156 Ac - Choctawhatchee River Tract - Dale Co

$ 290,940

156 acres in Dale County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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The Choctawhatchee River tract is an outdoorsman’s paradise. This tract of land offers an abundance of features that make it an excellent recreational and timber property.

            This property has frontage on the West Fork of the Choctawhatchee River and Ward Creek flows across the property, needless to say there is year-round water on or across the property to sustain wildlife populations and offer other recreational opportunities.

            The pine plantations on this property were planted in 2007 and appear to be healthy and growing; while they are still in the pre-merchantable stage they will be due for their first thinning within the next few years. Along the SMZ’s by the creek and the river there are gorgeous hardwood flats that are home to many different varieties of mast producing trees, massive white oaks were not a rarity.

            The internal road system on the property is excellent and you can almost navigate the entire perimeter of the property. There are 6-7 food plot areas that can be planted for deer & turkey all of which are connected by internal trails, two or three of these plots are over an acre in size. The current owner has taken several very nice bucks off the property in previous hunting seasons.

            This tract is in a great location, it is approximately  4 miles from Echo, 5 miles from Skipperville, 12 miles from Ozark, and right at 30 miles from Ross Clark Circle in Dothan. There is paved road frontage on county road 54, with access to power.

            This is a unique property that offers future potential income from timber, river and creek frontage, abundant wildlife, trails to ride and scenes to soak in around every turn. Call Dalton Dalrymple at 334-447-5600 to schedule your showing.

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Dalton Dalrymple

Alabama, Georgia

Dalton lives in Enterprise, Alabama and owns land in Coffee County where his family farms and raises cattle. Dalton graduated from Huntingdon College in 2016 and was a four-year member of the baseball team. Growing up on a farm instilled a deep pa...