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Troup Tract Hunting And Timber Land

State Line Road : Hogansville, GA 03240

Troup County, Georgia

400 Acres
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Land Description

The Troup Tract is a recreational dream property with excellent hunting and proximity to West Point Lake. In addition, young pine plantations offer opportunity for investment. The property falls on the state boundary of mid-east Alabama and mid-west Georgia in the piedmont region. There is a very narrow strip of US Army Corps of Engineer's land that separates this tract from Wehadkee Creek, a part of West Point Lake. The lake is a 25,864 acre reservoir with excellent boating and fishing opportunities. There are multiple access points to the lake, some within minutes from the property. Many public parks grace its 525 miles of shoreline and nearly 9,000 acres of Wildlife Management Areas are open to hunting.

Overall, the property is hilly and rocky, in places. Approximately 85% of the acreage is suitable for forestry operations with the remainder either in streamside protection zone or too steep to support equipment. The soil is well drained with low erodibility. The creek running though the tract has water during periods of normal rain fall. The highest peak of the tract is currently open and has a wonderful view of nearly the entire tract. The property offers opportunity for an off-grid cabin from which one can hike, ride ATVs and enjoy the neighboring West Point Lake. The hunting on the tract is excellent due to existing and maintained game food plots and 2-3 miles of internal roads. The area is prime for hunting deer, turkey and rabbit.

Most of the property (352 acres) is loblolly pine plantations established in 2003, 2014, and 2015. These plantations were established using advanced genetics for productivity and form and were planted at a stocking of 605 trees/acre. The 2003 plantation is reaching merchantability and could be ready for thinning within the next couple of years. Both the 2014 and 2015 plantations are exhibiting good growth and should be ready for commercial thinning at or near age 14 or 15. Once thinned, they can be allowed to grow into high value forest products, thinned a second or third time and liquidated when market conditions are most favorable. The value attributed to the premerchantable pine plantations on the Troup Tract is $103,000. There are also approximately 61 acres of mature mixed pine and hardwood stands.

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Directions to Land

From LaGrange, Georgia, head west on GA HWY 109 toward Alabama. Turn north (right) onto Rock Mills Road and continue for about 8 miles until you reach the community of Glenn. Turn left onto McCosh Mill Road and continue southwest for about 3 miles. Turn left (south) onto State Line Road. Head south for about half of a mile. The tract will then be on both sides of the road.

More Land Details

Mixed Use Zoning
Gently Rolling Terrain
Gravel Road Access
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