475 Ac - Tuscaloosa County - Hilltop Farms

$ 1,743,750

475 acres in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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Hilltop Farms is known to be one of the most premier farms in Tuscaloosa County. This tract has been managed extremely well. From the 100+ year old hardwoods to the 185 inch deer that roam this property, this tract is awesome! 
Wildlife: This tract is loaded with some of the finest deer to ever walk in Tuscaloosa County. This property is managed to grow monster whitetails. There is proof of big deer from one side of the property to the other! This property has a big flock of turkeys as well! On any given spring morning you can expect to hear multiple different turkeys gobbling on different parts of the property! 
Timber: The timber throughout this tract is is very diverse in nature. Most of the property being a mix between mature pine plantations that have been thinned and burned and are clean underneath with some bedding areas and big mature hardwoods! This property contains a great timber investment factor! 
Amenities: This tract has access to water and power, if you wanted to build a camp house! There is a beautiful campsite on the property overlooking one of the biggest green fields! This tract has a breeder pin that is in great condition. The fence is well maintained and also is in great condition!
Creeks & Water: There are multiple streams coming through this property with two main creeks! Binion Creek and Sam Norris Branch run through this property! 
Road Systems: The road systems throughout this property have been very well maintained and are in great conditions. You can navigate the majority of this tract in a car. There are some trails that require a 4x4, but are all drivable! 
Call me today to set up a showing! Showings are by appointment only! 

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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...