The Gunter-Wilkes tract is a great home site, recreational tract and timber investment all in one package! Located on County Road 246 near the small town of New Brockton, AL, it is minutes from Enterprise and Ft. Rucker. With paved road frontage, and power and water available at the road, it is an ideal site to build a home in the country or have a weekend hunting camp. This tract is a nice combination of level ground and rolling terrain. It features over 100 acres of pre-merchantable pine plantation that are getting close to their first thinning and about 20 acres of 22+ year old pines that could be cut at any time. The balance of the acreage is in younger natural regen and some old-growth hardwoods along the two creeks and on the edges.
The Gunter-Wilkes tract is situated between pasture, active farmland, and other timber tracts. It has a year-round, spring-fed creek with the terrain to support construction of a large pond or lake. The diverse mix of young and old trees, pine thickets and hardwoods, some open areas and two creeks provides the ideal habitat for native wildlife and all the ingredients for some excellent hunting. There has been no recent hunting pressure on the tract and the signs indicate this tract is home to plenty of deer, hogs and turkey.
This is a nice country setting within a 10-minute drive from the 84 bypass in Enterprise. With over 1250 of paved road frontage and a good internal road, the Gunter-Wilkes tract is both accessible and convenient. Enjoy the peace and quiet and some great hunting in the south Alabama outdoors while you manage your timber for future income.
From downtown New Brockton take North John St and proceed one mile before taking a left on County Road 246 (Rowe Bridge Rd). After 0.7 miles, the gate to the Gunter-Wilkes Place is on your right.