Description: This is a beautiful but underrated property with decent timber, scenic views, and lots of wildlife. A timber buyer told me that he believes that there is at least $70,000 in marketable timber left on the property. This tract has a nice blend of pine and hardwood. There are 14 acres of this tract on the east side of the county dirt road. There are two crystal clear streams that begin on this property.
This is not flat land but rolling hills that resemble a hilly quail plantation with mostly open timbe. There are several good options on hilltops for building a home or clearing off for wildlife food plots. Electricity is nearby and I believe obtainable for less than you think. This property is in the Goshen school zone although it is in NW Pike County. There are two water sources on this property. One is Boyd’s Mill Creek headwaters which originate in the NW of this parcel. The other is a spring that runs intermittently through a section of the property into Boyd’s Mill Creek. https://alabama.hometownlocator.com/schools/profiles,n,goshen%20high%20sch,z,36035,t,pb,i,1000573.cfm
Recreation: This is a great property for hunting, camping, riding horses, and ATVs.
Location: The property is 15 miles from Troy, 17 miles from Goshen, 22 miles from Luverne, and 39 miles from Montgomery.
Access: From the Pizza Hut in Troy go 1 mile north on Hwy 231 north and take a left onto County Road 1101. Travel County Road 1101 for 10 miles and take a right onto County Road 1107(County Road 1132). Go up 2.7 miles and take a sharp right onto 1117. The property will be on the right in 7 tenths of a mile.
CONTACT INFORMATION: Tom Connell 334-372-1888 email@example.com