Welcome to your new recreational getaway just under 25 minutes from Oxford, Mississippi! The Lafayette 109 sits just south of the Little Tallahatchie River Bottom in northeast Lafayette County. This area is known for an abundance of wildlife including deer, turkey, ducks, and small game. Approximately 89.381+/- acres was placed in a conservation easement to conserve the natural state of the property which in turn offers the perfect mix of diversity to succeed any outdoorsman's expectations. There is a 15+/- acre area on the west side and 5+/- area on the east that were left unencumbered for all your building needs. You will find two entrances along County Road 267 (paved) on the west side of the property leading into the planted pines area (great place to build a cabin or pole barn) and eventually back to the slough. The slough has open water and thick timbered areas with the looks of producing some good duck hunts in the winter months. Good deer sign was noted throughout the property during the initial inspection, and Lafayette County, in general is loaded with turkeys. The property also has access along County Road 243 on the east side (another good area to build a camp or pole barn). With two access points you should be able to slip right in your favorite hunting spot without disturbing the entire place. You will also find 1,000's of acres of public land within just a few minutes from this tract in the event you have too many hunting buddies. The utility providers in this area include Sanders Water Assn (looks to join the south end of the property) and Northeast MS EPA. If you have been looking for a great recreational tract in Lafayette County, lets take a look at the Lafayette 109 today!
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