||Nearest City: Clanton
BARBOUR Co. ALABAMA
LOCATION: East Alabama, West Barbour Co. 12 miles west of Clayton and 20 miles east of Troy fronting Barbour Co. Rd. 9 in the community of Boot Hill.
SIZE: 371+/- acres.
TERRAIN: Gently rolling sandy loam and clay loam soils. Elevations range from 430/ft on ridges to 350/ft along Hurricane Creek. Soil types in upper elevation consists of Cowarts, Dothan, Bonifay, Blanton and Nankin sandy loam soils. These soil types comprise mostly row crop land with some hay fields and upland timber. These soils are very productive cropland soils and also have a very good soil site index for Loblolly Pine consisting of a 85 to 90 site index. The soil types in the lower elevations consists of Mantachie, Springhill, Ocilla and Iuka clay loam soils and comprise mostly of mixed hardwoods and bottomland hardwoods. These soils are very productive timber producing soils and range between an 85 to 105 soil site index for Loblolly Pine and also have a very high soil site index for most hardwood species. A soil site index of 80 or higher for Loblolly Pine is considered good.
LAND USE: Row crop farming, timber investment, hunting, recreation, real estate investment.
PRICE: $686.350. ($1,850 per acre)
135+/- acres of well-maintained row crop land and hayfields with potential crop rental income.
Agriculture crops provide an excellent high protein food source for wildlife.
Property located less than 2 miles from the Pea River. The hardwood bottomland along the Pea River drain basin is host to exceptional trophy deer and turkey hunting.
Crop fields may qualify for various income producing USDA CRP programs.
Good timber investment. Most of the timber stands are hardwoods that have been thinned. Due to the high soil site index for pine timber production some of these areas could be converted to pine plantations to maximize return on investment while at the same time adding more diversity to wildlife habitat.
Paved road frontage with utilities available, located in quiet farming community of Boot Hill. Several great places to build a dream home or a weekend getaway cabin.
In todays real estate market good quality crop land seldom comes on the market and is in high demand. With an overall increasing worldwide demand for food and fiber, good agriculture properties should be an excellent overall investment as well as a good hedge against inflation combined with crop rental income. Dont miss out on this unique opportunity call today to schedule an appointment.
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Call Agent: Jerry Joe Ingram 334-300-4273