Monocacy River Retreat is a nicely tucked away riverfront property located on the Monocacy River in west Carroll County. We have 6,834 +/- deeded acres including your very own island and a deeded ROW, private lane from Baptist Road. From the private lane, you'll see the access to the property with a cable crossing a nicely mowed area that will take you back to your own private riverfront retreat where your adventures can run wild. The property is mostly wooded with a large grass clearing on the river with picnic tables and a large firepit, making camping exceptional. The property is improved with a 20' conex storage container, metal steps that lead down into the river, and one ladderstand, all of which will convey with the property. Upon walking the property it was evident that the wildlife is abundant, and move through the property quite often, while whitetail deer were seen on the property. The current owners have historically hunted the property for whitetail deer, waterfowl, and turkey. This property is ideally situated with agriculture surrouding making it a great ambush spot when the game is passing through. If you are not hunting, then take full advantage of all the river has to offer, great fishing, kayaking, swimming, and other recreational activities. Although no perc test has been done, this property would make an exceptional place to build a home or a nice cabin for weekend getaways. Electric is close by with utility poles roughly 100 yards from the property entrance, and phone line is available as well. If you are looking for a small piece of ground that has a little of everything, then this is a must see for any outdoors lover.
This property sits in the Conservation District (zoning). The purpose of the C District is to prescribe a zoning category for those areas where, because of natural geographic factors and existing land uses, it is considered feasible and desirable to conserve open spaces, water supply sources, woodland areas, wildlife, and other natural resources. This district may include extensive steeply sloped areas, stream valleys, water supply sources, and wooded areas adjacent thereto.
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