40 Ac - Geneva County - Big Creek Tract
40 acres in Geneva County, AlabamaListing Status: Sold
Big Creek is a fantastic timber investment, hunting property, and home site - all in one package! Less than ten miles from Dothan, it is a completely wooded tract featuring Longleaf pine plantation, mature hardwoods, two creeks, and plenty of county road frontage. Located in Geneva County just west of Rehobeth, the tract has that special “in the country feel” while being minutes away from all the conveniences of town. If you are thinking of building a home or a weekend retreat in a beautiful wooded setting, you need to see Big Creek!
There are approximately 15 acres of Longleaf pines that were planted in 1998 that generate annual income through a pine straw lease. As you might expect, the forest floor is immaculate. At some point, these pines will need to be thinned which will also produce some near-term return on your investment! The balance of the tract is in a mix of older hardwoods and pines. The understory varies from open to thick, perfect for deer, turkey, and other native wildlife.
This is a gorgeous tract of land and you need to see it to really appreciate it. The terrain is primarily level then gently rolling down into the creek beds. You can build your home along the road or tuck it back in the woods for more privacy. There are two creeks on the tract and several possibilities for constructing a nice pond. Big Creek crosses the SE corner of the tract and delivers a year-round supply of fresh, cool water for the wildlife. With plenty of food, water, and cover, this tract provides excellent deer and turkey habitat.
Underwood Mill Road is a well-maintained, all-weather dirt road. Approximately 37 acres are on the east side of the road with the other three acres on the west side. There is power immediately available at the road. Surrounded by other timber tracts and farmland, Big Creek tract offers plenty of options for the new owners. If you want to raise some livestock or grow some crops, you could convert some of the woods to pasture or farmland. Or, you could leave it as-is and just start enjoying some outstanding hunting in south Alabama while you watch the pine needles fall and your timber grow.
If you need more room, there is additional acreage adjoining for sale.
Deed restrictions include no poultry houses and limit of one mobile home on the property for personal use for no more than five years.
Taxes are less than $90 annually.