MLS: Information Package
The Cole Place Property is 399 +/- acres of quintessential Coosa County countryside. The terrain is aesthetically stunning with old growth timber on gently sloping hillsides, limestone outcroppings, and sweeping green fields provide the backdrop to this recreational gem. There is only about a 50 foot variation in topography throughout the entire tract that provides the diversity every outdoorsman looks for. It has the feel of a state park with the advantages of a hunting preserve.
The timber is not only a super financial investment; it also provides much of the food source and the diverse habitat essential for the wild game to thrive. There are hard wood bottoms chock full of mature white oak, chestnut, hickory, river birch, and pine poles. There are several areas have been planted in plantation loblolly. Timber details with an updated stand map will be provided for serious prospects. The estimated timber value based on growth models and previous harvests is between $900.00 and $1000.00 per acre.
The turkey hunting on the Cole Place is prolific. Some of the best I’ve ever seen. There’s no shortage of places for the long beards to roost giving the hunter the option of calling to the birds in the bottoms or trying to coax them out of well-designed open fields. The current owner has planted several chufa patches that the gobblers can’t resist
Deer are abundant and have been managed to QDMA standards. The bucks run in the 120 to 130 class with an occasional trophy scoring higher. Bow hunters will fall in love with excellent visibility the old growth hardwoods provide and the terrain creates natural draws and funnels. For and those who prefer to rifle hunt there are large green-fields, pine plantations, and even a few cut over patches where the big bucks prefer to bed down
There are several tremendous lake sites and power and water are available along CR 4 which fronts the property. The tract is conveniently located in south Coosa County at Nixburg which is about 5 miles north of the Elmore County line. It takes about 45 minutes to get there from Montgomery it’s about an hour and twenty minute drive from Birmingham. For those who love Lake Martin it’s only 5 miles from the west side of the lake.
|Acres:||399 +/- acres|
|Lot Square Feet:||399 +/- acres|