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Properties with this kind of options do not come along very often. This property is made up of two parcels, a 2.26-acre lot that sits just off of Hwy 76 that is zoned buildable and already has power and communication lines to the site. The main road will be paved off of Hwy 76 once the last house is built according to what the county has told the seller. The other parcel is a 3-acre parcel that adjoins this one and runs down to Money Creek. This parcel is a great setup for having friends and family down to enjoy a weekend of camping and would work great for multiple camper sites, this parcel is not buildable however you could hook up to the power line and make camp site plugins. Money Creek campground is just on the other side of the creek, this property could have great income potential for someone who wanted to rent out camping sites. There is direct access to the local snowmobile trail on this property. Don’t let the small amount of woods fool you to think there is no wildlife on this property, the timber that is on the property is a natural funnel for the local deer herd and the deer are plentiful in this area. This property can be purchased as one parcel or can be purchased individually. Call today to schedule your own private showing.
- Buildable site
- Direct access to Money Creek
- Direct access to snowmobile trail
- Power and phone already to sight
- Great recreational property
- Property can be split
- Nice rolling terrain
- Natural crossing for deer
- Only minutes to I-90
- Great trout fishing
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