A great find! Here are eleven wooded acres with a nice, year-round creek located on County Road 456 just a couple miles from the small town of Kinston in southwest Coffee County. Easy to access, yet private and secluded, this tract would make a nice getaway in the woods and has plenty of good ground on which to build a camp. You can hunt, ride horses or ATVs, or just relax in the outdoors.
Mostly wooded, there are about two acres of cleared fields in the middle of the property. It features an all-weather creek that flows west-to-east across the property near the road. Another small creek crosses the property on the north side as well. Trees are a variety of pine and hardwoods of various ages and size. The fields have been used as food plots but were not planted this past year. The deer love this area, evidenced by an abundance of tracks, rubs and scrapes. It is easy to see why – with plenty of water, food and cover available, they have everything they need. A trail provides access to the middle of the tract and all the fields from the road.
The Kinston 11 tract is nicely situated between larger tracts of timber and agricultural land. This is unrestricted property with over 500 feet of road frontage on a county-maintained, dead-end, dirt road. The nearest power is a quarter mile away on County Road 467. If you are looking for that perfect little getaway in the country, you found it!
Shown by appointment only. For more information or to schedule a showing contact:
Address: 0 County Rd 456
Name: Joe Blackburn
Phone: (334) 464-1828