Eleven miles West of Olla, LA on Hwy 127, turn on to Taylor Rd and travel down this dirt road to the dead end. Enter through the gate and find an old camp with a front porch sitting in the shade of a 100 year old Post Oak. Behind the camp, slopes down a hardwood draw that is full of White Oaks and Hickory. Squirrel, deer, wild turkey and hog sign was plentiful across this draw. Nestled in the heart of thousands of acres of timber company that actively manages for quality antler/age structure of the deer herd, this diamond in the rough will provide some memorable hunts for the future owner. Back to the Eastern half of the property across a small gas line right of way, is about twenty acres of a 50 plus year old pine thicket. Underneath the tall pines lay evidence of terraces that were used for farming the hillside of this old homestead many years ago. The recent timber cruise shows a decent volume that could provide immediate return on investment. With electric and water already on site to the camp and plenty of high ground to build on, this would make a great spot for a secluded homesite.
To schedule a tour, or ask questions about this property, call, text or email Chet Atkins at 318-554-8342; firstname.lastname@example.org.