1144 acres on Byrnes Lake and the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta! Just 30 minutes to Fairhope and downtown Mobile and less than an hour to Pensacola and Orange Beach!
Excellent deer, duck, and turkey hunting with boat access to the Tensaw River, Mobile Bay, and the Gulf of Mexico! The Fresh and Saltwater Fishing opportunities are World Class!
Byrnes Lake Plantation is 1144+/- acres uniquely located on high ground bordering the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta in Baldwin County, Alabama. Located just 8 miles from Spanish Fort & Interstate 10, 30 minutes from Fairhope and downtown Mobile, and under 1 hour to Alabama beaches. The property is accessed from highway 225 and has 1/2 mile of frontage along highway 225.
The properties northern boundary runs along Byrnes Lake for ½ mile and provides boat access to the Tensaw River, Mobile Bay, and the Gulf of Mexico. High elevation along the edge of Byrnes Lake is one of its most unique features, with no threat from flooding or storm surge. While most lower coastal plain tracts contain roughly 25% wetlands, Byrnes Lake Plantation contains only 10-12% wetlands, creating great waterfront opportunities not often found in this area. Water access to the Tensaw River and Mobile Bay provides unlimited recreational activities for year around enjoyment. While extremely convenient to so much by land or water, it is far enough away to have the privacy and recreational opportunities everyone dreams of?and more. The deer, duck, turkey, hog, and small game hunting is excellent and the fishing opportunities are unmatched anywhere in the entire state. Freshwater fish species as well as salt water species are found in the brackish waters of the Mobile Delta, and a short boat ride into Mobile Bay and the Gulf of Mexico one can find world class salt water fishing.
There is an extensive road system throughout providing great access, multiple green fields, a nice 2 bedroom 1 bathroom cabin, as well as a covered equipment shed. A power line right of way intersects the property and makes great wildlife openings and areas for large green fields.
The Timber stands at Byrnes Lake Plantation are diverse and comprised of advanced longleaf regeneration, merchantable loblolly pine plantations, mature mixed longleaf and loblolly pine, and mature hardwood located on the hammock lands bordering the Mobile ? Tensaw River swamp. Potential current and future timber income is substantial and would provide a great store of wealth for the new steward of this property. Estimated site index ranges from 80-95 with a base year 50.
The timber has been professionally managed and prescribed burning has been a management tool used to control the understory species and create excellent habitat for all wildlife.
Byrnes Lake Plantation is unique and a triple threat for the real estate investors. Recreation, development, or preservation through a conservation easement are all possible at Byrnes Lake. Located directly in the path of growth, the new owner will have many options in the years ahead. Recognized nationally by Forbes magazine as the top 50 places to grow a business and tied for the 8th fastest growing MSA in the entire country, Baldwin County is booming. New subdivisions continue to move further north from Spanish Fort, making Byrnes Lake Plantation an attractive site for development today. One can search long and hard to find a property that offers the convenience, recreation, development, and preservation opportunities that Byrnes Lake does, but you aren?t going to find it.
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