An amazing piece of Lapeer County countryside has made it to market. If you enjoy spending time in the outdoors, you're going to love this property. Rolling hayfields, tall hardwood ridges, gorgeous marshy area, and winding stream frontage. Yep, check all those boxes. All rolled into an 80+ acre property with double gravel road frontage. A place that is just alive with wildlife: whitetail deer, wild turkey, squirrels, wood ducks, mallards, and Canada geese roam these acres. Lots of buck rubs along the ridges, the marsh is full of quacking, and squirrels are scampering everywhere grabbing acorns. It's a busy time of the year for wildlife.
The forest is a mixture of oaks, maples, hickories, poplars, and some pines. There are some trees that are found along the ridgetop trail that would take a couple three folks to reach around them. The acorns and hickory nuts are plentiful this year, almost like marbles lying on the ground.
If you're looking to build a new home or cabin on the property, there are plenty of potential spots. Lots of changes in elevations throughout the property. Some really nice views to be had especially toward the middle and southeastern parts of the hayfield area. Should be a heck of a place for a home with big wrap around porch full of rocking chairs. Going to be pretty special when the leaves start changing.
The property has frontage on both Bullock and Merwin Rds. There are 2 parcel ID numbers that make up the 80 + acres. It has been surveyed and a perk test was done by the current owners. Let me know if you'd like to walk the property. You'll need permission and a real estate agent with you to be on the land. The property is currently being hunted so we need to schedule any showings. The aerial shown is estimated and for reference only.
|Features||Farming, ATV, Hiking, Vacant Land|
|Animals||Big Game, Turkey, Waterfowl, Upland Bird, Small Game|
|Lot Size||80.8 acres|
|Access||The property has frontage on both Bullock and Merwin Rds.|
|View Type||Some really nice views to be had especially toward the middle and southeastern parts of the hayfield area.|