Here we have a diverse piece of ground that was part of a recovered coal fire power plant. This property sits nearly on the banks of the mighty Muskingum River with great access from a paved road. Walking this property, I saw many different forms of wildlife; several deer, coyote, as well as waterfowl. A gravel road system leads you to a majority of the property. This property varies in topography and timber density. There are pockets of mature timber throughout the property. A large pond sits along the northern edge, there were a pair of hooded mergansers on the pond as I approached it. Near the center of the property is a very thick pocket of habitat that has stands of cedars with great rub lines. Scrapes surround the pockets of timber along with well traveled whitetail corridors. Elevation change allows for wonderful views of open areas of tall grasses perfect for early season glassing or bedding habitat for the many deer that call this property home. Another appealing facet regarding this tract is that the way the boundaries and topography lie, there are stand locations for numerous winds and scenarios. If hunting isn't your thing, this tract offers numerous opportunities for camping, recreational activities, fishing, shooting, Priced to sell, this place will not last.Please call Brian Whitt, 937.545.7764 or Colton Trego, 937.344.4328 for complete details of this property and showing.