52+/- acres - Houston County, AL - Pilgrim Church Tract

$ 195,780

Houston County, Alabama,

Listing Status: New

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The Pilgrim Church Tract is a great timber and recreational property located in the Lucy Community in extreme southeast Houston County. The area is comprised of large farms and timber lands. Deer, turkey and other game species are as plentiful as any where you’ll find in Alabama. As a bonus, this tract is located in a portion of Alabama where whitetail bucks rut in mid-December. There’s a lot packed into this 52+/- acre tract. Some highlights of the property include:

  • Excellent deer and turkey hunting
  • Surrounded by generational farms
  • Good, all-weather internal road system
  • 3 nice food plots and plenty of places to establish more
  • 33 acres of 20+ year pine timber that is ready to thin
  • 775 feet of frontage and power available on Pilgrim Church Road
  • Several site options for a cabin or home
  • A five-acre old field that can be managed for dove hunting or planted to fruit trees for wildlife

Tracts in this area don’t come along very often, particularly with immediate timber income. This is a great opportunity to own a very nice hunting tract in a great location. You’ll find plenty of natural beauty, timber, and wildlife in a quiet, peaceful setting with this property. Shown by appointment only, contact Bill Gray with Tutt Land Company at 334-714-0009 before it’s gone.


Driving Directions:

Take US Hwy 84 East from Ashford toward Gordon; at mile marker 230, take a right onto Houston County Road 85 and travel 4.5 miles to the dead end at  Houston County Road 8; take a left onto CR 8 and travel 1.5 miles to Oscar Helms Road; turn right on Oscar Helms Road and travel 1.8 miles; turn right onto Houston County Road 4 and travel 1.8 miles; turn right onto Pilgrim Church Road and travel .75 miles (3/4 of a mile) – property will be on the right and 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...