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Brittany Lane is a great hunting tract, home site, and timber investment - all in one package!  This is a completely wooded tract with some planted pine plantation, two year-round creeks and a nice-sized food plot.  Located just west of Ozark, AL in Dale County, the tract is in the country but close to all the conveniences of town.   It sits at the end of an old county road (now a private road), so there won’t be any through traffic.  And, power is immediately available on Brittany Lane! 

The majority of the tract is in a nice mix of pines and hardwoods, with more pines on the high ground and more hardwoods in the bottoms.  For the timber investor, it could be clear cut and replanted, select cut to create diversity in the stand, or left as-is to continue to grow more timber.   There are approximately nine acres of merchantable, 25+ year old planted Loblolly pines that have been thinned.  White and red oaks are plentiful along the creek bottoms and scattered throughout the tract. 

With plenty of food, water, and cover, this tract provides some excellent deer and turkey hunting opportunities for the new owner.   Established trails provide access to most of the tract and the understory varies from open to thick, exactly what you hope for.  There is one established food plot close to the center of the property and locations for several more.  In addition to providing a year-round water source, the creeks have plenty of mast-producing oak and hickory trees and they also serve as convenient travel corridors for the deer.  Claybank Creek, a large, wide-bottomed creek lies just to the west providing a nice buffer for this tract and more habitat for the wildlife.  Surrounded by other timber tracts, row crop land and pastures, Brittany Lane is ideally positioned to attract and hold wildlife.

Brittany Lane tract provides plenty of options for the new owners.  There is nice, flat ground on which to build your country home or hunting retreat.  If you want to raise some animals or grow some crops, you could convert some of the land to pasture or farm land.  Or, you could buy it as-is and just start enjoying some outstanding hunting in south Alabama while you watch your timber grow.  Taxes are less than $200 annually.


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