If you are looking for a secluded piece of recreational ground where the blacktop ends you have found it! Made up almost entirely of woodlands this property is a great example of what a mixed hard and softwood stand should be. Various tree species dot the ridgetops and bottomland draws with white-oak, mature pine, and hickory to name a few. Pockets of cedar and younger pine on limited portions of the property offer exceptional bedding and security cover for the wildlife. A small secluded pond provides a fantastic hidden water source. This unique track offers a lot of topographic diversity for its size with multiple ridges and draws to funnel the wildlife. Government-owned land borders the property on much of the north and west borders with a portion of Calicut Road to the South. Large tracts of neighboring pasture and row crop also contribute to the unique make-up of the area. Superb mid-size properties like this are in demand, call today and schedule your showing.
- Approximately 20 miles from Oxford
- Approximately 70 miles from Memphis, TN
- Densely wooded habitat
- Whitetail deer, wild turkey, and small game opportunities
- Diverse terrain and tree composition
- Partially bordered by USA Forrest Land
- Holly Springs National Forrest and Wall Doxey State Park nearby
- Sardis Reservoir and Recreation area and trail system nearby
- Paved road access
- Undeveloped opportunity
- Old homesite on the property
- Seller to retain all currently owned mineral rights
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