483 acres - Chambers County - Lanier 483

$ 1,255,800

483 acres in Chambers County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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483 (+-) acres located off of County Road 267 near Lanett, AL and close to Auburn/Opelika, Lagrange, West Point Lake and within 1.5 hours of Atlanta.  This is a really nice, gently rolling tract of land with lots of recreational appeal along with a great stand of pine and hardwood timber.  It has been well managed for many years through quality forest mangagement/prescribed burning and it really shows! The timber composition varies from young stands of planted loblolly pine to heavily stocked pulpwood stands on up to mature loblolly/shortleaf stands that would be ideal for quail hunting.  Quite a bit of this pine timber is merchantable and could produce immediate income if you wanted a quick return on your investment.  There is a good supply of mature hardwood along two creeks that are located on the tract.  Wells Creek is a big creek with good water flow near the southern boundary and the eastern boundary is another creek, a flat bottom that would be great for deer hunting.  Both creek bottoms are loaded with mast producing oaks and other types of hardwood trees.  The habitat created here by the different age classes of timber is really good and supplies the wildlife with everything it needs.  The thick cover under the young timber is ideal cover and browse, the open understory in the mature pine and hardwood stands offer good visibility for hunting and the creeks/springs offer an abundance of water for the wildlife.  There are several food plots on the tract and many other areas would be perfect for additional food plots.  A good road system is in place and firebreaks are present around most all pine stands making management/burning easy.

If you're looking for a prime hunting and timber tract, check this one out!  Give me a call to schedule a showing.


PRICED AT $1,255,800





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Will Herndon Land Real Estate Agent

Will Herndon

Alabama, Georgia

Will was raised in Hatchechubbee, a small town in rural Russell County, Alabama, where he grew up hunting, fishing and working on his family's cattle farm.  He graduated from Auburn University in 2000 in Landscape Horticulture and for 12 years o...