The William B. Land Estate is a scenic property with excellent opportunities, including hunting, fishing and timber production, enhanced by a 3-bedroom house with lovely views. The property is in east-central Alabama along Hatchechubee Creek, less than a mile from where it runs into the Chattahoochee River on the Georgia-Alabama line. Hatchechubbee Creek State Park, where there is a public boat ramp, is less than a mile from the property.
Directly to the north of the property, there is public US Army Corps of Engineers land along Hatchechubbee Creek. While there are several spots where the property boundary does go to the the creek’s edge, the public land can be used for hunting and crossed for additional creek access. The creek is a serene and beautiful place with excellent fishing for Crappie, Largemouth Bass , White Bass, Hybrid Bass and other species. In the northeast corner of the property, a steep bluff looking over the creek provides a beautiful view.
The property has been managed for timber production in the past. There are approximately 123 acres of 4-year old Long Leaf Pine on old field sites in the property’s interior. About 92 acres of upland in the west and southwest portion of the property have recently been harvested and are ready for regeneration. There is about 97 acres of upland and mixed hardwoods along the creeks and Corps of Engineers’ boundary. The remaining timber is a 29-acre stand of 18-year-old, recently thinned Loblolly Pine.
On one of the highest points on the property, at about 400 ft, the house offers some of the finest views in the area. From the front porch, there is a panoramic view of the Hatchechubee Creek Valley and an open field area where deer and turkeys come to feed. The house is approximately 2,100 sq. ft. large with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Large front and side porches encourage outdoor relaxing and enjoyment of the views. A two-car carport and several outbuildings, including a double pole barn and double shed, provide storage and the possibility of many different uses. The house is served by city water, the public electric grid and a private septic system.