SIGNIFICANT PRICE REDUCTION OF OR PER ACRE.
LOCATION: North Pike County below the Bullock County line at Saco
SIZE: 342 +/- acres with level and rolling topography
LAND USE: Top-notch deer, turkey, and fishing with a potential duck impoundment. The
timber is managed for both recreation and investment purposes.
TIMBER COVERS: 85% in timber with mature hardwood and various ages of planted pine
ROAD FRONTAGE: About 1/3 mile of paved road frontage on State Hwy 223 and over a mile
on CR 6608 which is a county maintained gravel road.
STRUCTURES: Very nice steel and metal Ole Barn constructed in 2012 with power and well
water. 1/3rd of the barn is enclosed for equipment storage with two roll up doors and there is
concrete floors throughout the entire structure.
INTERNAL ROADS: Several miles of year round access roads as well as fire lanes around the
planted pines and extra ATV trails.
WATER: 4.5 acre lake intensely managed by Southeastern Pond Management. The lake was
stocked three years ago with F-1 Fighting Tiger Bass, Shell cracker and Hybrid Blue Gill Bream,
and Grass Carp. The lake is spring fed and creek fed that is a tributary from the Conecuh River.
Additionally, there are 3 acres in natural duck habitat in the NE corner off the Conecuh River
which would be ideal for a duck impoundment.
GAME MANGEMENT: There is several food plots strategically placed for trophy game using a
blend from the Whitetail Institute. Several plots are planted in the summer for an extra food
source and the deer have been managed to QDMA standards. The turkeys have been managed to
NWTF standards and chufa fields have been planted for the last four years.
HISTORICAL: Family property of the late W.J. Sorrell with rich history chosen by Alabama
Department of Conservation Game and Fish Division for 1958 restocking of deer and turkey. Rich with Indian artifacts, it is evident the Creek Indians utilized
the land over the centuries.
AGENT: property was Mr. Jeff Sorrell’s “Holy Ground.” He searched many hundreds
of tracts for the right topography and ideal soil conditions to grow enormous
hardwood and pine. Over the years this tract has been manicured and well taken
care of by successive generations. The hunting is superb and there has been
little pressure. It has never been subject to a hunting club and has been in the
Sorrell Family since the 1930’s. There are many artesian wells located
throughout and an array of pond sites to choose from. For more information on
the rich history and the schedule of maintenance on Rio Saco Plantation please
call or e-mail John or.