This property is a paradise for seclusion, farming, hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation. The property shares a common boundary of 2,707.68 feet with Soap Creek WMA and "Clarks Hill" Lake Thurmond, with direct access to protected shoreline and the WMA. The land is a mix of pastures, tillable land, and woods.
There is a prime, scenic location overlooking the pastures for a home to be built. On the property is an artesian spring fed cistern, a spring fed pond, a wet weather pond, a cabin and shop that are dated, pastures set up for livestock management, a private road that leads down to the nearest shoreline cove, hunting opportunities for trophy bucks, turkeys, waterfowl, and more. The property is accessed via a 30 foot right of way road easement, leading approximately 1100 feet back from the end of Greenbriar. The location was a secluded operating farm that has been in storage for 10 years. It is improved with fencing and integrated underground piping for livestock water systems.