122 Acres - Sumter County - Pristine Cattle Pasture

$ 420,000

122 acres in Sumter County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Active

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Welcome to your dream property in the heart of Sumter County, Alabama! This magnificent listing offers 122 acres of meticulously manicured cattle ground, showcasing the epitome of Southern charm and agricultural excellence.

**Property Highlights:**

1. **Versatile Land Use:** This expansive property is a perfect canvas for your agricultural ambitions. With lush pastures, the land is ideal for both cattle operations and row crop cultivation, providing you with endless possibilities to realize your farming dreams.

2. **Serenity and Recreation:** Nestled within this picturesque landscape is a breathtaking 2-acre pond, adding a touch of tranquility to the property. Imagine your evenings by the water, soaking in the beauty of the surroundings or enjoying recreational activities on your own private oasis.

3. **Wildlife Paradise:** Nature enthusiasts and hunters alike will appreciate the abundance of wildlife in the area. Sumter County is renowned for its giant deer population, offering unparalleled hunting opportunities. Furthermore, being situated in the catfish flyway, the property presents fantastic prospects for duck hunting, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.

4. **Southern Hospitality:** Embrace the warm hospitality of Sumter County and become a part of a community that values the beauty of rural living. Experience the charm of the South while reaping the benefits of a versatile and productive property.

**Contact Information:**

If this property resonates with your vision for the perfect Southern retreat, don't hesitate to give us a call! Take the first step towards making this stunning Sumter County estate your own, and let's explore the endless possibilities together.


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Wallace Tutt Land Real Estate Agent

Wallace Tutt

Alabama, Mississippi

Wallace is from Demopolis, Alabama and owns land in Marengo County, where his family has been managing timber for more than 75 years. He went to the University of Alabama and was in the Honor’s College where he studied Mechanical Engineering. W...