1100+/- Acres of big timber along beautiful Saugahatchee Creek
Very hard to find a tract like this one so close to Auburn, Alabama. Set in Tallapoosa county just south of Lake Martin, this tract consists of 1100+/- acres with a large timber value, not to mention the superb hunting and recreational possibilities.
Long before there were settlers the Creek Indians hunted and foraged along the Tallapoosa River basins and many of larger streams and creeks such as Saugahatchee Creek. With the plentiful food these areas provided, it’s no wonder this area drew people form far and wide to farm and hunt the fertile soils.
This tract has over 2 miles of creek frontage on the Saugahatchee and over a mile of creek frontage along Sycamore Creek. There is an good road system throughout the property as well as several green fields which provide the added food for deer and turkey in the fall and winter months. This tract has been professionally managed for timber for many years and it is evident in the quality of the pine timber stands. There is an abundant timber value in the upland pine stands as well as the bottoms which consists of many varieties of hardwood.
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So, if you are looking for a great timber investment with a huge recreational upside, this tract(s) is for you. Call us today for more information regarding this tract and to set up your private showing today!
Unnamed Road, Notasulga, AL 36866, USA
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