NEW GREEN GENERATION!
Hunt, hike, build, grow trees here! This one has been in family hands since 1974! Multiple stream management zones (SMZ’s) – hardwood lined spring branches. This tract has been managed for timber and wildlife for decades. Outside of the stream management zones, the property was clear-cut in 2019 and replanted with new 2021 loblolly pine seedlings. Also, the current owner has invested in a new February 2021 survey. In total, the current owner has recently invested significantly in reforestation and new survey. Watch your new timber grow – in a few years you will have a nice new sea of green, creating some great bedding areas for your deer population!
Available in 3 configurations – this 152.78 acres west of the county road, 98.3 acres (UNDER CONTRACT) east of the county road with old farmhouse and named creek frontages or the entire 251.08 acres (98 AC UNDER CONTRACT – 152 AC AVAILABLE).
This is a fantastic hunting, recreational, and timber production property coming out of long-time, out-of-state family hands!
Multiple spring branches / hardwood swaths.
Newly reforested (February 2021) with 3rd generation loblolly pine seedlings outside of the hardwood drains.
The current owner has proactively invested in a new survey ($4,000) and reforestation ($24,384).
Build your cabin or retirement dream home on one of the many the hilltops / shoulders or choose many other potential building sites.
Potential to use an old artesian well setup – call Agent for details.
Check out the Vintage Topo map (upper right menu on the map above) – lots of hilltops / shoulders for some great views.
Craft this one your way – how about some vineyards, orchards, green fields, off-road biking, ATV, horse trails?
Due to healthy populations, note that Clay County is one of only six counties in the entire state with Spring and Fall turkey seasons! Turkey season info here.
Nice quiet rural area – property is surrounded by other large landowners.
Very close to the 28,000+ acre Hollins Wildlife Management Area connected to thousands of additional acres of Talladega National Forest lands – hunt, hike, fish, enjoy these National Forest lands for a lifetime! Famous Pinhoti Trail nearby – walk to Maine from here!
Basic Timber Profile
This 152.78 acres on the west side of Berry Patch road minus hardwood Stream Management Zones (spring branch SMZ’s) was clear-cut in 2019. Owner has reforested – professional site preparation and genetically improved loblolly pines planted in February, 2021.
Per survey 2,079′ of maintained, hard pack Berry Patch Road with power & phone lines.
Electricity, landline phone at road.
Meet Don here. Once on Google Maps, enter your starting point.
0 Berry Patch Road, Goodwater, AL 35072
- Ag Land
- Mountain View
- Road Frontage