395 Ac – Conecuh Co - Sepulga River Tract
Seclusion, peace, and quiet are three qualities that are often hard to find; the Sepulga River Tract possesses all three of those qualities! This tract is 395 acres, more or less, located in North Conecuh County, off of Sepulga Swamp Road and lies about halfway in between Montgomery and Mobile. The property is very unique and has all of the amenities a southern sportsman would want; water, hardwoods, trails, food plots, deer and turkeys all call this tract home!
This tract also has potential to be a long-term timber investment. Two years ago most of the merchantable pine was cut off of the property, but all of the hardwoods were left standing. Prior to the pine harvest this tract was entirely a natural hardwood and pine forest. Now a good mixture of White oaks, red oaks and other hardwood species are found on this tract from the high ridges, down to the banks of the Sepulga River. A new owner could harvest the remaining hardwood and replant the entire tract in pines. The lower lying natural timber around the river bottom is massive, these old growth stands of river bottom hardwoods certainly set the scene for rutting bucks and strutting spring toms!
The property has been used primarily as a hunting property for decades and is currently being leased out to hunters. After previewing the property, it is evident that there is no shortage of whitetail, turkeys, wood ducks, and hogs around to hunt. The Sepulga River is a year-round source of water for the wildlife and could also be navigable by kayak or canoe.
There is a deep well on the property that can be utilized by generator, and is in working condition. The hunters who lease the property have a camp set up close to the gate that will not convey with the sale. There is an additional 300+ acres of land adjoining this property that could potentially be leased for hunting. Property is accessed by deeded easement.
This is a one of a kind property, if you have been searching for hardwoods and great hunting, you need to come take a look at this one! Asking price is $519,000 or $1,314 per acre.