250 acres - Russell County - Carroll Tract

$ 650,000

250 acres in Russell County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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250 (+-) acres located on Highway 26 and Johnnie Walker Road between Hatchechubbee and Hurtsboro, AL, within 30 minutes of Auburn/Opelika and Columbus/Phenix City.  The Carroll Tract is situated in western Russell County, an area known for large deer populations and big bucks.  Land in this area is highly desirable for hunting and does not come available for sale very often.  The tract has all the elements needed to hold wildlife...thick cover, water and food sources.  The timber is a mixture of planted pines, natural regeneration hardwood and pine, and mature hardwood.  There are multiple large oaks along Cowike Creek that flows through the western part of the tract.  This is a large, sandy bottom creek that offers a great water source for the wildlife and also holds some wood ducks.  Speaking of ducks, there is a good size and great looking wood duck hole near the southern boundary of the tract.  I would imagine this hole would hold plenty of ducks during season and would offer fun hunting in addition to the deer hunting.  On the eastern side of the tract is an old pond site that currently holds a small amount of water.  With some work, the dam could be repaired and you could have a nice fish pond.  This area around the pond is thick and is loaded with deer sign (multiple rubs)!  There are five food plots in place, all of which could be enlarged fairly easy if one wanted to do so.  There are multiple roads and trails in place, some need cleaning up but access is pretty good over the whole tract.  

If you've been looking for a prime hunting tract in a great area, give me a call and let's go look at it!


PRICED AT $650,000







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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...