Westville Plantation is located in southwest Holmes County near the town of Westville along State Road 181. The 1,223 acre tract is a diverse mixture of merchantable pine plantations, pre-merchantable pine plantations, oak groves, ponds and hardwood bottomland. The internal road system affords excellent access and coverage of the property. The tract has paved road frontage along State Road 181 for a distance of 1.2 miles and paved road frontage along County Road 179 for a distance of.35 miles.
Most of the small ponds are all wooded with varying degrees of open water and are excellent waterfowl habitat. Paul Pond, is a 20 acre open deep water lake that is shared by the ownership of Westville Plantation and an adjoining landowner. Mud Pond is a 6 acre pond with a mixture of timber and open water.
2013 Loblolly Pine Plantation 472 acres1999 un-thinned Loblolly Pine Plantation 42 acres1995 un-thinned Slash Pine Plantation 23 acresHardwood/Cypress 642 acresMud Pond & Paul Pond 21 acresGame Food Plots 13 acresPower Line ROW 9 acres
The multiple forest cover types on this property creates excellent wildlife habitat for wild turkey and whitetail deer and to top it all off, 6+ large maintained game food plots. Many of the wetland ponds adjoin oak hammocks, creating the perfect place for the waterfowl enthusiast.
Directions to Land
From the intersection of Interstate 10 and County Road 279, (Caryville-Exit 104) travel north on County Road 279 for approximately 1 mile and turn left on US 90. Continue on US 90 for approximately 2.5 miles and turn right onto County Road 179A. Continue on County Road 179A for approximately 3/10 mile and turn left onto State Road 181. Continue along State Road 181 for approximately 1 mile and look for SALE sign on the right. SHOWINGS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.