280 acres +/- of outstanding pine plantation and recreational land for sale in Dallas County, Alabama. This property is just north of Paul M. Grist State Park and is approximately 10 miles north of Selma. The tract consists mostly of 13-15 year old pine plantation. The timber is ready for thinning, and would provide some income immediately. The NRCS soil information shows that the site index on this tract is phenomenal, ranging from 88 to 98, with an average of 93 for unimproved, natural loblolly stands. With genetically improved trees, it should be significantly better. Approximately 40-45 acres of the tract is mixed timber, with some nice hardwoods in the SMZ's and north of the lake. The property boasts a 30 acre fishing lake that is shared with the adjoining owner. The lake has outstanding fishing, and in the winter scores of ducks crowd into the flooded timber on the north part of the lake. The property has 7 food plots, and is covered up with deer and turkey. The day I took these pictures I flushed 3 turkeys, a nice buck and a doe from the same food plot. A great system of internal roads provides access throughout the property. Electricity is available to the property as well. Access is deeded and is behind two locked gates off Dallas County Road 272, providing for total privacy. When on this land you will be hard-pressed to hear a vehicle or even a 4 wheeler. This would make an exceptional off-grid property, or a great place to escape to for a relaxing retreat. The terrain varies over the tract from hilly to flat around the lake. The Camp Grist tract is really a nice property, and is well-priced. There should be significant timber value on this tract for years to come, giving it good investment potential. With this investment you also have the luxury of hunting, fishing, and riding atv's while you watch your money literally "grow" in front of you. For more information or to schedule a time to see this great property, please call Jonathan Goode at 334-247-2005. Showings are stricly by appointment only please.