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$3,759,750 1,671 acres
Carthage, MS 39051 - Leake County

1671 Acres in Leake County

REDUCED!! From rolling hills to river bottom hardwood, this diverse property stands out among everything available today. It is highly productive in its current condition having been intensively managed for 30 years by Halfacre Consulting Inc. It has over six miles of paved road frontage, is rural and game rich while readily accessible from either Highway 25 or the Natchez Trace. It is situated in the west-central portion of Leake County and is 30 minutes from North Jackson by the Natchez Trace or Highway 25. It represents a sustained-yield management program where there is periodic income from timber sales every 2-3 years. Wonderful stands of mature hardwood throw mast for wildlife while browse and cover is scattered throughout the propert
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$267,750 150 acres
Carthage, MS 39051 - Leake County

150 acres in Leake County

This 150 +/ acres located near Carthage, MS and the Attala/ Leake County line is waiting to be transformed into a whitetail honey hole. It is currently covered with a majority of pine trees, but does have various age scattered hardwoods throughout. Approximately 20 years ago, this tract was professionally sprayed after a clear cut and replanted in pine trees. The current owners have never hunted the property, so it is ready for you! There are currently no trails or food plots in place, so it is like a blank canvas only the trees are already there. When the property was first viewed, the deer sign and trails were abundant. Access is a breeze as the property is transversed by Rocky Point Road. Dont let this property slip away.
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$85,800 44 acres
Carthage, MS 39051 - Leake County

44 Acres in Leake County

Looking for a small hunting tract or a spot to build a home or weekend cabin? This 44 +/- acre tract is located near the town of Carthage and minutes from the Natchez Trace. When you arrive, you will find a newly constructed road taking you to the eight year old stand of pine trees. Travel the property with ease along the wide, internal road system. The current age of the pines make for outstanding deer habitat and the roads offer multiple locations to plant during hunting season. The blueprint is there, all you have to decide is the direction you want to go.
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