Here is a great 36-acre, wooded tract located in south Pike County on Hwy 231 between the towns of Brundidge and Ozark. It features merchantable hardwood and pine timber, a creek, over 900 of road frontage on Hwy 231, and over 1,200 of frontage on County Road 4431. The Hwy 231 tract provides multiple Best Use options for the new owners to include:
Retail or other commercial use Single or multiple residential sites Timber income Hunting and recreation opportunities With some clearing could be used for farming or livestock
The Hwy 231 tract features good, level ground along both the paved and dirt roads. The terrain gently slopes down into the creek bottom that flows from the NW corner and along the south boundary. If you are looking to build a home, you have the option of building near the road for convenience or tucking it back off the road for privacy. As an alternative, you could use the county road (dirt road) to access the home site. A nice creek flows along the southern boundary providing water and habitat for the wildlife. There could be a good pond site as well.
While the area is largely agricultural, Hwy 231 is one of the main traffic corridors for southeast Alabama with an average daily traffic count of 13,000 vehicles in this section. There are adjoining wooded properties to the south and to the east for sale if you would like more acreage.
From the intersection of Hwy 231 and Hwy 10 in Brundidge, take Hwy 231 south for 7.4 miles, property will be on your left.