Hard-to-find east side land. Picturesque plot, bisected by geode-littered stream. Potential building sites on frontage along Lampkins Ridge Road. Entirely wooded, common hardwoods include white oak, shagbark hickory, tulip poplar, maple, with some wild cherry, and black oak. Black walnut trees planted on one-acre north facing slope, 1997, beginning to mature. Morels frequently found in early summer; chantarelles, many other native plants, and wildflowers found in the spring. Excellent habitat for wild turkey, migratory birds, owls, downy and pileated woodpeckers, red fox and eastern box turtles.