Beautiful, I mean beautiful, 83+ acre property less than 10 miles from Auburn
Frontage on treasured Saugahatchee Creek
Quiet, secluded area
Rustic, basic 1 room cabin (no power)
Lots of deer & turkey
Lots of hardwoods, including many big, mature white oaks
Well maintained wildlife food plots
Interior road/trail system
DESCRIPTION: If you're looking for a special property within minutes of Auburn, you've got to see this one! Less than 10 miles from Shug Jordan Parkway, this tract has a lot of frontage on Saugahatchee Creek, a special body of water! Located in a quiet, secluded area near Loachapoka (Lee County), this is the place to find lots of deer & wild turkey. There are lots of mature hardwoods, including many big white oaks to provide a natural feed source for the wildlife. In addition, there are several good-size food plots that are ready to be plowed and planted. The basic one-room cabin is just that, no frills and no power, but lots of character. It's made of native stone and timber from the property and is ready to be used, as is, for campouts. This is a one of a kind property, given it's natural beauty, big hardwoods and "The Saugahatchee"! Don't miss it.
PRICED AT $329,150
DRIVING DIRECTIONS: From Auburn, at the intersection of Shug Jordan Parkway and AL Hwy 14, travel west on 14 for about 5 miles to Loachapoka; from Loachapoka continue west on 14 for about a mile and turn right onto Lee Road 188; go north on 188 for approximately 1.25 miles and turn left onto Lee Road 065; go west on 065 for about 1.5 miles to a steel, one-lane bridge over Saugahatchee Creek; after crossing the bridge go about .1 mile and bear left where the road forks; continue west for about 1 mile and the property is on the left. Look for Tutt Land Company signs.
FOR MORE INFO, OR TO ARRANGE A TOUR, CONTACT:
TUTT LAND COMPANY
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