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Set in the rolling hills of south Alabama, the Pine Hills Lodge tract is a great timber investment, a prime hunting and fishing tract, and a beautiful country retreat all in one turnkey package! Located in Crenshaw County on Stricklin Road near the small town of Brantley, you can hunt, fish year-round, and relax in comfort in a custom-built lodge as you watch your pine trees grow!
The 1,600 sq ft lodge features a spacious open floor plan with two large bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, hardwood floors, tongue and groove interior walls, and a gas insert fireplace! It has a large, screened-in front porch and a nice carport with an attached laundry room. There is a new field dressing station with lights, sinks, and plenty of room for cleaning your game and fish. For equipment storage, there is a 24x36 barn (8x24 enclosed). The Lodge is in excellent condition and is move-in ready!
The planted pines are 4.5-year-old, Varietal loblolly pines, with some large hardwoods providing food and shade along the bottoms. Per literature available from ArborGen, Varietals are the most advanced genetics pine seedlings available in the world. Each individual tree is a genetic replica engineered for fast growth, log straightness, disease resistance, and volume gain. Varietals are much more expensive to plant but are projected to significantly outpace other Loblolly trees in growth to merchantable stages. They are planted at 622 trees per acre and are scheduled for one thinning.
The three stocked ponds, ranging in size from a half-acre to over two acres, all have newly built docks and are ready to fish! There are four food plots and a wide variety of fruit trees planted throughout the property.
With over 1,200 feet of frontage on Stricklin Road, and internal trails that provide access throughout the property, this tract is ideally set up for hunting, fishing and enjoying the great outdoors. A great recreational property, this tract is also a great investment opportunity. The Varietal Loblolly pine stands, and good site index, should provide substantial income in the future. If you are looking for more acreage, there are another 320 adjoining acres available.
From Brantley, AL: take Hwy 331 south for 1.7 miles. Turn left on Hwy 189. Proceed 4.3 miles on Hwy 189 and turn left on Old Three Notch Road. Proceed 2.6 miles north on Three Notch Road and turn left on Stricklin Rd. Go north on Stricklin Rd for 0.8 miles, property is on your left.
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