Mayberry Gulley Rd Tract
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Brad Butler
Butler Land and Timber Co.

Mayberry Gulley Rd Tract

Mayberry Gulley Road, Dozier , Alabama 36028 - Crenshaw County
$44,800 32 Acres
Property ID 6289645


Description: This property has 3 food plots and has good deer and turkey hunting in this area of Crenshaw County. Hornet Creek borders the east side of the property, and along the creek are some mature hardwoods for food supply. The planted pines were clear cut in February, 2019, but the hardwoods around the creek remain. Rayonier Timber Company allows access through their property, and there is a good road system to the property, and inside the property. Property taxes are only $51.84 per year, and it is located in section 31, township 7 north, range 17 east at latitude 31.553 longitude -86.3878.

Recreation: Deer and turkey have been killed on the property. The creek, the food plots, natural food source, and location, you will see why it is such a desirable tract of land.


Region 6, Crenshaw County, South Alabama. Located 20 miles west of Luverne, 26 miles east of Georgiana, 138 miles northeast of Mobile, and 73 miles south of Montgomery.

From Georgiana, take Highway 106 East for 21 miles. Turn slight right onto Leon Tower Road and go 2.8 miles. Turn right onto Mayberry Gulley Road and go 1.5 miles. Property will be on your left behind the Rayonier Property.

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