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Secluded Lodge Along The Big Black River In Southern MS
#MS344686
Warren, Mississippi
1,250.00 acres
Secluded on the edge of the Warren County hills along the Big Black River is Shiloh, a property you simply have to see to believe. This is truly one of the most unique and versatile properties available today. Nestled in the hardwood hills just above a 55-acre lake, the lodge at Shiloh is as spectacular and unique as can be. The first time I toured this one-of-a-kind masterpiece, I couldn’t help but marvel at the massive amount of detail and creativity invested in this structure. Constructed with hand-chosen, exotic materials from extremely limited sources, it can be described as perfectly warm and rustic, yet strong with the utmost level of quality and craftsmanship. As impressive as the structure is, the furnishings that are included in the sale are rare and unique beyond imagination.The lodge contains 6,270 square feet of heated and cooled space and 1,650 square feet of porches under beam. The great room when you exit the main foyer from the front door includes the kitchen with top-tier commercial grade appliances, a spacious island with custom barstools, a dining area with a hand-crafted dining table, large living area, and wood-burning fireplace. The master suite features a spacious bedroom, large walk-in shower, Jacuzzi tub, and plenty of closet space. A private screened porch with sitting area and a swinging bed is accessed off the master bedroom. Adjoining the master suite is an office. Across the hall from the office is a guest bedroom with full bath. Right behind the kitchen is a large laundry room with tons of storage space. The other end of the lodge features a cozy den with two custom bunk beds. Two additional private bedrooms with baths are off each side of the den/bunk room. A recreational area to the left of the main foyer is home to the most beautiful billiard table you have ever seen. A huge screened porch is off the great room at the rear of the lodge. This porch includes a fully equipped cooking area with all necessary appliances, a large dining area, and a wood-burning fireplace. Almost the entire area underneath the lodge can be used for storage and parking areas for utility vehicles. A large mudroom and an elevator are accessed from under the lodge. Should the lodge lose power, it is equipped with a 50 KW generator fired by enough natural gas to run everything for about two weeks. As they say “pictures don’t do it justice”. You simply have to see the Shiloh lodge for yourself in person. Shiloh is 1,250-acre wildlife paradise. With literally something for everyone, the diversity of this land is phenomenal. The top-notch deer and turkey hunting is everything you would expect from a Big Black River property. An area of the bottomland contains roughly 75 acres of open fields with willow breaks that are flooded on a controlled basis. The open areas can be allowed to generate natural moist soil grasses. Or you can grow Japanese millet, which is what is growing there now.  Either way, this is some of the best waterfowl habitat around. A huge advantage from an expense standpoint is the 55-acre lake, which serves as a reservoir to flood the waterfowl habitat without the need for generators and pumps. The lake together with several other smaller ponds, cypress sloughs, and the Big Black River make Shiloh a fisherman’s dream. About 30 to 40% of the total acres are some of the most spectacular hardwood hills around. These woods are full of top-tier hardwood species like Cherry Bark red oak, white oak, Nutall, etc. These hills are excellent places for big bucks to hide and are outstanding turkey habitat. Roughly 50 to 60% of the total acreage is a mixture of classic Big Black River bottomland and flatter upland transitional areas between the hills and bottom. These areas include numerous large fields, which are outstanding for viewing wildlife and providing all the supplemental wildlife plantings critical for balanced habitat. The bottomland areas are comprised of fields, cottonwood thickets, mixed bottomland hardwoods, and cypress and willow breaks. Other structures included are a doublewide mobile home (perfect for a caretaker’s quarters), boat house with slips, and a pole style equipment shed. Several box blinds, deer stands, several small fishing boats with trolling motors, 100 horsepower Kubota tractor, implements, and UTV’s, can be purchased separately. Give one of us a call today to view this beautiful property! 
