REDUCED!! 23.2 +/- surveyed acres in NE Lincoln County, MS is ideal for your getaway or homestead. This property features an established drive and 3+/- acre cleared homesite. Electricity through Magnolia Electric and Community Water through Lincoln Rural Water association is available along the road frontage. Massive Oaks are scattered throughout the property, with the remainder growing a variety of species of natural regeneration. This property's diverse ecosystem offers the opportunity to hunt and enjoy the wildlife that call it home. The property is just minutes from Lake Lincoln State Park, and its 550 acre lake. It's located approximately 20 minutes North of Brookhaven, MS, and just over two hours from New Orleans and Baton Rouge, LA.
3163 Bahalia Road NE, Wesson, Mississippi 39191
Directions from intersection of Mt. Zion Road and Hwy 51: Head North on 51 for 318 feet to turn right anto Stonewall Street. Continue for 377 feet then turn left onto Main Street. Continue for 453 feet then turn left onto East Railroad Avenue, Drive for 0.5 miles then turn right onto 4th Street. In 0.7 miles turn left onto Little Rock Road Northeast, drive for 312 feet. Little Rock Road Northeast becomes Little Rock Church Road Northeast. Continue for 2.2 miles. Continue onto Beard Rd NE for 2.9 miles. Turn left onto Bahalia Road Northeast. In 0.1 miles the destination is on the left.
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Blake was born and raised in Lincoln County, MS in the small town of Bogue Chitto. After high school, he knew he wanted a career helping people. Blake completed his paramedic degree and served as a paramedic in Lincoln, Copiah, Franklin, and Lawrence Counties. After six years of dedicated service in emergency care, Blake began his career in real estate. Blake carried that same desire he had for helping others and putting their needs first into his career as a real estate agent.
Blake grew up working the family cattle farm and spent his free time hunting, fishing, and enjoying all things outdoors. Blake, his wife Brittany Rawls Sasser of Pike County, and their son Logan now own a small piece of that family cattle farm where they reside today.