Location: Region 11, South Alabama. Located 7 miles north of Luverne, 25 miles east of Greenville, 28 miles west of Troy, and 47 miles south of Montgomery.
Description: What a great recreation tract. The deer and turkey has not been hunt on this property in years, and the property has become a wildlife retreat. It has over 23 acres of planted pines that are over 30 years old. It is a great investment property, as well as a recreation tract. There is a pond on the property, but currently has a problem holding water. There is also a very nice building that has been renovated as a one room apartment. It has a kitchen, bath, bed, and family room, and is almost 400 sq ft of space. It has a window unit for air, and a space heater for heat. The house is partially furnished, but does include a stove, refrigerator, and microwave. There is a great wraparound porch on the back and side of the house that is over 800 sq ft under roof. The house has electricity, two deep wells, septic tank, and lighting throughout the trees. The porch overlooks the pond, and once repaired, will be a great asset to the property. The 50 +_ acres are completely fenced with barb wire, and even have cross fencing throughout the property. There are also several mature pecan trees on the property, and a locked gate to secure the property.
Recreation: You like to hunt? Deer? Turkey? This is the tract for you. There is a great road system throughout the property, and has a great place to ride horses and four-wheelers. There are several good green field locations, some mature hardwoods for food supply, and a shallow pond for water. This would also be a great place to raise cows, goats, etc. No zoning issues, low property taxes, no easements, and no ordinances make this a very desirable piece of property.
Land Map & Boundaries
Access: From Luverne, take highway 331 north and go 4.8 miles and take a left on Vernledge Road (County Road 35). Go 1 mile to dead end and turn right on to Quail Tower Road. Go .9 mile and the property will be on your left. Look for the silver gate and large magnolia tree.