Ask Will Hardin
It's a privilege to bring a property to market that's so rich in resources and tradition. The Lazy R Ranch is comprised of approximately 320 acres, two homes, several outbuildings, pasture, timber and LOTS of water. Its rolling terrain and variety of landscape blends in the perfect way to offer both beauty and supreme habitat for its plentiful wildlife. The place is absolutely covered up in deer and turkey. That will come as no surprise when you see the roosting spots over live water, the numerous springs on the property, the hillsides blanketed in white oak trees and the thick vegetation developed by years of livestock grazing. It's still very capable of accommodating livestock with its cross fencing and ponds located in each pasture.
Contributing to this farms appeal is its location at the end of a county road. Where the road stops is where you enter the driveway. Immediately upon entering the well maintained property, you'll come to the first of two homes. The rock house was recently completely remodeled and is perfectly suited to the feel of the farm. It's currently on well water but city water is available, the stove top, hot water heater and heat are all gas, but you can turn the gas heat off and heat with the fireplace or the wood furnace located in the garage. It's got good storage space and even an enclosed back porch currently used as a sewing room.
The second home is newer and very nice inside, featuring a large kitchen and open living space as well as a big master suite and closet. It even has a backup generator if the power goes out.
Piney Creek is a notable feature of this property flowing for a mile across the wooded eastern side. It has access points, bluffs providing a view, deeper pools and noisy shoals. A trail parallels most of the creek providing an ATV or side by side travel route.
Come check out the sights at the Lazy R Ranch and see what it would be like to own your own vacation destination.