Caney Creek Tract - 55 Ac - Walton Co, FL

$ 200,750

55 acres in Walton County, Florida,

Listing Status: New

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Tutt Land Company presents the Caney Creek Tract. This 55 - acre tract is located in a rural area of north Walton County and is surrounded by large farms and timberland.  This property features merchantable pine plantations, hardwoods, a year round creek,1,660’ (+/-)  paved road frontage on county highway 0605, is less than an hour from the gulf, and offers a new owner recreational and investment opportunities.

The 37 acres of pine plantations on the tract are merchantable. The 11 acre stand on the north side of the property are 26 years old and have been thinned once, the remaining 26 acres of pine are 20 years old and have not been thinned. A new owner could have this thinned for a quick return on investment.

Caney Creek is a year round creek that flows across the southwest portion of this tract. This creek is a nice feature for wildlife, especially paired with the surrounding hardwoods, and upland pine stands.

The hardwoods on the property are associated with the Caney Creek SMZ and are primarily bottomland-type hardwoods. There are areas of mast producing oaks throughout the SMZ that are good food sources for deer and turkey. There is a major transmission powerline easement that runs north and south across the tract, the easement is approximately 3 acres. The south 1 acre of the easement is wet natured due to its proximity to the creek, the north 2 acres of the easement is high and dry and would be a great location for a large food plot!

 

This tract is shown by appointment only. For more information or to schedule a showing contact Bill Gray at (334) 714-0009.

 

Note* This property is close to the Wild Quail Solar Energy Center.


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Bill Gray

Alabama, Georgia, Florida

Bill is a native of Houston County Alabama and resides in Ashford with his family. He received his B.S. in Wildlife Science from Auburn University in 1990. In May of 2020 he retired from a nearly 30-year career as a wildlife biologist with the Ala...