Tutt Land Company is proud to present the Longleaf Tract. This 80- acre property is located west of Troy in Pike County. This property is comprised of 5-year-old longleaf plantation, hardwood Smz, two creeks, high & dry topography, and plenty of recreational opportunities.
This tract features 46 acres +/- of longleaf pine plantations, these plantations were planted in January of 2017 and are showing lots of promise in their 5th growing season. These trees have been managed with prescribed fire and are currently scheduled for a burn within the next year. Fire lanes are in place and will need to be touched up before the next burn. Tracts with longleaf are special, it lends a landowner the opportunity to manage a stand of timber with a focus on wildlife habitat from an early age. When young stands of longleaf are managed with fire the understory vegetation that can be created is far superior to the understory in most pre-merchantable loblolly stands in terms of wildlife habitat. Longleaf is a slower growing tree in terms of timber production but can also have potential to be leased for pine straw production/leases.
The balance of the property is hardwood SMZ with two creeks. These hardwood bottoms create a diverse landscape for local wildlife. There are several locations along either creeks that have potential to be good pond sites. The topography would allow for a nice sized pond to be constructed near the center of the tract.
The topography of the tract is level to gently rolling with the highest elevations occurring at 400'. The large percentage of high ground on this property would give a new owner multiple options on where to build a home or hunting camp. This would be an excellent property for a family looking for a weekend getaway and long-term timber investment.
The Longleaf tract has approximately 560' of paved road frontage on county road 2214, and 2,365' of frontage on county road 2213, a county maintained gravel road. This property lies 8.6 miles west of Troy, 45 miles south of Montgomery, 11 miles east of Luverne, 41 miles north of Enterprise, and 120 miles north of the beaches in Panama City.
Power is available on the east boundary and south boundary where it fronts the road. For more information or to schedule a showing on this beautiful Pike County property, call Dalton Dalrymple or send an email.