Discover this charming home situated North of Bayou Academy in Cleveland, Bolivar County, MS. This house offers two shops, one of which is an insulated 25x25 metal shop on a concrete slab providing plenty of space to store your toys. The big backyard has plenty of room for you and the family to get together. The house sits on 0.68+/- acres and has 2,190 sqft with four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a lovely sun room looking out the back yard. The primary bedroom features two walk-in closets and a jacuzzi tub.
49 Stanton Road , Cleveland, Mississippi 39732
Directions from HWY 61 and HWY 8 in Cleveland, MS: Travel West on Hwy 8 for approximately 2.8 miles and turn right onto Crosby Road. Travel 1.8 miles then turn right onto Thelma Road. In 0.1 miles turn right onto Stanton Road. After 72 feet, the house will be on the right.
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Anthony was born in Bolivar County, but his family moved shortly after to Clarksdale, MS. He spent his primary educational and athletic years attending and playing sports at Lee Academy. As a child, he played baseball, football, basketball, soccer and even threw shot put and disc for track. After graduating in 2009, Anthony continued his education and athletic career for the next five years at the University of Alabama on a football scholarship. He majored in Health Environmental Science and completed his bachelor’s degree and was a part of two SEC Championship and three National Championship teams with the Crimson Tide. After college, Anthony played for the Arizona Cardinals and the Miami Dolphins in the National Football League for 4 years until he decided to retire and come back to the Mississippi Delta where he grew up.
Growing up, Anthony was an avid hunter and fisherman who loved spending time helping his grandfather on the farm growing cotton and soybeans. His father and grandfather helped instill the importance of and a love for taking care of the land and wildlife around him. He enjoys all types of hunting from deer, duck, and turkey, to hogs, frogs, and pheasant. After retiring from the NFL, Anthony knew he wanted to come back home to the land he loved so much as a child.
Anthony currently resides in Tallahatchie County where he farmed soybeans with his family for a few years. After much deliberation and praying, Anthony knew it was time to start a new career path. He was certain he wanted to find a way to share his passion for the outdoors with others while staying true to his country roots. As a college athlete, Anthony learned hard work, dedication, discipline, trust, and how to work with others. These traits along with Anthony’s personality, honesty, and knowledge of the land make him the perfect agent for you.