MLS: Information Package
LOCATION: Tallassee, Elmore County, Alabama
TERRAIN: Diverse- gently rolling bottoms, level wetlands, upland pines
LAND USE: Recreational, hunting, timber investment, camping
Located just outside of Tallassee, AL in Elmore County, the property is accessed through deeded easement onto a private road. Part of the historical Herren Hill Property, the land was purchased by Confederate Lieutenant Daniel Herren around 1870 from Isaac Ross and has been in the family ever since. There is a sweeping view of Elmore County as it sits atop one of the highest points in the county.
The land is as diverse a recreational hunting tract as you could hope to find. There are gently rolling hardwood bottoms full of mature nut bearing timber. These bottoms offer ideal habitat for the deer and turkey. There are several large greenfields with shooting houses that have been carved out amongst hardwood draws and both mature and young pine. 150 acres +/- of wetlands with valuable timber are a great place to hunt ducks and also provide areas for those swamp bucks to bed down. The balance of the tract consists of mixed hardwood and pines of various ages.
Wallahatchee Creek runs through the center of the property. There’s a small two acre fishing hole for those who enjoy wetting a line and a well maintained interior road system. The location of this tract is excellent and the diverse habitats and topographies provide opportunities for deer, turkey, ducks and camping. The Herren Hill Plantation antebellum home, built in 1850 and 48 +/- acres, can be purchased with this tract.
|Lot Square Feet:||478 +/- acres|