also has door leading to back patio. Large country kitchen w/ Amish made oak cabinets & windows look out over patio & backyard. 2-car detached garage in addition to attached garage. Land is primarily flat, there is a bluff area overlooking the 3 acre lake and river that would make for another great home site. Lake full of fish & seller reports catching many large bass, crappie, & catfish. North property line borders Car of Commerce Chute, awesome for fishing, deer & waterfowl hunting, & river access. Seller reports high deer numbers and there have been numerous large bucks harvested on property.
Take Shackelford to Jamestown Road. Left on Carrico Rd. Follow down to bottom of hill where home is located.
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