Horse riders, build your dream home overlooking the Jacks Fork River! Over 650 yards of the spectacular Jacks Fork River flows through this amazing 94.34-acre property adjoining the famous Cross Country Trail Rides equestrian facility. Walk or ride from home to your own gravel bar on a river celebrated for its clarity & an area famous for its abundant horse-riding trails. The Nature Conservancy (TNC) holds a Conservation Easements on this property in order to preserve the water quality & rich natural habitat of the property by protecting it from too much development. Five acres above the floodplain are designated for building up to 2 permanent residences + outbuildings. There are approximately 30 acres of lush bottomland fields currently in use for hay. The floodplain fields are also suitable for grazing livestock after a Grazing Management Plan has been submitted to & approved by TNC. There are approximately 40 acres of forest for hunting &/or forest management. Managing more than the 5-acres allocated for the Residential Building Zone requires a Forest Management Plan be submitted to & approved by TNC. Timber may be harvested in accordance with a Forest Management Plan & Timber Harvest Plan prepared by a certified forester. Three acres around the historic barn are available for additional or replacement farm structures. No residences can be built east of County Road 203 due to flood risk. However, there is an old well (of unknown serviceability), at the high point in the barn vicinity. The well area appears suitable for creating a water & electric campsite for a temporary camper removed seasonally. Join the community of horse trail riders, river lovers, & nature lovers that make Eminence remarkable. How many communities still have hitching posts for their horses? A vast network of horse-riding trails emanates from this neighborhood. You can also walk or ride to the adjoining Eminence municipal golf course. 2022 annual taxes were only $130.56!