Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains this magnificent 747-acre property really does have a little bit of it all. From the endless views atop Bogan Mountain to the 2,300 feet of frontage on the beautiful Chattooga River, this is truly a spectacular property!
Not only is this one of the most scenic properties on the market today, but it is an incredible recreational property too. The deer hunting is fantastic and the turkey hunting is legendary. Do you like to fish? The Chattooga River is known for outstanding fishing for catfish, bass, bream, crappie, and striped bass. Nearby is Weiss Lake, the crappie capital of the world. It is definitely a “Bucket List “place to fish. Weiss Lake consistently ranks as one of Alabama’s Top Fisheries. If you are a fly fisherman you can drive a short distance and catch rainbow trout behind 90’ Noccalula Falls. The Coosa River is just to the south of Bogan Mountain and Little River Canyon is a few miles to the north. This property is located at the epicenter of it all!
This land is protected from development by a conservation easement, but you can still manage and harvest the timber. There are two building envelopes allowing for the construction of a home or cabin. One of these building sites is next to Bakers Pond, a pristine, mountain top, spring-fed pool. The other building site is near the Chattooga river on a beautiful, pine-covered hill.
There are food plots in place and a good internal road system that runs the length of the property. The timber consists primarily of mature hardwoods with a lot of white oaks and chestnut, to a well-managed pine plantation that is ready for a second thinning. A few small patches of timber were cut about 8 years ago and have created excellent habitat for the wildlife.
Bogan Mountain Retreat is conveniently located about 100 miles from Birmingham, 115 miles from Huntsville, and only 95 miles from Atlanta. Please call me, Eric Leisy, today to schedule a tour of this legacy property. 334-657-6707.
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