The Flint Ridge 482 acre tract is situated along Lee County Road 158 in east central Alabama. It has over a mile of paved frontage on County Road 158. Also, two dirt and gravel county roads add an additional mile or more to the public road frontage. County Road 158 is a popular route from nearby cities to Lake Harding along the Chattahoochee River. The proximity to Auburn/ Opelika, Alabama and Columbus, Georgia is beginning to put residential housing demands on the area. Public utilities are available along County Road 158 frontage.
Currently the property is used for timber production and recreation. Most of the tract is in Loblolly Pine production. There is a rocky bottom creek and several intermittent streams that cross the property. All of the water courses are surrounded by hardwood trees that make up the stream management zones.
Because of the proximity to rapidly growing cities and the area lakes on the Chattahoochee River, our attention is focused on the future development potential of the tract. There are several ways for a new owner to easily subdivide the property in order to meet the increasing market demand for country estate property. With growing timber stands and plenty of live water, smart divisions of the property could be well received by the country residential/ mini farm market. It could pay to hold and enjoy the recreational aspects of property for several years while the timber assets and residential demand continues to grow.
The gentle roll of the land and plentiful, natural water may be a suitable place to convert into a horse or cattle farm. A big family may find the land perfect for building several homes to keep the family together- but with each household being able to choose the amount of privacy that they prefer.
The Flint Ridge 482 is a property with numerous possible uses and at the offering price of per acre it is very intriguing!