If you are looking for a property with a country feel just minutes from town, you cannot overlook the Choestoea Creek Farm. From a mile of creek frontage and open fields to mature hardwood ridges and a private pond, the Choestoea Creek Farm is loaded with farm-ready features.
The farm's diversity is difficult to find in many other properties. There are 20 acres of open pasture for livestock or horses, 20 acres of mixed-pine hardwood timber stands, and 35 acres of Upland hardwood ridges consisting mostly of mast-producing Red and White Oak trees. Perimeter fencing and cross-fencing can be found throughout the entire property, and the half-acre private pond with a covered, elevated dock is a relaxing spot to begin or end your day.
Other features include a beautiful home site overlooking one of the pastures, all utilities already on site and excellent hunting opportunities for pursuing deer, turkey and wild hogs. A final key feature of the farm is the access to shallow flats on Corps of Engineers property on Lake Hartwell. These flats have been utilized by the current owner for duck hunting, and both wood ducks and larger ducks are common.
Note: Total acreage is comprised of three property IDs-297-00-03-001; -006; -007.
Don't miss the opportunity to own this beautiful farm that's loaded with turn-key features, nestled in the hills of Oconee County.