Looking for a place to build your dream home? Take a look at this 12+/- acre property located only a short drive from New Hebron in Simpson County, MS. This tract would make a great home site while also offering hunting opportunities. The property is heavily wooded with hilly topography. The property offers road frontage on Guy Sherman Road and power is available.
New Hebron, Mississippi 39140
Directions from New Hebron, MS: Travel North on HWY 42 for approximately 4 miles. Turn right onto Joe Buckley Rd. Travel approximately 1 mile and take a left on Guy Sherman Rd. Property is on the left.
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Austin was born and raised in Rankin County, MS. He grew up in the small town of Pelahatchie hunting, fishing and traveling all over the Southeast competing in 3D archery competitions. Every chance he has, he visits the family farm in Northern Madison County, where his grandfather raised cattle. Austin has a deep love for the land and all of the experiences it offers. He enjoys working the land and making it better for the wildlife. Austin graduated from East Rankin Academy in 2009 and then pursued his childhood dream of becoming a firefighter. He started working at Brandon Fire Department in 2010 where he became a certified firefighter and emergency medical technician. In 2013 he transferred to Flowood Fire Department where he is currently a Lieutenant. Becoming a Realtor was an easy decision once he realized he could actually help people make their dreams of land ownership a reality, and make the fields and forests of Mississippi his office.
In 2016, Austin married his wife Katelyn, from Saucier, MS. A year later, they welcomed their beautiful daughter, Bristol into this world. Austin and his family currently reside in Pisgah. He enjoys his time spent with family and friends in the outdoors and wants to help others find the property they have been dreaming of. When you are ready to sell your land or find your little slice of heaven give Austin a call; he will work tirelessly until all of your expectations are met.