Large Tract Near Auburn – Young Timber – Rural Home Sites
- Rare large tract located in fast-growing northwest Lee County. 7 miles to the Auburn City limits. 20 miles to Tiger Town in Opelika.
- 2,640+- feet of frontage on a gravel county-maintained loop road (low traffic- private). 1.2 miles to the paved county road across from beautiful Hodges Vineyard.
- Excellent recreation/timber/investment opportunity.
- RECREATION: Great location, midway between lovely Lake Martin and Auburn University’s stadium.
- One of the best WILDLIFE areas to hunt white tail deer and turkey in the region.
- Scenic Bird Creek and several streams run through the land with multiple potential pond/lake sites.
- 2+ miles of woods roads and trails provide ready access to the land.
- TIMBER: 215 acres of planted improved loblolly pine ages 1-4, 60+- acres of bottomland hardwoods, and 100 acres of recently harvested land – rough and ready to start over with your plan for the land.
- Timber revenue was over $73/acre/year over the last 40 year pine plantation rotation.
- INVESTMENT: Lots of places to put house sites, both on the county road frontage – or back on the ridge near Bird Creek.
- Power available; Loachapoka water available, but 1 mile to hook up.
- About 100 miles to Birmingham, 50 miles to Columbus, GA, 57 miles to Montgomery, and 116 miles to Atlanta, GA
Investment in rural land carries risk and this offering is made with conditions.
This property is subject to prior sale, price change and withdrawal from the market without notice. Prospective buyers should understand and independently verify risk factors before making a purchase decision. Neither Cyprus Partners and our agents nor the property owner make any representation or warranty as to completeness or accuracy of maps and other information provided here. No representation or warranty is made about this property, expressed or implied, as to any above-ground or below-ground condition, boundary location, fitness for any particular use, fair market value, access, acres, zoning, mineral ownership, condition of title, or the effects on property use from the actions of any government agency.