Clansy Creek Farm, Alabama
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Waterfront, Plantations, Home, Cabin, Recreational, Timber Land
Activities & Amenities
859+/- Acre A+ Recreational Farm in Crenshaw County, Alabama with Excellent Hunting & miles of frontage along the Patsaliga River!
Quaint & Rustic Cabin, 2 Duck Ponds, Dove Field, 16 Food Plots, 2+ miles River Frontage, Hardwood Timber, Excellent Hunting, and More!
Just 5 miles to Luverne, 30 minutes to Greenville & Troy, AL, less than two hours to Dothan and just 2 hours to Destin, Florida!
Clansy Creek Farm is 859 acres located in Crenshaw County, Alabama along the pristine Pasaliga River valley. Luverne, AL is the nearest town and the property is within 30 minutes of the University town of Troy, about an hour to Montgomery, less than two hours to Dothan, Alabama and just two hours to Destin, Florida.
The property is located in one of the most wholesome places in the southestern United Sates. The area is clean, safe and the property is surrounded by large landowners with great pride of ownership.
Clansy Creek Farm has been run as a recreational family farm managed primarily for deer, turkey, ducks, and dove. It has approximately 2 miles of frontage on both sides of the Patsaliga River and 1 mile on the Little Patsaliga River. The hunting along the Patsaliga River basin is excellent and mature bucks can reach the 140-150" class range. The river system also attracts a large number of wood ducks and is good fishing in the summer months for bass, bream, catfish.
A quaint but rustic 3 bedroom cabin sits on top of a hill bordering the hardwood river bottom and overlooks a nice 10-acre field. The cabin is completely off-grid utilling solar panels for power. This self-sustained power source eliminates monthly power bills and keeps operating cost low. Power is availabe if desired. There is a large equipment pole barn, 2 duck ponds with water control structures, 6 acre dove field, 16 large food plots, good internal road system, numberous deer stands & trough feeders, and more.
The owner currently leases more land around him that could potentially transfer to the new owner and there is surrounding property that could possibly be purchased in addition.
This is an excellent recreational property that could be enjoyed by a new owner immediately. While the roads, food plots, deer stands, duck ponds, tree stands, and more are already in place, there is still so much a new owner could do to continue to improve this property and make it their own.
For more pictures, maps, and details please contact Tim James, Jr.