About Jackson and Mountain Meadow Estates
36 ideal home sites comprised of beautiful lots from level to rolling meadows.
Lots range in size from 1.178 to 5.957 acres.
Telephone, Electric, Water, Cable and High Speed Internet Access.
Some lots also have wooded areas.
Two lots are available with ponds.
Prices range from $45,000 to $75,000.
Hilly Jackson County is located about sixty miles southeast of Columbus and comprises an area of 420 square miles. Little Raccoon Creek crosses a section of the county and Symmes Creek rises here. There are valuable deposits of salt, coal, limestone, iron ore and clay.
Long before Anglo settlers developed the salt well, the Indians depended upon them and traveled great distances to obtain the salt. The first salt boilers in the Northwest Territory were located in this county.
Jackson County was settled by the Welsh people and in the early days Welsh was the language commonly spoken here. They began the development of the mineral resources which today are of industrial importance to the state and the nation.
Thomas Jones, who established on of the first furnaces in the area, is supposed to have supplied the iron plate for the battleship "Merrimac."
Jackson was once the center of the nation's silvery iron industry, but now houses one of the country's largest manufacturers of canned food products.
Near Leo is a petroglyph, a large rock with carvings of figures and animals.
The principal industries are primary metals, stone, clay and glass, non-electrical machinery and food. Manufactured goods include fabricated steel, canned and frozen foods, clay and silica firebrick, plastic moldings, steel shelving, residential cabinetry and plastic refractories. Agriculture provides cattle, calves and dairy products as its chief economic contributions.
Jackson is the county seat and the largest city in the county with 6,770 citizens. Wellston is the only other city with a population of 6,330.
Mountain Meadow Estates consists of cleared and level to rolling lands with a county maintained road passing through the development connecting State Route 776 with Jisco Road. The lots are situated such that quick and access to the development is granted by being located right off of Appalachian Highway 32, approximately 5 minutes from Jackson on the four lane highway. Highway 32 does not see much traffic and thus creates a pleasant and convenient drive to Jackson. This location is also only 15 minutes from the Atomic Plant and State Route 23.
Mountain Meadow Drive runs through Mountain Meadow Estates and is a county maintained road. This is very advantageous for residents in terms of both maintenance and care for the road in the winter during snow and ice.
Mountain Meadow Drive is 8/10 of a mile and connects State Route 776 with Jisco West Road.
Coming from Jackson while driving on SR 776 the estates are 3.5 miles from Jackson.
Coming from Jackson while driving on Jisco West Road the estates are 3 miles from Jackson.
The estates are conveniently located on the four-lane Appalachian Highway (State Route 32). The hospital and clinics are a quick drive and the high school is just up State Route 139 right off the Appalachian Highway.
The estates lie 18 miles east of U.S. 23 and approximately 6 miles west of U.S. 35. Chillicothe is approximately a 30-35 minute drive and Columbus is approximately a 1 hour and 15 minute to 1 hour and 30 minute drive from the estates.
Yes, the development is in the Scioto Township.
I. Bryant & Sally Wolford
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