TIMBER INVESTMENT-HUNTING-FISHING-RECREATIONAL PROPERTY 30 MINUTES FROM OXFORD, MS. Imagine going to watch the Rebels in Oxford and having a 480+/- acre playground where you can hunt, enjoy bird watching, fish, ride ATV's, camp, build a lodge, grow timber or do almost anything that you desire. The Nations Place is located along County Road 260 (good gravel road) in the Western part of the county. This tract has a 22+/- Corps watershed lake, good road system, food plots, some mature timber, and a great place to build a lodge overlooking the lake. The tract has a lake, food plots and good access road through the property. Westervelt Wildlife Services (Demopolis, Alabama) prepared a written management plan in 2011 and started implementing some forestry/wildlife management practices. Approximately 75 acres are in pine planation timber that needs thinning. There is not a timber cruise on the tract, but the plantation pine is ready for harvest or you could continue to let it grow until timber prices increase or you desire additional income. The remainder of the tract in pine was lightly thinned in 2012 and is in great growing condition and looks really good. There is hardwood timber around the lake and along the drains that provide excellent winter mast. According to the Sellers, deer and turkey are abundant on the tract. There are a lot of white and red oaks on the slopes and along the drains that provide acorns for the deer, turkeys, and other wildlife and there are thick areas for bedding and nesting. This is a good recreational/investment tract located close to Oxford that will provide years of family fun and enjoyment and still provide income now or in the future.
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