The Upper Mcinnis Creek Tract
Description: This is a fine property with a lot to offer. It has a couple of nice pond sites that are tributaries of Black’s Creek. One of which could easily support a 6-8 acre pond. There are several good options for homesites overlooking these sites. Although most of this tract is hardwood there are roughly 25 or more acres of older marketable pines. There are some very scenic hardwood bottoms and mixed upland drainages throughout this tract of timber. There are a couple of small outbuildings near the center of the property. A good road system runs throughout this tract. There is a deeded easement that begins at a locked gate on Dale County Road 206 that runs less than 100 feet into The Upper McInnis Tract. A lot of this 120-acre tract is merchantable timber of mostly hardwood. There is very good wood on this property so I consider this a good timber investment.
Recreation: This is a hunting and getting back to nature tract. If building memories with your kids and grandkids is on the list then is a must-see.
Location: This tract is 4.5 miles from Ariton, 12 miles from Ozark, and 11 miles from Skipperville.
Access: Go east on AL-51 for .9 miles. Then turn left onto County Road 72 for 1.3 miles. Veer right onto County Road 95 and .6 miles. Turn left onto County Road 206 and the property will be on the right in .8 miles.
CONTACT INFORMATION: Tom Connell 334.372.1888 email@example.com