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Highlights

  • 3 - Professionally Managed Stocked Lakes
  • Year Round Creek 
  • Over 30 Acres of Food Plots / Corridors
  • Mature Pine & Hardwood Timber
  • Off the Grid Cypress Pavilion & Waterfall
  • Excellent Road & Trail Network with Bridges
  • Historic Natural 200 gpm Cold Water Spring

Description

Now available, this turn-key 327 acre property is ideal for anyone looking for an elite hunting and recreation tract that is already crafted and managed to produce right away.

From the gated entrance, you navigate the well groomed gravel road through a mature stand of both pines and hardwoods.  As the gravel road continues on, a large food plot opens up and stretches a couple hundred yards to reach the water's edge of the property's first stocked and professionally managed lake, silhouetted in the backdrop you can see a portion of the four miles worth of walking and horseback riding trails wrapping around the tree line along the banks of the lake. 

A Cypress Pavilion sits quietly tucked into the base of a ridge just feet away and easily within hearing distance of a year round natural spring fed waterfall.  The historic natural spring is located slightly up the ridge and according to the Geological Survey of Alabama it produces over 200 gallons per minute of natural cold water at 68.5 degrees.  There are remnants of old Whiskey Still in a couple locations near the Spring as well.     

The property itself is incredible. All three miles worth of GPS measured roads are professional grade, and the extensive road network makes navigating the property a breeze.  Manicured creek fords are located at each of the creek crossings and are photo-worthy in their own right. Less than 20 acres of the property is a younger pine stand of approximately 15 years in age, while the remainder is comprised of a rare mix of mature Loblolly and Longleaf Pines, and both lowland and upland type hardwoods including a staggering amount of  white oaks.  This type of habitat really allows for an abnormally high carrying capacity for all game species, and it also provides for a more “hunt-able” property as well. 

In addition to the mast trees and native browse, there are 30 acres worth of food plots and shooting corridors with room to add more if desired, including several large fields that would make for a perfect soybean or corn field for deer or milo and sunflowers for turkey and dove.

The land owner has had biologist and wildlife consultants from both private entities and Auburn University preview this property and implement game management and timber plans.  This property is one that you really must see in person to fully appreciate and as one Wildlife Consultant said when touring the property "this piece of land is unlike any I have ever encountered and you have done a phenomenal job making the piece of property more accessible and very appealing without disrupting its natural beauty". 

PRE-QUALIFIED BUYERS ONLY.  THIS TRACT IS SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE A TOUR, CONTACT:

ADAM ADERHOLT
BROKER, NORTH AL. BRANCH
TUTT LAND COMPANY
(205) 410-2699
adam@tuttland.com

or

HEATH FANT
ASSOCIATE BROKER

TUTT LAND COMPANY
(205) 240-3982
heath@tuttland.com

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