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75 acres in Russell County, Kentucky

Hwy 1680, Jamestown , Kentucky 42629 - Russell County
$185,000 75 Acres
Property ID 1768910


Available to anyone looking for a large tract of land with long frontage with Corp of Engineer property on Lake Cumberland is 75 acres m/l in the Pleasant Hill section of Lake Cumberland. This property has been in the same family for many years and only now is on the market. This property with its mostly tree covered small hills and valleys would make someone a wonderful place for your own home with plenty of land to make it as secluded as you would want. Something many people are seeking is a place selling smaller tracts of land for RVs or campers with a lake-oriented theme. This property has great potential for this type of development! This property also may attract investors looking to develop a subdivision since it is very close to Captains Pointe, a gated community to the east, The Woods at Pleasant Hill development to the north, and adjacent to Heritage Trace Subdivision which lies to the west, and to the south is Corp of Engineer land. The property is not restricted, has county water and electricity along border with Hwy 1680, and is only 2 miles or so from the ramp at Pleasant Hill or just a short drive to Jamestown Marina. Dont let this opportunity to buy a large tract of land bordering land next to Lake Cumberland pass you buy. Call today for more details or to make an appointment to see this hard to find type of property.

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