has one main room with two small lofts and an added restroom. Cabin comes equipped with a propane cookstove, propane heater, refrigerator,
sinks, window air conditioner unit, and cabinets. Bathroom has sink, commode,and shower. Current owner brings water and uses a small
tank with RV water pump to pump water to cabin.
A propane tank will need to be installed to use the propane heater and stove.
The cabin is approximately 12' X 20'. There is a small fiberglass (~40 gallon) septic tank for the cabin
with a 10 foot perforated
sewer drain pipe. There is no community water or water well.
The second campsite has a small RV trailer with a roof built over
it with a porch. An electric meter is needed to connect to electricity.
This property is unique in that it is almost completely covered
with nice hardwood timber and has three large streams that converge on the property to make Little Creek, which eventually flows into
Lake of the Pines.
The hardwood timber on the property consists of water oaks, southern red oaks, white oaks, hickory, sweetgum, red
maple, and green ash, making this tract a hunter's paradise. Squirrel, rabbit, and deer hunting are all possible on this land.
is over 50 feet of elevation change on the property. The soils are very productive for timber production. The site index for pines
range from 84 feet to 100 feet, which is above normal to excellent.
There are three entrances to the property. On entrance is on Camp
County Road 4517 and leads to the RV camping spot. The other two entrances will lead into the cabin area off of Camp County Road 4518.
tract is only 8.5 miles from the upper end of the Lake of the Pines access off of Hwy 155.
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