This is a nice timber investment and hunting property located in east Pike County just off of Hwy 93 between the small towns of Brundidge and Banks. The Sneed tract has both planted pine plantation and hardwood creek bottom. There are approximately 32 acres of 21-year-old Loblolly pines that have been thinned once. The pines will immediately provide the new owner with the option to harvest and replant, or thin again and wait for sawtimber. The balance of the tract is in some mixed hardwoods along the creek branch and a small cane patch on the south side. The combination of pines and hardwoods, along with flowing water in the creek, provide a nice variety of habitat to support the abundant wildlife population. The creek forms the east boundary of the tract. This property is loaded with deer!
The property is surrounded by larger timber tracts and some pasture on the north. The Sneed tract includes a narrow access from Hwy 93 that is a little less than a half-mile long. There are no utilities on the property. Troy is an easy 15-minute drive from the entrance.
For more information or to schedule a showing contact:
From the Hwy 231 in Brundidge, take Hwy 10 east for 0.9 miles then turn left on Hwy 93. Drive north for 3.4 miles, entrance to the property is on your right.
Address: Hwy 93 North
Name: Joe Blackburn
Phone: (334) 464-1828