LOCATION: Elmore County on Rifle Range Road (CR4) off Hwy. 229
SIZE: 376.7 +/- acres
LAND USE: Row crop, cattle, horse farm, recreational, hunting, home site
PRICE: or Pete Hall
SPECIAL FEATURES: Stunning land located just a few miles from Tallassee on coveted Rifle Range Road. About 255 acres are in cultivation and row crop netting the owner per acre of leased cultivated acreage. There is a center pivot system that irrigates 200 acres with underground water lines and two pumps where the water is pumped from Wallahatchee Creek. The land is extremely fertile growing everything from cotton to soybeans on a 4 year rotation. The eastern property owner operates a large tree farm and nursery and the farmer who leases much of the property owns his personal farm to the west. Auburn University also owns land contiguous to this tract where they experiment with the growth of different tree species. Wallahatchee Creek meanders along the southern and western boundaries with large old growth hardwoods. These and other hardwood drains are home to a large turkey population. There are infinite uses for this fertile tract. A gentleman farmer can raise cattle, build a home, enroll in a long leaf pine CRP program, cultivate a horse farm, and hunt until his heart is content. And by the way, 90% of the property is out of the 100 year flood allowing for potential development or mini farms in the future. Only one mile from the Tallapoosa River, 25 minutes from Montgomery, Lake Martin, Auburn and conducive to Birmingham or Atlanta. There are few properties like this one left in the area. Call Pete Hall for an appointment.