This 21+/- acre mini farm in SW Lincoln County would be ideal for your homestead. The gated entrance brings you into the center of the property on the North side leading directly into a cleared homesite surrounded by large oaks. This diverse stand of timber features park like loblolly pine along the eastern half of the property, long leaf pines lining Montgomery Road, and a small stand of loblolly pine at the corner of Summit Drive and Montgomery Road. The property is fenced and crossed fenced with an electric fence and is currently being grazed by a herd of goats. Below the cleared homesite sits a 1+/- acre pond that is home to bass and bream and features a small island that would be perfect for a duck house. Community Water through Bogue Chitto Water Association and electric through Magnolia Electric are available at the blacktop. This property boast 2,650+/- feet of blacktop road frontage. The property is located in the highly sought after Bogue Chitto School District approximately halfway between McComb and Brookhaven, Mississippi, and less than 2 hours North of both New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Montgomery Road Southwest , Bogue Chitto, Mississippi 39629
From Interstate 55 at Exit 30 in Bogue Chitto: Travel West on Bogue Chitto Road for 3.1 miles. Turn left onto Shannon Drive traveling South for 2.5 miles. Turn right onto Montgomery Rd Southwest traveling Northward for 0.3 miles. The property will be on your left.
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Blake was born and raised in Lincoln County, MS in the small town of Bogue Chitto. After high school, he knew he wanted a career helping people. Blake completed his paramedic degree and served as a paramedic in Lincoln, Copiah, Franklin, and Lawrence Counties. After six years of dedicated service in emergency care, Blake began his career in real estate. Blake carried that same desire he had for helping others and putting their needs first into his career as a real estate agent.
Blake grew up working the family cattle farm and spent his free time hunting, fishing, and enjoying all things outdoors. Blake, his wife Brittany Rawls Sasser of Pike County, and their son Logan now own a small piece of that family cattle farm where they reside today.