Description: Hunting and river fishing at its best. This area of Crenshaw County is known for big bucks, turkeys, quail, doves, and ducks. Almost 2 miles of Patsaliga River frontage, several green fields, shooting houses, planted pines, and hardwoods. This recreation tract has a lot to offer and you need to see it to appreciate it. There is approximately 220 acres of brushy cutover land. The timbered portion of this tract has areas of older planted loblolly, mature hardwood, young pine pulpwood, and mixed areas of hardwood and spruce pine. There is an island located north and west of a fork of the creek, and located south and west of the main creek. Merrill Creek runs east and west through the property, and Patsaliga River runs north and south on the west property line. This tract is located in sections 22 and 23, in township 7 north, and range 16 east at latitude 31.5548 longitude -86.4291. Property taxes are low, and deeded easements are in place.
Recreation: Just in time for hunting season. Take advantage of all the work that has been done by the previous owners. Green fields, shooting houses, gates, good road system all make this a great recreational tract. This portion of Crenshaw County is known for its trophy bucks, and all this property needs is an owner that wishes to take it to the next level.
Location: Region 11, South Alabama. Located 7 miles northwest of Dozier, 26 miles southwest of Luverne, 23 miles northwest of Opp, 22 miles east of Andalusia, and 66 miles south of Montgomery.
Access: From Luverne: Take highway 331 south to Brantley, 9.5 miles. Turn right at light onto highway 29 and go 2.8 miles to highway 106. Turn right and go 7.5 miles to county road 77 (Dozier Hwy). Turn left and go 2.8 miles to Mayberry Gulley Road. Turn right and go 1.5 miles to Bryan Road (Dirt Road). Go 1.2 mile and the property will be toward your right.
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