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Type or UseHunting
FOR SALE RUSSELL Co. ALABAMA 975+/- ACRES LOCATION: Southwest Russell Co. 2 miles east of Hurtsboro. SIZE: 975+/- Acres. TERRAIN: Gently rolling, elevations range from 290/ft in creek bottoms to 375/ft on ridges. Hannon clay loam soils on upland sites currently in natural + 16yr loblolly with a mix of mature longleaf and shortleaf. Kinston and Mantachie clay in drains currently in mature hardwood-pine mix. LAND USE: Hunting recreation timber and real estate investment. The + 16yr natural pine regeneration has recently had a pre-commercial thinning and some stands a commercial thinning to enhance timber growth and wildlife habitat. PRICE: $2,730,000. ($2,800 per acre) AGENT: Jerry Joe Ingram SPECIAL FEATURES: • Excellent location, paved County road frontage, located near the historic hamlet of Hurtsboro and surrounded by some of the premier quail hunting plantations in the Southeast. • Good soil site indexes for pine and hardwood timber production. The majority of the pine timber stands on this property will go through a major timber class change over the next 5 to 10 years changing from pine pulp to pine chip-n-saw and saw timber • Stands of natural old growth longleaf/shortleaf pine thinned for ideal quail habitat with natural longleaf regeneration and mature hardwoods in creek bottoms further add to wildlife diversity and aesthetics and also make this property an excellent return on investment. • The pine stands have been thinned, cleared of underbrush and regularly burned making exceptional deer, turkey and quail habitat. • Superb all around hunting. The Hurtsboro area of Russell Co. has some of the best deer and turkey hunting and boasts the largest concentration of wild quail plantations in the state. • Creeks in hardwood bottoms and a 7+/- acre fish pond provide a good water resource for wildlife. • New improved internal road system, maintained fire lanes and current property boundary survey.
Call Agent: Jerry Joe Ingram 334-300-4273