Block A of the Milton Branch Tract is ideal for those looking for a convenient investment for hunting, fishing, timber, or rural development. This property is only a few miles east of Marion Junction, also convenient to the shopping, restaurants, and churches of Selma, AL. There is over 1.5 miles of paved road frontage on multiple sides of the property Almost a mile of frontage on Highway 80 and 1/2 mile of frontage on CR 214. This land is located in the Black Belt an area known for its trophy white tail deer, turkey, duck, and dove hunting. There is strong timber growing soils and a good road and trail system that makes wet weather logging conditions feasible. There are 3 established food plots and utilities are available. The land consists of flat to gentle topography that could possibly be converted to row crop or pasture. Milton Branch Creek flows through the east side of the property. The timber was cruised in July of 2015. Contact agent to request a copy of the timber cruise. An additional 379 acres with lakes is available for purchase directly across Highway 70 if you need more acreage. The timber breakdown is as follows 120 acres in mature Hardwood, 46 acres in once thinned Pine Plantation, 24 acres in unthinned Pine Plantation, and 18 acres of natural Hardwood/Pine. For more information contact Clint Flowers at 855-NLR-LAND.
At the intersection of Highway 14 and 80 in Selma, head west on Highway 80 for 4+/- miles, where the property will begin on your left. In 1/4 mile more, the property will be on your right. Block A is accessible on the west boundary along its frontage on CR 214.
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