From the intersection of I-65 Exit # 208 at Clanton (9 minutes to the start of the deeded easement). From I-65 Exit # 208, head east toward the Coosa River on County Road # 28 for 5.8 miles. Take a left on dirt County Road 465 and go 0.3 miles to a small woods road on your left which is the start of the deeded easement. Look for the Cyprus Partners sign. The gate here is locked, so call the agent for access information. A 4-wheel drive pickup or ATV should be used from here to view the property. From here it is about 3,100 feet to the south line of the property. A 2nd Cyprus Partners sign is at the second gate on the south property line. You are welcome to look on your own. Take the printed brochure with you that has an aerial photo and topo map (available from CyprusPartners.com). Or, call the agent, Tom Brickman, 205-936-2160, to arrange a visit or for more information.
This property is located in east-central Chilton County, Alabama, about 5 miles east of the town of Clanton, and about 9 minutes from I-65 Exit # 208 to the start of the deeded easement
Access is on a 60-foot-wide deeded easement that runs about 3,100 feet from County Road 465 to the southeast corner (perpetual right of ingress and egress with right to install utilities)
Lots of water! The property fronts for about ¼ mile on Walnut Creek, a large fast-flowing creek that flows into the Coosa River about 2.8 miles downstream from the property. It also has about 6,700 feet on two un-named blue-line creeks.
There is a beautiful 20-foot tall waterfall on one of the creeks (see topo map for location).
There is a potential 25-acre lake site. Construction would require a small accommodation from the neighbor to the east, geo-tech verification and approval from various government agencies
Good timber investment. There are about 113 acres of mature pine seed-trees left after the final harvest about 6-years ago of a planted pine stand. These acres have seeded in nicely with volunteer pine.
Good hunting land. There are 7 green-fields and about 80 acres of mature hardwood timber. These hardwood stands are adjacent to the young pine stands, making for great deer and turkey habitat (there are about 3.4 miles of hardwood / young pine “edge”). We saw plenty of deer and turkey tracks in the roads
Prospective buyers may view the property on their own (download the brochure that contains a topo map and aerial photo and take it with you). Call the agent for access arrangements. Or, line up a guided tour with the listing agent, Tom Brickman, at 205-936-2160