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Thornton Road – 76 acres – Hinds County, MS

Price: SOLD       County: Hinds      
Thornton Road – 76 acres – Hinds County, MS

SOLD

Nestled snugly between lightly traveled Thornton Road to the north and Utica Bypass Road to the east is this little slice of heaven we call the Thornton Road 76. An absolutely gorgeous piece of land with rolling hills falling across a verdant pasture and pond down to plantation pines adjoining a hardwood lined creek bottom, this remote but accessible tract has it all. A glorious home site overlooks your pasture where deer and turkey roam. Watch them from your front porch or sun-room as bass jump in your pond and wood ducks raise their young along your creek. And the best part of all may be that Thornton Road 76 is an easy 30 minute drive to downtown Jackson and even shorter drive to Vicksburg or Crystal Springs.  If you are looking for a hunting/fishing/home site situation in the Jackson metro area, you gotta see this property!

ACREAGE BREAKDOWN:

Hardwoods:           28+/- acres

Pasture:                  27+/- acres

Plantation Pines:  20+/- acres

Pond:                      1+/-  acre

TIMBER VALUE:

Timber valued at $43,467 ($891 per timbered acre) in May, 2015 per timber cruise/appraisal by a Mississippi Registered Forester.

ASKING PRICE: $3000 per acre.

Contact: T. Logan Russell 601.259.4789

 

Documents: PRINT FLYER
Thornton Road – 76 acres – Hinds County, MS

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