This property is one of the finest properties that you are going to find. This beautiful tract of land is one that you need to bring your family to see! Once you pull through the gate you will realize just how special this place is as the towering oaks invite you to continue driving to see more! The property consist of 265+/- acres with an estimated 190 acres of pasture, 30 acres of mature hardwoods, 20+/- acres of eighteen year old plantation pine that needs thinning and an existing 1,200 square foot home, if fixed could be used as a rental or managers house.
The lake site consist of 25+/- acres of which the dirt work has already been completed! The dirt to complete your dam is already on site! You will have a hard time picking your home site because there are so many breath taking views to choose. I can honestly say that this is a very special place and is one you are going to have see for yourself to appreciate its beauty. To add to the mix, the property is abundant with trophy whitetail and turkey. Once you add your lake to it, you will never leave home!
Even more positives, the property is located only 10 minutes from Brandon and Interstate 55, it is conveniently located for you to live in paradise and enjoy all that the Metro area has to offer!
Directions: From the intersection of I-20E and Highway 18 in Rankin County, take highway 18 E and travel 3.7 miles to Star Road, travel Star Road for 5.8 miles to Jerusalem Church Road and take a right. Property is 2/10 mile on your right.
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