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This 318 acre property has potential of many kinds. It is an intensively managed pine plantation (245 acres) that was established with chemical site prep and genetically superior seedlings during 2011. The ten acre lake was stocked in 2011 and has great
fishing. There are seven wildlife food plots with five (2 man) shooting houses. Ducks are already using the lake. A TVA power line crosses the property providing additional food plot acreage. There are 100 foot wide streamside management zones with mast producing hardwoods along minor drainages. There is a complete system of interior roads with slag rock and fire lanes around the perimeter. An area around the lake has a natural stand of scattered pines, hardwoods and cedar with a few acres in open grassland. The property has frontage on both Robinson Road and Old Crawford Road. Power and water are adjacent on Robinson Road. The property is situated only 10 miles south of MSU Campus, just east of Oktoc Community and Browning Creek Development. Country Living! Close to Starkville and MSU! Productive timber investment already established! Private Hunting Camp! Recreational Retreat! Development Potential.
Directions: From the traffic circle at the intersection of Oktoc and Blackjack Road (south side of Campus), travel south on Oktoc Road for 5.2 miles and then turn left onto Chapel Hill Road and travel 2.7 miles to Old Crawford Road, turn right and travel 1.7 miles, property is on the right.
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