Three Mile Creek Farm
Agriculture, Hunting, and Timber this one has them all!
Three Mile Creek Farm is a 404+/- acre farm that is located in South Crenshaw County, AL, and just one mile from the Conecuh River. It has been primarily used for farming and timberland for many years. The sandy loam soils make this high quality farmland. Gently rolling terrain throughout along with natural stands of mature timber are second to none. Swamp Chestnuts, white oaks, and hickory are plentiful, and provide tremendous mast crops for all the wildlife. The mast crop coupled with the native browse, and agriculture taking place provide lots of food to sustain and hold high numbers of deer and turkey. The habitat is exceptional with creek bottoms, fields, and hardwood ridges all offering plenty of picturesque opportunities to harvest the trophy you have always dreamed of. Waterfowl could also be hunted with a wet weather pond that could be used for a duck pond. If you like fishing and water sports Gantt Lake, Point A, and the Conecuh River are all minutes away and offer excellent fishing and recreation as well. A winding internal road system will carry you throughout this remarkable place. There is income potential from the current farming lease that can be renewed if the new owner chooses. Paved road frontage on HWY 29 and Lester Bell Road. Power is available at the road front.