Just in time for hunting season! This 16+/- acres of land has garage with loft that's just waiting to be turned into your hunting retreat. Land has been perc tested and would be a great spot for a secluded dream home. Great location and beautiful views!
Country living, convenient location on apx 1.43 acres. Ready to build on or move your mobile home on the property. Electric, water and septic already installed, 24X32 concrete floored metal building wired with 220, complete with a commode and wash bowl.
Waterfront property in Lake Forest Subdivision on Lake Cliff Drive. 2.23 acres adjacent to a wider part of the lake. Some seasonal lakeviews. Lot is in cul-de-sac. Boat ramp in community. Restricted with underground utilities. Great lot for privacy with lots of trees and vines. Path to lake in area.
2 lots plus another 3/4 acre that joins the back of these lots. Waterfall at the back of property, close to Fishing Creek boat ramp & picnic area. Just over an acre, great area to build your personal residence, there are some restrictions, 100 ft of road frontage. Start building your home NOW!
Executive neighborhood, quiet & peaceful, lot located at the end of the street on cul-de-sac. A wooded lot that joins to Corp of Engineers, 1 mile to Needle Pointe boat ramp, walk to the water. 200-300 yards to ramp, located in Lake Forest Subdivision, underground utilities included.
Lots 8 & 9 being sold together, just over an acre (lot 8 has .51 ac and lot 9 has .50 ac) in a beautiful park like setting. Ready for you to build your dream home on. Beautiful homes surround these lots, most are custom built.
Several lots on Bridge Hollow Rd. Close to lake and midway between Burnside Marina & Lees Ford Marina. Build your get away or permanent home. Tract containing 2.37 ac along with lots 1 & 2 for a total of 4.5 acres for $29,900 or Lots 4 & 5 for a total of 1.65 ac for $15,000 or lots 7 & 8 for a total of 1.56 ac for $16,000. Purchase one lot or all together for a total of 7.71 ac +/-.
Hunters Dream Property! 12 +/- acres, minutes from downtown Somerset, with lots of mature trees, the last time timber was cut was in the early 70's so you could cut down trees and build that dream home.