Lester Acres Tract is an Alabama Piedmont property, offering open pastures, timber potential, a creek and a pond, and an existing home, all of which allow for multiple uses from income generation to recreation.
This tract is located in the Piedmont region of mid-eastern Alabama, noted for rolling hills. It is in a rural setting near the city of Dadeville, Alabama on Dudleyville Road.
Lester Acres has an approximate 1,500 feet of frontage on Dudleyville Road. A gravel driveway provides primary access a short distance into the interior of the property from the highway to a current home site. There is a system of pasture and woods roads that provide access to the extremities of the tract.
The tract can accommodate several potential ownership objectives. It has about 130 acres of recently thinned timber, 34 acres of pasture, a two acre pond and a creek that flows through the tract.
There is about 113 acres of ±30-year-old loblolly plantation that was harvested back to a “seed tree” spacing early in 2018. Options are available to either make use of this cutting or start fresh with a new plantation. There are also hardwood areas on the tract.
The tract has a ±2-acre pond that has been serving the purpose of supplying water to livestock. It could be improved for fishing or even perhaps provide duck hunting opportunities. There is a creek flowing through the eastern portions as well.
There is an old home that, according to county records, was built around the year 1900. There is also an old barn. The landowner reports the house was occupied until 2006 and is currently being used for storage. We cannot account for the condition of the house or barn.
The pastures certainly provide home site opportunities. A home could be built just far enough off the public road to give the feel of seclusion and privacy. The tract is very diverse, which favors wildlife. It is in close proximity to other recreational opportunities, such as Lake Martin and the Tallapoosa River, all within easy driving distances.