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Victoria Tract is an exceptional recreational property with a little bit of everything; hardwoods and planted pines, a year-round creek, established food plots, a cleared area for your camper (or future home), and power on site.  Located in Coffee County, about 15 minutes north of Enterprise, it has 420 feet of frontage on County Road 222, a well-maintained dirt road.  The current owner recently had about a half-acre cleared so it is ready for an RV, pole barn, or a home.  This would be a perfect place for someone looking for an affordable hunting tract or weekend getaway that is convenient to town.   

Most of the tract is wooded with a great balance of hardwoods and pines.  There are plenty of red and white oaks producing acorns and the understory is relatively open and easy to walk.  One of its many features, Cardwell Creek, runs for a few hundred feet across the southwest corner.  This is a very nice, sandy bottomed creek that provides fresh, cool water throughout the year (and an outstanding location for your tree stand).   There are about two acres of open field in the middle of the tract, a little over half of which is being used for a winter food plot.  Well established internal trails provide easy access throughout the property.  With plenty of food, water, and cover, this tract provides excellent deer and turkey habitat and, as evidenced by the amount of sign, they love it here.    

Surrounded by other timber tracts, farmland and pastures, Victoria tract offers plenty of options for the new owners.  If you want to raise some livestock or grow some crops, you could harvest some timber and convert some of the land to pasture or farmland.  Or, you could leave it as-is and just start enjoying some outstanding hunting in south Alabama.  It has a recent survey and the corners are well marked.  Taxes are less than $60 annually.


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