It would make a nice place to put a little place to retire.
You really want to deal with an HOA?
Many places like that require them to maintain the private roads, no county maintenance, there not so bad, even good
I know just had some bad experience with an HOA in FLA The place looks nice thou
If you are seriously considering it, some similar developments have restrictions about building permanent structures - you can build a “camp”, but you can’t build a 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with central heat and air. Be sure to ask what is involved in getting utilities to the property.
I’d find out how high the river rises, too. There’s a reason it’s trees and no grass or small shrubs.
I get the feeling it’s not that sort of HOA. I’m familiar with this kind of set up. It’s not the “you have a boat in the yard. You have a flag on the pole”-type stuff.
Utilities are there, just not mentioned. I am familiar with the area. Might even have county water. rather do a well. It would probably be shallow in the area. An HOa of this type is usually for just road maintenance and creating a party area for the neighbors. You can tell when “campers and RVs are welcome”. I like the idea of no entry for outsiders. Fishing, hunting is easy to come by in the area.
True! I do know the area. it probably flooded a few years ago with the “1000 year flood”, meaning 1-2 feet. I’d build up a nice plateau. There usually aren’t much grass around the area. If you look to the buffer along the property line left behind , it is all shrubs, bushes and trees. I have canoed, tubed and camped all along the bogue chitto
Looks pretty nice with some fishing spots nearby.
Nice, but you wouldn’t own down to the water? Who would own that strip of land between the property and the water?
The “neighborhood” It’s to be gated soon. I am packing up to spend a few days up at the BOL. I will contact him there.
Looks like it is downstream from the BCWP. Lots of noisy tubers coming down that river. Do they go past your spot?"