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Acres
±280
Price
$1,880,000

Description

If you have ever desired to own an exceptionally managed property in the fertile soils of the black belt,
Calebee Creek Farms is a perfect fit for you. This tract of land is outstanding, and it is teeming with
premium hunting, quality fishing, and many other outdoor opportunities. Everything is ready for your
immediate enjoyment. As you enter the property through the impressive, gated entry and start winding
your way through the mature pines, the scenery explodes, and you are able to appreciate the
uniqueness of this tract. The landscape is rich with pear, apple and mast-bearing trees, as well as
numerous green fields. At the end of the drive, there is a stately hunting lodge which overlooks the 5-
acre lake. The lodge requires minimal exterior maintenance due to its rock veneer skirt, hardy plank
sides, and metal roof. The interior is full of character with its cypress ceilings and walls, custom kitchen
cabinets, one of a kind butcher block island, and dual stone fireplaces. Outside, the lake is the crown
jewel of the property. It exudes charm and invites retreat as it rests among deep, green-leafed live oaks
and picturesque cypress trees, while being expertly managed for trophy bass. Miles of trails wind
through loblolly pines, mast-producing hardwoods, green fields, duck sloughs, and deer-filled habitat.
There is also ¾ +/- miles of Calebee Creek frontage along the southern boundary. Calebee Creek Farms is
located in a highly desirable location, approximately 20 miles from the city of Auburn’s western
boundary and about 23 miles from Taylor Road exit in east Montgomery. This tract has been managed
for years with the intent to attract, hold, and harvest mature game animals, trophy bass, as well as to
offer a refuge from everyday life—a place to make memories and have adventures with your family and
friends. I look forward to taking you along for a tour. Call Scott Sullivan – 334.707.8847

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