Welcome to a turnkey hunting and recreational property located in an area known to produce some of the largest whitetails in the state! This 595+/- acres has all of the components to provide excellent recreational opportunities with a diversified timber investment. The property is located in the north-central portion of Lamar County just south of Beaverton and Sulligent. Easy access from major interstates and highways puts this tract at an hour and a half commute northwest from either Birmingham or Tuscaloosa. Tupelo and Starkville, Mississippi are roughly an hour commute from the tract.
The tract features ample road frontage with paved and dirt frontage along four individual county roads making for easy access from multiple points of entry across the tract. The multiple roads also divide the whole tract into three tracts with the largest contiguous tract being 373+/- acres that contains the cabin. The next largest contiguous tract is 183+/- acres leaving a standalone 39+/- acres. The Seller is willing to consider dividing the whole tract into two parcels with one parcel consisting of the cabin and 373+/- acres and the remaining parcel consisting of the 222+/- acres on the south side of Church Road.
Nestled back in the trees off of Blue Bird Road lies the cabin, parking awning and covered equipment shed with a shipping container. With all the conveniences of home, the cabin is the prefect size for a family retreat or hunting camp. Built in 2013, the wood frame cabin contains just over 1,100 square feet of finished area with an unfinished loft in the attic. Inside there are two bedrooms, one full bathroom, a laundry/mud room and an open kitchen and living room. Beautiful wooden beams, walls, floors and finishing give the cabin the rustic accents with all of the modern-day convenience like a washer and dryer, kitchen appliances and satellite television.
This tract is setup for hunting and recreation! On top of the abundance of public road frontage with multiple access points, there are miles of internal roads that leave the cabin and head throughout the property making for multiple access points to food plots, hardwood bottoms, pine ridges and other points of interest. The whole property has a diverse mixture of wildlife habitat and has plenty of food, water and cover to hold and grow mature whitetail deer. Bogue Creek traverses the north-central portion of the 373+/- acres with the cabin providing a year-round water source for the wildlife. A couple of wet areas along the creek can also serve as a wood duck hole when the conditions are right. The timber on the 373+/- acres is a mixture of merchantable and pre-merchantable pine plantation with mixed hardwood ridges, draws and bottoms. The differences in timber and cover create several pockets of edge funnels with mast producing hardwoods for the deer and turkey leading from bedding to food and vice versa. Gently rolling terrain breaks up the 373+/- acres and gives it the feel of an even larger tract. There are five food plots on the 373+/- acres that are strategically located and designed to have easy access and supplement the wildlife in specific areas of the tract. Four large shooting houses with propane heating are located on food plots throughout the 373+/- acres and are included with the property.
The 222+/-acres located on the south side of Church Road is divided by Clay Road creating a 39+/- acre tract and a 183+/- acre tract. The 183+/- acres also has a vast internal road system with multiple points of access off of Church Road and Clay Road. The timber on the 183+/- acres is a mixture of pre-merchantable pine plantation, mixed hardwoods in the drains and creek bottom and pockets of natural regeneration on the south side. There is a lot of cover on this tract due to the ages of the stands and therefore there is also an abundance of deer sign with rubs, trails and tracks throughout. Four total shooting houses are located on this parcel with three located on the large food plots are strategically located across the tract. Gently rolling terrain across the 183+/- acres creates several pinch points and funnels along the hardwood drains as well as a couple of potential pond sites. Brush Creek also traverses the southeastern portion of the 183+/- acres.
The remaining 39+/- acres has road frontage along Church Road and Clay Road with primary access from Clay Road. An internal road that also serves as a fire-break traverses much of the tract as the property is mostly pre-merchantable pine plantation. One food plot with a shooting house is located on the southwestern portion of the tract. The pre-merchantable pine plantation on this parcel as well as the overall tract is well suited to provide good bedding cover as well as potential return on investment in the future. The mixture and diversity of habitat, mixed-age stands of timber, food plots, roads, cabin and overall turnkey nature make this property special since you can spend more of your time enjoying recreating and admiring all of the work and grooming that has been already been done.
The property is shown strictly by appointment only. Please call Lee Gantt or Shaun Lee for more information or to arrange a private showing.
Lamar County Road 77
- Central HVAC
- Food Plots
- Hardwood Floors
- Road Frontage
- Storage Building
- Water Well