The 54 Acre Pea Plot
This is 54.1 acres on HWY 131 just south of Baker Hill. It is believed that years ago peas were grown where the longleafs are planted now. Making this property even more attractive is it has road frontage on two different paved roads. This property is unrestricted and has ideal topography features with it gently going uphill from the road frontage and flattening out in the middle. This is perfect for a getaway destination or even an ideal place for raising one's family. This property also is all high and dry with no flood zone. It has 23 acres of 9-year-old longleafs that are not in a CRP program. On the southeastern side of the longleafs, there are 15 acres of older hardwood and pine mixed timber. The rest of the acreage is a mixture of natural-growth pine and hardwood. There are 100 feet of paved road frontage along Hwy 131 and 100 feet of paved road frontage on County Road 41.
Don't let the pictures fool you on the longleafs because they create absolutely amazing wildlife habitat especially when managed. We control burned these longleafs early this year and a plethora of nutrient-rich browse came on strong. Not only the planted longleafs but the deer and turkeys have greatly benefitted from these efforts.
This property is close to the Blue Springs State RV Park.
This property has solid neighbors you will enjoy knowing.
County Water and electricity are available at the road frontage on 131.
This area is known for great deer and turkey hunting and there are plenty of both passing through this property.
The annual taxes on these 54 acres is running less than $100 per year.
Access: From Blue Springs head east on AL-10 E toward County Road 41 for 1.1 miles. Turn left onto County Road 41 and go 3.4 miles. Turn right onto AL-131 N and your destination will be on the left in 0.3 miles.