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<div>This  160-acre tract known as the Bates Tract is located southeast of the community of Hamburg in southern Perry County. An old county gravel road runs to the southeast corner the property as noted on the plat map. Access is from the west off County Road 25. This pasture area is fenced and there are two stock ponds. Chaney Creek runs through the west side of the property. Based on available GIS data, the tract consists of the following land components: Pine Stands – 33 acres; Hardwood/SMZ Land -17 acres; Open Pastureland  and  Hedgerows – 110 acres. The pine stand consists of 25-year old loblolly pine which has been thinned once. Rough estimates of timber volumes are approximately 60 tons of pine per timbered acre and 25 tons of hardwood per timbered acre. These are estimates and are not guaranteed by Seller or Broker. The cattle lease on 100 acres of pastureland pays $25.00 per acre per year, and the hunting lease paying $10/acre covers the entire 160 acres. The cattle and hunting leases can be continued or terminated at the option of the Purchaser. The open land can be purchased separately if desired. Please call for a price. This is an excellent tract and offers both timberland and pastureland for diversified use. Hunting should also be good. The approximate distances to nearby cities are as follows: Selma – 20 miles; Marion – 15 miles; Tuscaloosa – 60 miles; Birmingham – 70 miles. Please call the Camden Office at 1-866-788-0759 or Edgar Reeves at 334-410-2134 for more information or for or for an appointment to see.</div>

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