This is a unique outdoor experience close to Holmes Community College and access to I-55 near Goodman, MS, in Holmes County. The property contains 135.17+/-surveyed acres. What makes this property unique is the remoteness of the experience, although all the essentials plus much more are minutes away. This property has established trails and several food plots with deer stands. The property has hills as well as lower bottom areas. The property's physical characteristics allow for several hunters to hunt this tract at the same time safely. The property has direct access to state highway 14 on the north boundary as well as access from Church Road, a gravel county road on the southern border. The tract has utilities available on the north and south end of the property, allowing a choice of several ideal locations for a permanent home site or a cabin. The college is another unique feature attributed to this property. The junior college has many events offered to the public, from sporting activities, musical and drama, and comprehensive academics and vocational arts courses. If you have been considering hunting, or relaxing in a country area, now is the time to request a private showing and experience what could be yours.
Goodman, Mississippi 39079
Directions from the intersection of I-55 and Hwy 14: Take exit 146 to merge onto Hwy 14 toward Goodman. Travel 2.1 miles and the property will be on you right.
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Sam Sample is a resident of Holmes County, Mississippi, where he works as a Realtor and serves as one of the Tom Smith Land and Homes land specialists. Having lived on his family’s farm in the area for 40 years, Sam has a deep connection to the community and the land. He attended both public and private schools in Holmes County, as well as Junior College, where he met his wife. Together, they returned to Sam’s family farm to make their home.
Despite the economic challenges that some may see in Holmes County, Sam has never considered moving his family away. He feels a strong attraction to the area’s remoteness and lack of mainstream influence. With over 23 years of experience working for an electric power association in several counties, including Holmes, Humphries, Yazoo, Warren, Sharkey, and Issaquena, Sam has a unique perspective on the region.
In 2002, Sam became an insurance associate, which has allowed him to pursue his passion for land management and agriculture. He is the owner-operator of a family farm that produces cattle, timber, and hay, and also offers recreational activities such as hunting, fishing, and hiking. With this diverse experience, Sam believes he is uniquely qualified to help clients buy or sell residential, recreational, or agricultural land.
If you’re looking to buy or sell property in the Holmes County area, Sam and the team of land specialists at Tom Smith Land and Homes are ready to help. He welcomes the opportunity to discuss your interests and provide guidance in finding the perfect property.