PROPERTY IS SOLD! 73 private and secluded acres tucked back a long, double gated driveway with direct walking access to ZALESKI STATE FOREST. This all wooded tract offers good future timber value with a nice mix of hardwoods. The terrain varies from flat ridge tops to beautiful creek bottoms with sandstone rock formations. Deer numbers are very good in this area and as you can see from the trail cam pics supplied by the owner, more than a few wall hangers roam this Ohio hunting land.
This rare property also includes a drilled water well, septic system, electric and a 2 story camp house that will need completely redone but has the potential to be a very cool getaway. A newer survey is included. All unleased mineral rights transfer to new owner. Real estate taxes on this investment are $830 per year. Long known for its quality deer hunting, Zaleski State Forest contains over 26,000 acres of premier whitetail territory.
From the first days of the reestablishment of whitetail deer in Ohio, this Vinton County hotspot has provided archery hunters with an abundance of deer and deer habitat. Approximately 75 percent of Vinton County is forested, making this southern-Ohio county the most wooded in the state. And, with a population of less than 10,000 people, Vinton County is also one of the least populated counties in Ohio. For bow hunting purists, Zaleski State Forest is the perfect wild, wooded region in which to pitch camp.
Sections of Zaleski recommended for scouting and hunting include the Horseman’s Camp near Turner Ridge Road as well as Irish Ridge, Big Four Hollow and King Hollow to the north. Excellent hunting opportunities are available in Zaleski State Forest due to timber management programs for grouse within the forests. Good grouse habitat also means good whitetail habitat.