Double Church Road Farm is located in Alabama's fertile Black Belt soil region along the Alabama River drain basin. This drain basin area consists of thousands of acres of productive forest and farm land and is considered to host some of the best trophy deer and turkey hunting in the Southeast. The wildlife habitat is very diverse consisting of open agriculture fields for great wing shooting opportunities, mature cedar/hardwood mix, and beautiful old growth mature hardwoods that provide a great resource for mast bearing hardwood trees for maximum wildlife growth. Rolling hill side elevations range from 450 ft on higher elevations to 160 ft in lower elevations. Soil types in the higher elevations consists of Bama and Smithdale sandy loams and Sumter clay loam all of which are good for hardwood timber, pine timber, row crop, and pasture production. Soil types in lower elevations along the drains consists mainly of Sumter-Hannon clay loam and Faunsdale clay loam which are also good for hardwood timber, row crop, and pasture production. Finding properties that have old growth mature hardwoods are hard to find and it take a lifetime for them to go into maturity. This is simply a beautiful property! Give us a call today for your personally guided tour.
Located in Northwest Lowndes County; South of the Alabama River between Collirene and Benton. Contact us for property location details.