Hawkins Hideaway is a secluded timber property, providing an excellent, "off the beaten path" recreational opportunity for the outdoor enthusiast. Disappear in the property's cabin, which boasts all the amenities, or hunt here in the morning and be fishing in Lake Wedowee in the afternoon.
Hawkins Hideaway offers both a timber investment and an excellent recreational opportunity. It boasts a mature mixed hardwood and pine forest along Buck Branch Creek, a tributary of the Tallapoosa River.
This tract has close to a quarter mile of frontage on Randolph County Road 1 (Dam Road), which is a paved county road. Interior access is provided by a logging road.
Hawkins Hideaway has an estimated 35 acres of timber and 3 acres of openings around the cabin. It has rolling terrain with beautiful views from the ridges along the southern boundary. The tract borders Buck Branch Creek, which feeds the Tallapoosa River just a few miles away.
The timber on this tract is a mix of hardwood and pine, but dominated by hardwood. It is financially mature and could be liquidated early to generate some cash flow. Hardwood markets are particularly good at this time.
The property provides an excellent, secluded recreational opportunity for the outdoor enthusiast. The cabin provides a real opportunity to “get away from it all”, boasting all the amenities, for those looking to "hide away" from the world, while the sportsman can hunt here in the morning and be fishing in Lake Wedowee in the afternoon.
This tract has a deeded easement through an adjoining landowner that serves as the primary access to the cabin.