Cumberland Ridge Ranch Tract 5 has been surveyed into a 11.20 Acre +/- parcel of land. This beautiful parcel of Southern Kentucky land boasts some high ridges and deep bottoms, indicative of this rolling region of Kentucky. Driving access to this parcel of land would require a 4WD vehicle once you leave the pavement. There is a small unmaintained legal easement road made of dirt construction that leads down off of paved county road Raymond Smith Road from the east or a small ridge road from Smith Grove Road just east of the Co-op Station, however this access road is much steeper coming down. There is a lot of elevation change across the entire parcel, but several nice flat spots are located off the access road mostly along the northern boundary down near the creek. The land climbs from there up to the west along the upper ridge of our western boundary line. Tree cover is very heavy, with brush and vegetation being in it's natural state. A small natural creek winds along the northern portion of the land towards the northweest just off the road. Land uses would be ideal for camping, hunting or a small off grid cabin.