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Deer-Turkey-Timber in southeast Alabama!  Here is an exceptional hunting tract and a timber investment in Henry County.   The Clopton tract is 101 acres of mixed hardwoods and planted pines with creeks and county road frontage.  It is less than a mile from US Hwy 10 and is surrounded by farm land and other timber tracts.  It is remote but easily accessible and is less than 10 miles from downtown Abbeville.  This tract features excellent deer and turkey habitat and is perfect for someone who wants a place to hunt and manage timber.  There is already a spot cleared for a camp site or an RV and there is power less than a quarter-mile away on County Road 75.

Most of the tract is in merchantable timber with a nice combination of planted pines and a variety of hardwoods.  White and red oaks are plentiful and provide a great food source for the deer and turkey.  For the timber investor, the timber could be clear cut and replanted, partially cut to create diversity in the stand, or left as-is to continue to grow sawtimber.   The terrain is level to gently rolling, with good sandy-loam soil.  One year-round creek and two smaller creeks provide several options for construction of a nice pond.  In addition to the creeks, it also has a three-acre duck pond so there is plenty of water for the wildlife.  The Clopton tract has two established food plots and a good perimeter road that provides easy access around the entire tract. 

Lake Eufaula, world-famous for Largemouth Bass fishing, is less than thirty minutes away and Panama City Beach is two hours to the south.  If you have been searching for a great hunting tract that will produce timber income, you need to see the Clopton tract.  Priced at less than $2,000 per acre, this is a great buy!

For more information or to schedule a showing contact:

Joe Blackburn

Tutt Land Company

(334) 464-1828

joe@tuttland.com

 

Directions:  From Hwy 431 in Abbeville, take Hwy 10 west for 5.3 miles and turn right on County Road 75.   After one-half mile, turn left on County Road 216.  After 400 feet, property will be on your right and left.


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