This is a great multi-use property. Economically it offers income from timber and cattle/horse pasturing. Recreationally it offers deer, turkey and squirrel. In addition to the hunting, it has two ponds. Also, it has a live gravel bed creek which runs through the property. It has over 25 acres designated as Rangeland, which can be utilized as grazing, hay production of wildlife food plots. The extreme west portion of the tract has some steep hills but the east part has bottom land as rolling hills. High number of large hardwoods. Numerous places have house sites. Great cabin sites are offered off the road in secluded areas. There is an old house on the road but it is not considered as an asset toward to value of this tract. It has 3/4 mile of frontage on Bethel Road (Blacktop).
From Batesville, take Highway 35 South for 14 1/2 miles. Turn east (left) onto Bethel road. Property begins 1/4 mile from Highway 35 and continues for 3/4 mile along the south side of Bethel Road.
From Charleston, go north on Highway 35 for 10 1/2 miles. Turn right (east) onto Bethel Road. Property begins 1/4 mile from Highway 35 and continues for 3/4 mile along the south side of Bethel Road.
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