Take a gander at this recreational property in Winston County, Mississippi. It includes hardwood bottoms, creek and slough runs, large areas for game plantings and a thirty-acre stocked lake. The timber is varied ranging from mixed stands of pine /hardwood saw-timber to pure hardwood. Tupelo Gum is situated along the creek and slough runs. The property has two entrances from Hwy 397 on the south side and an entrance to Hwy 490 from the north.
There is a fishing pier designed to used as a pavilion, boat slip or covered gathering area. There are wildlife food plots and additional sites that could be developed. A significant open area along the lake has already been planted in a blend of clovers and game browse. Deer, turkey and duck are already in abundance. The lake was developed to be utilized as a winter duck feeding area with cover in the lake, and a drain valve for lowering the levee during planting season. Utilities are available along the road frontage and beautiful camp or home sites are located overlooking the lake. This property could be the spawning place of great memories!
Louisville, Mississippi 39339
Directions from Louisville, MS; Travel south on Hwy 397 for 15 miles to Warrier One Stop and Nanih Waiya Attendance Center, continue six tenths mile and turn left onto gravel drive (entrance to property). Call Michael to set up an appointment to visit the property.
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Michael graduated from Mississippi State University with a B.S. in Forestry in 1983. Since that time he has enjoyed a career as a Registered Forester, and a Real Estate Broker in Mississippi since 1986. He held a license as a Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in Mississippi for a portion of that time. He has assisted private landowners in timber, farm and wildlife land management and sales for over thirty years. He has served as President of Halfacre Consulting Inc. working out of Louisville, Mississippi.
His passion is developing long-term relationships with landowners built on a high level of trust and integrity. Many of his management clients have enjoyed his services for over 25 years.
He has experienced an increase in demand for assistance in locating, evaluating and acquiring timber and recreational properties over the last 10 years. Changes in markets have demanded the necessity of careful evaluation and resulted in a greater number of landowners and investors needing a knowledgeable, reputable partner. He actively serves as an Agent for buyers desiring to purchase properties and as an Agent for Owners in liquidating properties. A considerable amount of his time is spent with landowners looking at property and discussing current timber market conditions, analyzing investment potential and determining management alternatives for his clients. He has taught a number of forest management and timber appraisal classes for private landowners, financial institutions and other Real Estate professionals.
Michael joined Tom Smith Land and Homes in September of 2014 as Associate Broker in order to unite forces with a progressive and growing team of land professionals. Contact Michael to discuss your needs and investigate opportunities in land investing. He will gladly assist you in your marketing and management endeavors. Use a professional for assistance in maximizing your return on investment.