Heres what many of you have been asking for; the perfect country getaway with a nice pond in south Alabama at an affordable price! Located in south Geneva County near the small community of Black, AL, the Reed Patch Road tract is 25 acres of woods and water where you can live, camp, hunt and fish. This 25-acre tract features a one-acre pond, several acres of planted Loblolly pines, and a gorgeous mix of larger hardwoods and native foliage. It has over 680 feet of frontage on Reed Patch Road and power is available at the gate. The southern boundary of this property is the Alabama-Florida state line.
Reed Patch Road is unrestricted property in a nice rural setting. The planted pines create a scenic and peaceful feeling as you drive through the gated entrance toward the pond. The spring-fed pond is approximately 8-10 feet deep and was originally stocked with catfish and bream. It has not been fished for many years, so the odds are good there are some big ones ready to be caught! The pond drains into the creek which runs to the southwest until it exits the property. As you cross the dam and head south, you will enter some beautiful backwoods where the cover is perfect for deer and other native wildlife. Several small fields scattered throughout provide plenty of opportunities for planting some food plots. A second, smaller pond on the east boundary was also stocked with fish. The surrounding area is largely agricultural with a good mix of timber tracts, pastures, ponds and farms.
Reed Patch Road is ideal for someone looking for a nice, multi-purpose tract of land to build a home or have a weekend camp. Priced at less than $2,800 per acre, Reed Patch Road is a great buy!
From Hwy 167 just north of Esto, FL, take County Road 4 for 3.3 miles then turn left on County Road 88 (Old Esto Road). After 0.3 miles, turn right on Reed Patch Road. Drive one mile and the gate will be on your left.