Hunters and Sportsmen are welcome here! 55 acres of beautiful coastal Bermuda Hay fields â€“ two fields @ 20 acres each, and one 15-acre field. Plus 100+ acres rolling woodland with 3.5 miles of trails, 9 acres are planted in longleaf pine, 5-6 acres of cleared food plots, Multiple plantings of wildlife habitat and food sources around the edges of the Hay fields, there is a wet weather water collection basin put in by the Army Core of Engineers which serves as a wonderful wildlife water supply. There is approx 875-900 feet of road frontage on S. Dixie and approx 475-500 feet on Ernest Johnson Rd. You'll have a Clay pit used for a safe shooting range on the Ernest Johnson Rd side of the property. History buffs: There is also an 1860s family home site within view of one of the trails. The Sellers are willing to assist new owners in maintaining trails, planting food plots or other tasks requiring the use of tractors, rakes, spray equipment, cultivators etc. There is a gate to the front hay field that is locked, but would be the future entrance to the property close to the left front edge of the property. The gate/drive on the right side of the property will not be conveyed, it is for current owner's use. The land is currently being taxed at the agricultural rate. If Buyer chooses to change the zoning, the rollback taxes will be at the buyer's expense.