This Forty acres sets on the first ridge up from Sandy Creek in Winn Parish off Hwy 124. This rolling terrain has approximately 38 acres that was planted in loblolly pine seedlings three years ago They look to have good survival rate and growth. Abundant browse and cover in the cutover is holding deer on the property. With the hardwoods in the adjacent creek bottom, hunting the Eastern boundary will prove successful for years to come. Or set a stand in the middle of the highline and have a 220 yard shot either way! This open ground of a little over 2 acres under the highline could be planted in food plots to hold wildlife year round. Wild Turkey, Whitetail Deer and Feral Hogs are prevalent in this part of Winn Parish and this tract has no shortage of them.
Also consider this place for it’s homesite potential. Two points of historical access lead in to the property. Both of these points will need work done to become legal deeded access but can be done. Once this has been achieved picking out a spot to build a house on will be up to you. The southern half of this tract has an old road bed that can be opened up with ease.
Call, text or email Chet Atkins at 318-554-8342 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a showing or discuss some of the details about this property.