“The Bend” displays a rolling topography that levels along the river front. This tract has over 2 miles of river frontage with numerous acres planted in wildlife food plots and mast producing game trees. Persimmon, Sawtooth 0ak, Plum, Pear, Apple, and Chinese Chestnut Trees are in abundance throughout the tract along with Muscadine and Scuppernong Vines that parallel the roads and structures. The timber on the property has been intensely managed for a balance of hardwood and natural pine along with planted pines that range from 1 to 40 years old.
There are multiple structures on the tract. There is an incredible lodge made from hand hewn logs that were taken from an old tobacco barn in the hills of North Carolina. The hewn logs are exposed throughout the lodge that consists of 3 bedrooms and 2 baths with a massive stone fireplace extending over 20ft as the center piece of the den. The Lodge also comes complete with a comfortable kitchen, washer and dryer, and a screened in porch where you can see the beauty and hear the sounds of the Tallapoosa River. Also on site, a home constructed in 1907 and recently updated that is used as an extra bunk house for guests and hunters. Placed well throughout the property are equipment sheds, dog pens, and fly pens for quail.
Included with the purchase of “The Bend” is a bulldozer, front-end loader, tractor (with multiple implements), trailer, and dump truck.
Muleshoe Bend lies in NW Chambers County on the Tallapoosa River. Drive time is less than an hour from Auburn, approximately 1 ½ hours from the Atlanta Airport, and less than 2 hours from downtown Birmingham.
The uniqueness and aesthetics of “The Bend” will compare or surpass any property in the state. The privacy; miles of river frontage; beautiful log lodge; internal road system; timber management; extensive detail to wildlife habitat; hunting, fishing, and canoeing recreational opportunities are all truly impressive. This tract encompasses everything a family or business would need to make memories and experiences that would last for generations.
Contact Scott Sullivan – 334-707-8847 or visit TrueSouth.com for more information.