Located just west of Hattiesburg and north of US Highway 98 on Monroe Creek Road, this 188 acre property is ideally situated for a family estate, future development, and continued appreciation. The property has Frontage on Monroe Creek Road as well as Harless Road.
This property was purchased just after Hurricane Katrina by a local family, cleaned up, and planted in Longleaf Pine. In the heart of the property is an area devoted to equestrian activity. Three multi-use buildings were put in place. The first is a small single bedroom, single bath cottage with a living area and kitchenette. A large covered porch for family gatherings was added onto the side. The second building is a stable/tack room. And the third is a barn/shed for equipment storage. All this is adjacent to a 6-acre pasture. The soils across this property are suitable to pasture conversion if the next owner would like, and the current age of the plantation pine makes this relatively easy.
One of the more interesting features is a large potential lake site in the center of the property. Soil studies and engineering studies would be needed to verify suitability. But its positioning, watershed, and topography appear appropriate. Sumrall schools. Asking million. All questions are welcome. Call Tim Carley at.