This nice tract of land is located approximately 10 miles northwest of Luverne, the county seat of Crenshaw County. The property fronts on Highway 7 for 3/4 of a mile. There is power and county water along the highway. This property is quite unique in the fact that there is so much diversity in the land. There are 47 acres of 13 year old planted pines that are in the CRP Program for 7 more years with an annual payment of $2,500/year, and a 45 acre field along the highway that is currently in hay production. Another 75 acres of bahai fields are scattered through the tract bordered by large hardwood and pine timber. Cane Creek runs through the property for almost 3/4 of a mile surrounded by large white oaks, red oaks, and water oaks which provide an abundant food source for wildlife.