$7,400,000
2874.80 Acres in Coahoma County (Montezuma Bend Plantation) in Dundee, MS
#MS406492
Coahoma, Mississippi
2,874.00 acres
REDUCED! If you were to ask for a large, private-ownership property to purchase with frontage along the Mississippi River, you would likely hear a response of “patience will be key, this may take a while”. Number one, not much of it exists anymore. There are plenty equity shares along the Mississippi River Bottom, but not much private ownership remains. Secondly, it rarely comes up for sale. Today may be your family’s lucky day. Welcome to Montezuma Bend Plantation! Located in one of the most sought after whitetail hunting areas in the United States, Montezuma lies just south of the Helena Bridge in Coahoma County, MS. The plantation is accessed by Thompson Road (paved) off Highway 1. Before crossing the levee, you will notice a 4,200± square foot specialized quail raising facility situated on approximately 4.13± surveyed acres. This area would be great for constructing flood protected improvements in the event Old Man River doesn't cooperate. Paradise Point Road (gravel) will then lead over the levee. The second you come off the levee, the gated, vast paradise begins…big timber, a gravel drive, and endless recreational opportunities. As you meander through the plantation, you wonder how does someone let this go? You can easily imagine the whole family, not just immediate, enjoying a place like this for years and years to come. The plantation is broken up by cultivatable fields, large blocks of timber, tree lines, sloughs, and natural lakes. The elevated cabin overlooks one of the seven lakes. The two bedroom cabin is rustic but will get the job done when you need to stay overnight. If this cabin doesn’t suit your needs, additional building sites are endless. When leaving the cabin area you will quickly realize you can ride as long as you want, four wheelers, side by sides, go karts, you name it. The kids and grandkids can take off and ride for miles. If you talk with Mississippi deer hunters for any length of time, the MS River bottom will quickly become a topic. It has been known to produce high density and some of the biggest whitetails the state has to offer. With the sporadic cultivatable areas (287.7± acres) available to plant nearly 10% of the property annually for the wildlife, the mast producing timber for an additional fall food source, and the CRP acres for bedding, this property is capable of producing and holding giants. Higher ground inside the MS River levee has been known to hold high turkey numbers and Montezuma is no different. Several groups of turkeys were noted on the initial inspection with most of them being long beards. The Mississippi River flyway has been known for great duck hunting for as long as most folks can remember and Montezuma sits right in the heart of it. When you put rice and corn a few hundred yards from the river channel, it’s a disastrous recipe for the ducks. The wintering months should bring wing shooting in the mornings and whitetail chasing in the afternoons. Hogs are a nuisance in most people’s eyes, but they also make good sausage and give you something to do throughout the spring and summer months. Thermal hunting in the open fields and “hogs with dogs” would be a blast. While working up Montezuma in the summer months, you are sure to find some crappie holes, a bream bed, or a good eddy on the MS River to catch a catfish. You shouldn't get bored at Montezuma Bend Plantation. The total acreage makeup is as follows: 2,874.80± acres - 2,293.5± deeded acres, 489.3± acre Levee Board lease, 92± accretion acres (not titled). The deeded land make up includes approximately 1,525 timberland acres, 479.68 acres enrolled in CRP (Conservation Reserve Program) through 2028 paying $72,551 annually, 287.7 cultivatable acres, and 4.13 acres outside the levee. As you ponder controlling nearly 3,000 acres along the mighty Mississippi River, think about development for the ducks, deer, a new cabin, to make it your own so you, your kids, and grandkids can call it theirs for the next 75 years. Places such as Montezuma Bend Plantation do not come up for sale very often. If you have been wanting a unique, large acreage tract on the Mississippi River, Montezuma may be your place.
$6,650,000
2159.1 Acres in Sharkey and Humphreys Counties in Belzoni, MS (Delta Twin Lakes)
#MS459231
Sharkey, Mississippi
2,159.00 acres
Welcome to Delta Twin Lakes Farm, a full-blown recreational timberland tract in the highly sought after Mississippi Delta in Humphreys and Sharkey Counties. As most know, the Mississippi Delta is home to some of the biggest whitetail deer Mississippi has to offer and the duck hunting is not so shabby either. Delta Twin Lakes Farm is comprised of 2,159.1± acres of prime delta hunting land (all contiguous except the 3.1± acre cabin site) and is situated just west of Silver City on the Humphreys/Sharkey County line. The property is made up of mainly hardwoods (300± acres mature; 70± acres wildlife cutover; remainder 26± years old), a great 20± acre duck hole, 60± acres in wildlife plots, and 40-50± acres of WRP (Wetland Reserve Program). The club is also equipped with approximately 60± acres of annually planted wildlife plots, most with deer stands. The 1.6± miles of Sunflower River frontage make up the northwestern border which creates a great natural travel corridor and additional attractant for the wintering ducks. In addition to deer and duck hunting, there is also prime hunting for small game. During the summer months, the Sunflower River can offer catfishing as well. Twin Lakes Delta Common Lodge is situated on 3.1± acres, a short 2.20 miles east of the property, on the entrance of Tay Parker Road. The Old Farmhouse lodge offers three sizable bedrooms (sleeps 18), two bathrooms, kitchen, great room with fireplace, and two car garage. The roof and one of the HVAC units was replaced in 2020. An equipment shop and game cleaning area is located just behind the lodge. A few storage containers provide additional space to park side-by-sides and ATV's. A gas tank and pressure washer area is also located behind the lodge. The lodge is on the gravel road that dead ends into the property. You will have everything you need to fully enjoy hunting the Mississippi Delta! Delta Twin Lakes Farm has been strictly managed for deer and the trail/harvest pictures show it. This farm would make a great long term hardwood timber investment while you and your family enjoy every aspect of the Mississippi Delta. This property is conveniently located 53 miles northwest of Madison, MS, 220 miles northwest of New Orleans, LA, 146 miles southwest of Memphis, TN, 147 miles southeast of Little Rock, AR, and 225 miles west of Birmingham, AL. So, if you have been searching for a large contiguous recreational hardwood tract in the Mississippi Delta without having to make the drive to the Mississippi River, give us a call today for your private tour today!
