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130 acres, more or less, timber/hunting tract located in south Tippah County on CR 701 (Old Cotton Gin Road) and, as the crow flies, 8 miles south of Ripley, 10 miles northeast of New Albany & Tupelo is some 25 miles to the southeast.
The timber was clear-cut in 2007 & has being naturally regenerated with a solid stand of new growth dominated by mixed hardwoods. There is about a 2 acre open meadow running along a spring fed creek that provides the deer, turkey & small game that you will find here an attractive area to feed. You will note a shooting house overlooking this field on some of our pics. There are other small food plots scattered throughout plus other semi-open patches left from the timber harvest that could easily be converted into other food plots. The topography sets up great for a nice size lake should that fit into your plans. There is already a small pond on the property (see topo map) but the levee is in need of repair to restore it to the original acre or so size. Also, there are a number of good sites for a cabin or home that provide a panoramic view of the property.
Currently, access to the interior of this tract is by an old abandoned county road (see aerial & topo) that is in fair condition. This road will connect you a good system of interior roads/trails that are passable by ATVs that should readily assist in meeting your management & recreational goals. Direct access off of CR 701 to the interior will require a little dirt work but is very doable. And the property is surrounded Molag Timberprop, LLC, (RMK), and this 1,100+ acres provides an excellent buffer for privacy & enhanced wildlife habitat.
This is one of those properties that does not have much "eye appeal" to the casual or drive-by market but, for those with vision, patience & who are willing to put in a little sweat equity, this tract can provide you and/or your family a wonderful place to spend quality time together with nature. And, given that most landowners here in NE Mississippi tend to replant to pines, you will not only have a place that does not look commercialized, but one that should give you a solid financial return as hardwood prices move upward in the long term as expected.
All on site inspections must be approved by broker.
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