A rare find in the very heart of the “Black Belt,” in the quaint farming community of Tyler, Alabama – highly regarded in outdoorsman circles for its abundance of wildlife. Especially noteworthy is the high concentration and good genetics of its whitetail deer herd.
These ± 153 acres in Dallas County are located only 9 miles east of Selma, just a few miles north of US Highway 80. Montgomery, Mobile, Birmingham, Atlanta and the Florida Panhandle are easy drives.
This diverse property consists of ± 76 acres of cropland, ± 69 acres of timberland, and about 8 acres roads and other areas.
The cropland is currently leased and in production. The timber is a mix of mature and premerchantable pine and hardwood, which could provide immediate income as well as provide future investment value.
Access is excellent from county roads running along the western boundary of and through the middle of the tract.
The distinctive farming community of Tyler includes several local churches, a local volunteer fire department, and many beautiful farms and homes.