110± Acres of Pasture
50± Acres of Hardwood Timber
6 Watering/Fishing Ponds
Live Flowing Creek
Perimeter and Cross-Fencing
Great for Livestock and Hunting
5.6 Miles North Of Kosciusko, MS
Have you been searching for a peaceful place out in the country? Look no further than this 209± acre tract in Attala County, MS. Located approximately 5 minutes north of Kosciusko off Highway 35, the property offers approximately 110± acres of pasture ground, 50± acres of hardwood timber, and six watering ponds. The remaining acreage consists of trails, fence rows, and Sugar Creek.
The pasture is fenced, crossed fenced, and is set up to move and rotate your livestock easily. To assist with your herd, there is a catch pen and cattle chute in place! The east side of the property has frontage on Attala County Road 3225. This portion offers rolling terrain with gorgeous hardwood timber. As you navigate down the terrain, you transition into Sugar Creek and the pasture. Sugar Creek is live running and traverses in a north/south direction along the eastern side of the property. This is a great recreational feature, as well as an additional water source for the wildlife. The timber on the west boundary consists more of flat bottomland, adding to the diversity of the property make-up.
There are multiple uses for this Attala County tract: potential home or campsites that offer seclusion, recreational opportunities to fish and chase after deer and turkey, or the turn-key availability to hold your livestock.
Properties with the combination of timber and pasture can be hard to find. Be sure to take a look at all this place has to offer! Power and water run along Highway 35. Call Adam Hester or Pete Prisock today for more details!
Highway 35, Kosciusko, Mississippi 39090
Directions from Kosciusko MS, MS: From the intersection Of Highway 12 and Highway 35 in Kosciusko, drive north on Highway 35 for 5.6 miles and the property entrance will be on your right.
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David moved to Warren County, Mississippi in 1994 and spent his high school years at St Aloysius High School in Vicksburg. After graduation, he went to Hinds Community College and then on to Belhaven University playing baseball and football. David worked in the restaurant business during college and continued for 24 years working in all aspects of the industry from management, ownership, to commercial food sales. He enjoyed meeting people and making friends from all over the world; no matter where David is he seems to run in to someone he calls a friend! His passion for the outdoors and people have lead him to a career in Real Estate.
With a long career in the service industry, David learned that nothing is more important than God and family, and to treat every person as they are part of it. David is the grandson of a Texas cattle rancher and grew up respecting the land and the wildlife on it. He learned to love the land at a young age through spending time with his father hunting and fishing. The appreciation of land, and the need to care for it, has passed thru his family for generations. David really has a calling for helping others and understands the care people deserve. Making dreams of owning a home or property a reality is of the upmost importance to David. His passion and dedication will make him the right agent for you!
David and his girls, Avery and Alese, are residents of Rankin County. Avery attends Brandon High School and can usually be found on a soccer field. Alese attends Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. This trio enjoys spending time together hiking, traveling, and hunting. And from time to time, David endures shopping with the girls!