Welcome to this beautiful 168+/- ac property located in south Macon County near the Bullock County line. The property is only a few miles from one of the south’s oldest quail hunting plantations, Sedgefield Plantation. This tract is situated on C.R. 16 a county maintained paved road with utilities available. Proximity to Montgomery and Auburn is about a 30-35 minute drive. Once inside the gate of the property you are greeted with large open pastures making up about 55 acres of this tract that would be great for a good herd of cattle or for farming crops. The remainder of the property consist of roughly 90 acres of mature hardwood and pine mix great for attracting deer and turkey there is plenty of timber on the to be able to thin some areas and recoup some of the initial investment. Two areas of the property consisting of about 25 acres was cut 6-7 years ago and makes for great bedding/cover for the wildlife to live right on the property. There is nice creek that runs through the property as well as a acre and a half pond stocked with bass and bream for fishing with the family. The property is fenced and had cattle on it a couple years back. This area is known for producing big whitetail deer as you can see from one of the pictures of the deer horns I found near the pond while out walking the property. The large open fields with hardwoods that boarder them make for great turkey habitat as well. This would make a great farm for enjoying the outdoors with activities for the entire family. Shown by appointment only.
345 Co Rd 16, Tuskegee, AL 36083, USA
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