This 293 acre tract has great hunting and great views from the rim of No Business Hill. The buyer of this property will get a deeded easement for ingress, egress and utilities from Lowndes County Hwy. 7 through other property owned by the seller. Dry Cedar Creek makes up a portion of the north property line for over mile. Dry Cedar Creek is a large creek that flows westerly across the north end of the tract and eventually runs into Cedar Creek north of Minter, Alabama. Timber on a portion of the property was recently thinned but there are plenty of hardwood trees for game and now there are more areas for deer to bed. In addition to deer hunting the property has a lot of turkeys. And if you like to squirrel hunt youll like the large oaks on No Business Hill. No Business Hill is the name Fletcher Majors, ALC, the listing agent, says heard some of the old-timers call the ridge above Dry Cedar Creek. He remembers cutting timber 42 years ago on his fathers land that joins this tract on the west side and one of the saw hands told him that his granddaddy called the hill that they were hauling timber up No Business Hill. No matter what you call it you can see for miles looking north from the rim of this hill. If you are a hunter that is tired of looking at acres and acres of pine plantations youll love this tract. The diversity of the timber makes for a wildlife Garden of Eden. 191 acres of large natural hardwoods are the base for attracting large deer. A portion of this timber was recently thinned but there were areas we did not allow cutting and the thinned areas are still stocked. 58 acres of pre-merchantable pines give great bedding ground in the center of the property. Eight game plots offer hunting opportunities. Since these game plots only total 5 acres I expect the new owner may want to expand them. There is a nice stand of natural pine timber in the southwest corner of the property that has 37 acres. And a 2 acre oxbow lake may bring in some ducks.