Triple Field River
Description: This stunning private farm is approximately 280 acres. It consists of 63 acres between three fields that are fine row crop land that borders the Conecuh River cypress and hardwood bottoms. This timber makes up most of the property and includes over 100 Sawtooth Oaks that are planted at field edges and appear to be 10-12 years of age. The cultivated fields are revenue-producing and make this a self-sustainable investment.
This property also offers 16-17 acres of open land where horses were once kept and could easily be returned to a grazable state. There is a sizeable duck pond that has produced many times I am told. There are four well-placed spacious two-person shooting houses. Some have stairs and are safe looking for kids and older people. This farm has a charming home site with electricity in the middle of the fields and is surrounded by mature pecan trees. This makes it a choice spot for a home not to mention it is more than 800 feet out of any flood zone. The old home site has a deep well and power and has all the privacy you could ask for. There also is a good pond site on the north end of the farm with a good cabin or home site in the woods for even more privacy if needed. Fiber optic internet is available and can be installed for $1,500-2,500 depending on where you decide to build.
Recreation: The sprawling river bottoms that run continuously from the headwaters in Bullock County create and provide unbelievable wildlife habitat through Pike and beyond. Over the last 25 years, I have had the opportunity to observe the deer health and genetics more on this river drainage than any other in my 15 county area. This means literally thousands of game camera pictures over multiple seasons and multiple farms helping me formulate a valid opinion on the hunting potential. I have no pictures yet from this farm but many from up and downstream. Deer and turkey hunting is known to be fantastic in this region. This is largely due to agriculture, good habitat, and the good management practiced by the large neighboring landowners. This farm is part of this vast sanctuary for mature deer. When hunting pressure ensues the mature deer resort to their safe haven, the river. There is also a duck pond on the SE end of the property.
Location: This property is 5.2 miles from Goshen, 8.5 miles from Troy, and 14.5 miles from Luverne, Al.
Access: From the Pizza Hut in Troy go north on Hwy 231 for one-tenth of a mile. Then take a left on West US 29 on the overpass and go 5.6 miles. Finally, take a left onto County Road 25 and the road will dead-end into the property.