There is a picturesque 3-bedroom antebellum home overlooking a yard full of large old oaks and other hardwood trees.
Built in 1860, the James Spullock Williamson house is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as well as the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage.
Behind the main home there is a guest home that could serve for hosting friends and family or it could easily be converted to a home office or studio.
In addition, there is a pole barn in the backyard perfect for all of your outdoor storage needs.
An expansive 3.5-acre bass pond lays below the house giving beautiful backyard views and recreational opportunities.
The timber on the property has been intensively managed for decades and is well suited for future income production.
The pine plantations on the property consist of 3 age classes. These loblolly plantations consist of 3 year old, 4 year old, and approximately 35 year old timber. The hardwood timber on the property has not been cut in approximately 70 years.
There is a creek that runs through the east side of the property providing an excellent year round water source for many species of wildlife.
The property has excellent wildlife habitat and is home to deer, turkey, and many nongame species.