Welcome to your new retreat on the Yalobusha River, and just minutes from the city of Grenada, MS (9.5 +/- acres are actually in the city limits). This Grenada County tract is set up with a 1,488 SF cabin with city water, electricity and septic system, a 24 x 60 metal shop with three 12’ roll up doors, and a 20 x 60 lean to shed. All improvements have been well-maintained and simply ready for a new owner. Enjoy the deer and turkey in your backyard while firing up the grill in no time! The land make up features 2001 planted pines that were planted on 8 x 10 rows/thinned once in 2017 and burned in 2018, with hardwood corridors along the Jackson Creek. The owner planted super trees for the purpose of harvesting the timber for poles in the future. A CRP contract is in place on 137.90 acres until 9/30/2020, which currently pays $54.15 per acre or $7,467 total. The owner also planted around 100 sawtooth acorn trees over the years, making it convenient for all your early season bowhunting needs. You can leave the cabin area in one of three ways to travel the interior and exterior road systems. These roads will take you to any and all of the wildlife plots totaling 20 +/- acres. The plots are equipped with 5 shooting houses, ready for those evening rifle hunts, and the deer and turkey are thick in this area due to the good management in place. Believe it or not, this property even features a duck hole built due to the BP Oil spill to hopefully stop the ducks before getting to the coast. The owner harvested both mallards and wood ducks out of this hole. The location is perfect being accessed by a deeded easement with a gated entrance off Highway 51 and is basically surrounded by creeks, almost as if you have a private island to hunt. This place is manicured to a “T” and you will notice the pride of ownership.
Listing courtesy of TOM SMITH LAND & HOMES.