Located at 11000 White Pike Road in Cherokee, Alabama, this 392-acre parcel is being offered in its entirely or can be purchased in separate parcels. 169 acres is available (MOPLS #33410) or if you prefer, you can purchase 223 acres of timberland (MOPLS #33412).
The property offers unmistakable views of the Tennessee River Valley countryside and Freedom Hills. Gleaming with peace and quiet, the well-maintained fenced and cross-fenced pastures boast unbelievable views of the Freedom Hills. Speaking of the Freedom Hills, as the new owner, you will have access to great deer and turkey hunting in the adjoining Freedom Hills Wildlife Management Area which shares a 1/2-mile boundary with the property.
The property has been very nicely maintained with well-built roads, feed lots, 2 ponds, and on top of that several tributaries of Miller Branch run through the property. Nearly 40 acres of open land is solely dedicated to hay production for the winter months.
The 5,000 sq. ft. enclosed shop with a 2,500 sq. ft. lean-to has ample room to store/repair your equipment while the 4,000 sq. ft. hay barn will allow plenty of room to store the hay cut from the property during the spring and summer months to ensure an efficiently run operation throughout the year. Utilities are on-site, including electricity, water, and fiber internet.
There are 5 +/- acres of pastureland and a pond located along White Pike Road which would make for a great homesite with a couple of farm animals or you could go further back into the wooded confines of the property. There is a metal roof building and a large covered picnic area overlooking the farm which is perfect for an RV or camper to pull under and be ready to enjoy the property.
The intricate system of well-kept roads and trails made all parts of the property easily accessible. Numerous shooting houses are found along the well-traveled game trails. The timber is predominately oak, poplar, hickory, and pine. Deer, turkey, and other small game are commonplace.
Also located on the property are several bluff shelters where Indians once called this property home as evidenced by the numerous artifacts found in them.
Contact Nathan McCollum at 356-345-0074 for a private showing.