Here is a great timber investment and recreational property in Crenshaw County, AL that would also make a very nice country home site or hunting camp. Located 13 miles west of Brantley, and 20 miles east of I-65 in Georgiana, these beautiful 60-acres are easily accessible, but are definitely in the country.
This is primarily a planted pine plantation tract with a mixed variety of hardwoods in the bottoms. The Loblolly pines were planted in 1986 and have been thinned twice. A new owner could choose to harvest them right away for some immediate income or let them continue to grow. The bottoms feature several varieties of hardwoods with an open understory that is easy to walk. There are three food plots that have not been planted in a few years but could be put back into green fields without much effort. The combination of pines and bottomland hardwoods, along with some flowing water in the creek, provide excellent habitat to support the abundant wildlife population. The owners have not allowed any hunting on this land for several years.
There are two entry gates, one on Hwy 106 and the other on the dirt road. The internal road system is quite good and provides access to most of the tract. This is unrestricted property in a nice rural setting. With Hwy 106 as its southern boundary, the property is surrounded by timber tracts on the north and east and fenced pasture on the west. County water and power are available at the road. If you have been looking for an affordable place in the country, you need to see this property!
From the Hwy 331 in Brundidge, take Hwy 29 south for 2.9 miles then turn right on Hwy 106. Drive west for 10.2 miles, property is on your right.
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