Welcome to a large and unique land offering nestled in southwestern Walker County roughly ten miles southwest of the City of Jasper. The property is well-located within a 10-15 minute drive from Interstate 22. Accessibility to both Birmingham and Tuscaloosa is good with both cities being located within a 50 mile range or roughly one hour drive time. The property is located near the famed Wolf Creek in an area that has been known to produce some of the top-end deer in the state every year. There is a significant amount of road frontage along the property boundaries with ingress and egress via several locked gates off of both Coal Valley Road and Pleasant Hill Road.
Once inside the gates, you will find a highly diverse landscape ranging from duck swamps and hardwood wetlands along the creeks to rolling plantation pine ridges and valleys with views for miles abound. The sheer size and overall diversity of the tract creates a wildlife sanctuary with a multitude of recreational opportunities. There are multiple foodplots strategically located throughout the tract and the deer and turkey hunting is excellent! The northern portion of the tract features 300+/- acres of merchantable pine plantation that transitions into 500+/- acres of reclamation that is being planted in pine plantation as of January of 2017. The young plantation will provide ample bedding and cover for the wildlife as well as implement a future return on investment in conjunction with the timber management already in-place. A good internal road system traverses the entire tract and provides key access as well as several miles of travel for recreational atv/utv riding. There are 13 individual ponds located across the property that offer fishing, canoeing and duck hunting potential. The ponds and wetland areas along Cane Creek and Horse Creek commonly hold wood ducks and divers but also attract mallards and other big ducks at certain times. The southern portion of the tract is primarily composed of merchantable pine plantation with some mixed hardwood ridges and bottoms. These transitional zones are loaded with deer and deer sign as there is plenty of food, water and cover nearby. According to the seller, there are multiple coveys of wild quail on the property as they have managed the land and timber to promote a wide variety of habitat for the wildlife. The property is shown by appointment only. Please call Lee Gantt for more information or to request a private showing.
Pleasant Hill Rd, Townley, AL 35587
- Food Plots
- Mountain View
- Road Frontage