The Wacoochee Creek South Tract is 498 acres of timberland northeast of Bleeker. The property boasts 1/3 mile of road frontage on Lee Rd 179 and 60 feet of frontage on Lee Rd 537 in Gray Rocks subdivision. The premier feature of this tract is 2.5 miles of frontage on the scenic Wacoochee Creek which is the north property boundary. Almost 100 acres of 70-year-old hardwood is along the slopes and stream-sides adjoining Wacoochee Creek and several tributaries that drain into it. The topography is predominantly rolling with well-drained upland solids, with a few slopes providing awesome views into Wachoochee Creek and the surrounding hardwood. Approximately half of the property is recently clearcut thus providing the opportunity to replant with genetically improved pine, allow natural timber regeneration, or convert to pasture. For the investor, there are several good opportunities to subdivide all or portions of this property into min-farms.
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Directions to Farm
The gate on the west side of the property is ±1.8 miles north of 280 on Lee Rd 179. The property can also be accessed from the east, where there is ±60 feet of frontage at the end of Lee Rd 537 (Gray Rocks subdivision.)