Complete with livable brick house, barns, equipment shelter and misc. outbuildings this property is steeped in Taylor County history. Long time pride of ownership is evident in well kept grounds with upscale country ambience. Almost 90% of the property is well managed timberland with investment grade planted pines and pretty hardwoods. A 40 acre block of textbook planted Longleaf pines is 4 years old and painstakingly groomed for pine straw production in the not too distant future. This income should come close to offsetting property taxes when that time comes. Hardwoods are substantially located along stretches of 2 spring fed flowing creeks which are property boundaries on north and east. A manicured fish pond complements a number of outdoor activities: Deer and turkey hunting is excellent, several coveys of wild Quail suggest pointing dog/puppy grounds and the pond is a natural site for working a retriever. Open areas give thoughts of dove shooting fields. NOTE that owners will divide - Main house and 34 (+-) acres with creek front north of road and across road 230 (+-) acres creeks, timberland, pond, mobile home, etc. Neighbors include forest land owners and farmers in this coveted area of Taylor County.
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