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Billingsley 80 - Land Sale: Longleaf Pine Plantation in Autauga County, Alabama
80 total acres: 53-acres of 20-year old planted Longleaf pine plantation averaging 360 pine TPA with 7.5 inches dbh. 23-acres of 20-year old planted Longleaf pine in natural hardwood with 79 pine TPA at 7.9 inches dbh. 4-acres of 20-year old natural hardwood trees.
North 40 acres: 36-acres of 20-year old planted Longleaf pine plantation averaging 385 pine TPA with 7.3 inches dbh. 4-acres of 20-year old planted Longleaf pine in natural hardwood with 50 pine TPA at 8.5 inches dbh.
South 40 acres: 17-acres of 20-year old planted Longleaf pine plantation averaging 310 pine TPA with 7.8 inches dbh. 19-acres of 20-year old planted Longleaf pine in natural hardwood with 83 pine TPA at 7.7 inches dbh. 4-acres of 20-year old natural hardwood trees
NE SW and the SW SE all in Section 6, Township 19 North, Range 14 East, in Autauga County, Alabama containing 80 acres, more or less. Boundary lines flagged with RFC white flagging except west line of south 40 and south line of north 40 which have been surveyed for the sale and painted white (refer to aerial map).
Access to both tracts is from the east on county road 77 (see aerial map); if tracts sold separate then an easement will be retained on the road along the top boundary of the south 40 to access the north 40. Gate combination code is 0200. Refer to aerial map for newly bladed interior roads.
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