Anderson Creek Farm, located at the dead end of a county road presents a fantastic spot to have a house or a cabin overlooking the creek bottom. There are approximately 30 acres of income producing farmland and the remaining acres are in beautiful mature hardwood timber consisting of oaks, poplar, beech, and the like. The property is secluded and you cannot see any other houses or roads. The area around the property is beautiful rolling hills, interspersed with wood lots, row crops, pastures, and nice farmhouses.
The general area has lots of row crops which give great nutrition to the deer in the area. There are nice trails throughout the property for hiking, access for hunting and enjoying your property.
The main feature of this hidden gem is the two creeks that join on the property. The West Fork and Middle Fork of Anderson Creek offer over one mile of year-round water. Both creeks are fast moving, gravel/rock bottoms, with deep swimming holes and crystal-clear cool water.
This property is located just north of the small town of Anderson, AL which is in eastern Lauderdale County. Locals says there was once an old Indian Post in this area. Located just 20 minutes from Rogersville, AL., 35 minutes to Athens, and 50 minutes to Madison, there is an easy commute to the Huntsville Metro area.
Call/text Nathan McCollum at 256-345-0074.