Looking for some land in Pike County to build a home, have a camp, or hunt deer while you grow some timber? Here is a very nice 20-acre parcel located just off of Hwy 93 about halfway between the small towns of Banks and Brundidge. With a diverse mix of planted pine stands and several acres of older hardwoods (which combine to produce some excellent wildlife habitat), this property provides the opportunity to have your own place in the country at an affordable price.
There are two different stands of planted pines; six acres of longleaf pines that are approximately eight years old and about five acres of older Loblolly pines that have been thinned once. There are roughly eight acres of older hardwoods and an old loading area where timber from this parcel was previously cut. The land is mostly level with a draw (older pine and hardwoods mix) in the southwest corner that could be a good pond site. There is a good internal trail running along the north boundary that provides access all the way to the back of the property. The deer love it here - there is a small, wet-weather creek in the draw and some thick brush for cover. The loading site could be converted to a nice food plot or a camp site with very little effort or expense.
This is unrestricted property in a nice rural setting about ten miles (15 minutes) from Troy University. There are larger timber tracts on the west and south and private landowners to the north and east. The property sits 270 west of Hwy 93 but includes a 50 wide access corridor. County water and power are available at the road. If you have been looking for a country getaway, you need to see this property! The property has a Troy address but the nearest town is Brundidge.
From Brundidge, take Hwy 93 north for 3.2 miles, property is on your left.
From Banks, take Hwy 93 south for 3.9 miles, property is on your right.
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