150 acres +/- of Hunting Land in Sumter County, AL
150 acres +/- of land for sale in the Boyd community of Sumter County, Alabama.This property offers a great mixture of mature hardwoods and pines, and pine plantation that will soon need another thinning. The mixture of natural hardwoods and pines makes up about 44 acres +/, there are about 15 acres +/- of young cut over with natural regeneration for wildlife bedding, and about 76 acres +/- of pine plantation. The owner has received a timber value estimate of more than $250,000 on the property. A great internal road system allows you to access the whole property, and you can ride almost all of the perimeter of the property on the woods roads. The north part of the property would be a good spot to build a camp house, or use as a primary residence in the country.
This area is well-known for offering exceptional deer and turkey hunting. There are 5 shooting houses, and 4 food plots for feeding the wildlife.The owner says one of the shooting houses on the property was there the first time he visited the land in the mid 1970's, which would make this one of the oldest hunting houses in West Alabama. The turkey hunting here is outstanding, and calling up a gobbler in these pretty hardwoods would be a real treat in the springtime. . The adjoining property on the east and south are owned by a large timber company, and were recently clear cut. This will offer bedding areas for the deer, and they can come onto your 150 acres to feed. Power is available on the north end of the property.
Legal Description:The property consists of 5 tax parcels, and it is located in Township 9N, Range 3W, Sections 22 and 27. Sumter County Tax Assessor Parcel ID's # 60-19-05-22-0-000-006.010, 60-19-08-27-0-000-001.000, 60-19-08-27-0-000-001.000, 60-19-08-27-0-000-001.020, and 60-19-08-27-0-000-003.000.
Location:The property is accessed from Sumter County Road 12 in Boyd., Alabama 35470. The land is located 7 miles west of Livingston, and is easily accessed via Exit 17 off Interstate 20/59. The tract is easily accessible from nearby cities: 37 miles to Meridian, MS, 67 miles to Tuscaloosa, 35 miles to Demopolis, 118 miles to Birmingham, and 167 miles to Mobile.