193 +/- acres - Henry Co, AL - Indian Creek Tract

$ 453,550

193 acres in Henry County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Under Contract

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This is a great hunting and recreation tract in a very nice area. Located in the heart of the Edwin Community in Henry County, the Indian Creek Tract offers 193 acres of excellent hunting and recreational opportunity. Most of this tract was clear cut approximately 2-3 years ago. The natural regeneration in the clear-cut areas is still young and can be reforested using standard herbicide, burn, and replant practices. There is no need for heavy mechanical site prep currently. Most of the tract has a site index for loblolly pine that ranges from 80-90 feet.

Some property highlights include:

  • Very good, all weather internal road system
  • 7 large food plots well dispersed across the tract
  • Plenty of room to add additional plots and a dove field
  • 1,700 feet of paved road frontage on Henry County Road 54
  • One half mile of frontage on Indian Creek
  • Several sites for a home or cabin with beautiful views
  • Abundant deer and turkey
  • Access to power on 2 sides of the property

This tract would make a great partnership hunting venture or a country hunting retreat for an individual or family. This tract has a lot of potential and as always, we’ve got a roster full of reputable vendors to address any land management and development needs a new owner might have. Located less than an hour from Troy, Eufaula, and Dothan, this property is an outstanding value in the recreational/hunting land market. Shown by appointment only. Schedule your showing before it’s gone. Contact Bill Gray with Tutt Land Company at 334-714-0009.

Driving Directions:

From Abbeville, Alabama - travel 5.3 miles west on Alabama Highway 10. Turn right onto Henry County Road 75 and travel 4.8 miles to the Edwin Community. Turn left on Henry County Road 54 and travel 6/10 of a mile - property will be on the right, indicated by signage.  

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Bill Gray Land Real Estate Agent

Bill Gray

Alabama, Georgia, Florida

Bill is a native of Houston County Alabama and resides in Ashford with his family. He received his B.S. in Wildlife Science from Auburn University in 1990. In May of 2020 he retired from a nearly 30-year career as a wildlife biologist with the Ala...