824 acres +/- of deer and quail hunting land for sale in Perry County, Alabama. This property is unique in what it offers for the sportsman and landowner, and with diverse habitat for the wildlife. The soils are classic fertile Black Belt soils, and the terrain is relatively flat over the property, with a gentle roll. There are about 240 acres +/- combined of of row crop land and food plots. There are stands of hardwoods and planted pines, along with some volunteer field pines. Many large areas of sage and cedars provide ample cover for quail. In recent years, the property has been primarily used for deer and quail hunting. I was told the fence was constructed with the intent of keeping the hunting dogs on the property. There have been no deer with improved genetics introduced into the enclosure to our knowledge. The fence line will need some maintenance if the new owner intends to use it for improving the deer herd.
Improvements- Every sporting property needs a place to stay, and this farm has a camphouse that is not overstated. On the lower level is a master bedroom with its own bathroom, living room, bathroom, and kitchen. Upstairs is an open loft that will sleep 3-4 guests. A separate small trailer with two bedrooms and one bath could be improved and would sleep a couple more guests. There is a large pole barn for equipment. Hunting has always been a main concern for this property, and the kennel has 12 enclosures for your hunting dogs. A small stable has 3-4 stalls for your horses and there is a fenced area in front of the stables for the horses. A water well provides water to the kennels and stables. There are also several small quail houses for holding the birds until it is time to hunt. A good network of internal roads and trails leads you throughout the tract. Small watering holes have been strategically located around the tract to provide water for your dogs as they hunt and for the wildlife. Washington Creek is a large creek that flows through the property, providing a year-round water source.
Income Producing– There are approximately 200 acres currently in row crop production. The farm land is leased to a local farmer for $60 per acre per year ($12,000). There is a written lease in place for 2021 already. This farming income is more than enough to cover the approximately $2450 in property taxes annually, and still allow you to have money for property maintenance or planting of your food plots. There is also a large electric transmission power line on the property, and this geographic area has seen a good bit of interest from companies as a location for future solar projects. There is potential to lease some of the acreage to a solar company if the new owner wanted to pursue that possibility.
Legal Description– There are 824 acres +/- all under high fence in 4 tax parcels. The property is located in Township 18N, Range 7E, Sections 5 and 6, and Township 19N, Range 7E, Sections 31 and 32. Perry County Tax Assessor Parcel ID#’s 2003060000001000, 2003050000001000, 1309320000005000, 1309310000003000.
Location: The farm is located in Perry County between Marion and Uniontown on Highway 183. It is easily accessible from bigger cities, being 58 miles from Tuscaloosa, 82 miles to Birmingham, 67 miles to Prattville, 77 miles to Montgomery, 88 miles to Meridian, MS, 156 miles to Mobile, 31 miles to Selma, and 180 miles to Pensacola. Showings of this property are strictly by appointment only with 24 hours advanced notice please. For more information or to schedule your visit, please contact Jonathan Goode at 334-247-2005.
Us Highway 183, Marion, AL 36756
- Ag Land
- Food Plots
- Road Frontage
- Storage Building
- Water Well