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Location: East Alabama; 8.3 miles northwest of Alexander City; Auburn is 45 miles to the southeast; Birmingham is 87.5 miles to the northwest. Description: The Chesnut Tract is an excellent property for a corporate retreat or a family-hunting lodge. This tract has a two-story cabin on the property that has been completely “dried-in” and all it is waiting for is paint, flooring, and appliances. It has been built on pilings with the intention to withstand very high winds. There is a slag-covered road to the lodge and there is underground power and water already to the cabin. There is also a hook up for a travel trailer. The land consists of 14-year-old planted pines mixed with hardwood drains. There is also frontage on the south side of the property on Town Creek, which is beautiful and crystal clear. Recreation: This tract is an excellent deer and turkey-hunting tract. The timber provides excellent cover and bedding areas for the deer. Town Creek runs through the property and has a nice bottom that has many acorn producing trees. There are five food plots already in place for hunting and the drains provide good areas for stalk hunting. With the many trails on this property it would also be a good location for horseback riding.
Access: From Alexander City take Alabama Highway 63 north 2.8 miles and bear right onto Campground Road. After 2.6 miles turn right onto Town Creek Road and the Chesnut Tract will be on the left in 2.4 miles.