$6,369,345
2145 Acres in Montgomery County at Walker Farms in Kilmichael, MS
#MS402107
Montgomery, Mississippi
2,145.00 acres
Finding the words to accurately describe Walker Farms can be a challenge! The pure vastness and attention to detail this property offers is second to none. Walker Farms is a premier property in the Southeast, offering 2,145± acres and exceptional hunting, all surrounded by a high game fence. The LAND is what makes Walker Farms so special! Hunters love tracts along the Big Black River. Here, you get to enjoy over five miles of the river as it borders the 2,145± acres providing a hunting property that literally checks all the boxes. Certain locations have that Central Mississippi feel with the rolling terrain and ridges loaded down with hardwood and pine timber, while other areas feel like the middle of the Mississippi Delta! The main focus of Walker Farms has not only been to grow and intensively manage for trophy whitetails, but also provide incredible waterfowl and turkey hunting. A detailed map of the property is impressive with the number of food plots, deer stands, extensive trails, road systems and waterfowl habitat. Over 150 acres of wildlife plots and fields are planted year-round to ensure proper nutrition. The year-round feeding plan includes vetch, protein stations, planted corn and soybeans, and a variety of summer and winter food plots. Regarding waterfowl, this property is in an area of Montgomery County known for good duck numbers. Flood gates throughout help you control and back up water where needed, depending on how much habitat you want to create. You have options to hunt over grass flats, small timber stands and sloughs and all throughout a 200+ acre mature, cypress brake! After chasing whitetail and waterfowl in the winter, switch gears and go after turkey in the springtime. Anyone who has turkey hunted the property will speak about how great it is. With the magnitude and diversity of the land, you can go after “hill turkeys”, “open field turkeys” and the elusive “swamp turkeys”! It is nearly impossible to put on paper what all Walker Farms has to offer; it’s a place that provides everything you expect in a premier property with no corners cut. The experience it now provides is a result of years of planning, managing and hard work. Pictures, words and videos don’t do it justice…you must see it with your own eyes! Conveniently located near the town of Winona, MS in Montgomery County, the property is 1½ hours north of Jackson, MS, 2 hours south of Memphis, TN and 3 hours west of Birmingham, AL. Another benefit is its close proximity to the private airport in the town of Winona. We look forward to visiting Walker Farms with you. Qualified buyers only. An additional 1,255± acres is available with first-class lodging and improvements. This addition would provide a total of 3,400± surveyed acres divided by the Big Black River. Please call for more details.
$6,000,000
636 MT LEOPARD RD Flora MS 39071
#MS427781
Madison, Mississippi
421.00 acres
Don't miss this opportunity to own one of the most beautiful gated country estate located at 636 Mt. Leopard Rd, tucked away on approximately 415 acres of south Madison county. Nestled among wooded trees and rolling pasture land are 3 homes--the Southern mansion is 7,461 square feet with 5BR/6.5BA-- soaring ceilings, heart pine floors, elevator, handsome den with cypress walls, formal living room, formal dining with an breath taking chandelier. Amazing cooks kitchen with exposed beams, six burner gas cooktop with copper vent hood -- all overlooking a pool, pool house, and with sweeping water views. An 88 acre lake, a second home of 5,815 square feet with 4 bedrooms, a fabulous wine cellar, den, kitchen. The property also boast a caretakers lodge of 1,622 square feet. Tranquility is all around yet only 15 minutes from Renaissance shopping center. Deer and turkey abound! Seller is willing to break up this property upon request yet truly the deal is for the buyer to purchase entire tract of 431 acres. This property also can host a cattle operation with covered barn with horse riding arena as well. Apartment for caretaker of the barn is upstairs in barn. Don't miss all of this located behind a private gated entrance.
$5,999,000
636 MT LEOPARD RD Flora MS 39071
#MS345085
Madison, Mississippi
421.00 acres
Don't miss this opportunity to own one of the most beautiful gated country estate located at 636 Mt. Leopard Rd, tucked away on approximately 415 acres of south Madison county. Nestled among wooded trees and rolling pasture land are 3 homes--the Southern mansion is 7,461 square feet with 5BR/6.5BA-- soaring ceilings, heart pine floors, elevator, handsome den with cypress walls, formal living room, formal dining with an breath taking chandelier. Amazing cooks kitchen with exposed beams, six burner gas cooktop with copper vent hood -- all overlooking a pool, pool house, and with sweeping water views. An 88 acre lake, a second home of 5,815 square feet with 4 bedrooms, a fabulous wine cellar, den, kitchen. The property also boast a caretakers lodge of 1,622 square feet. Tranquility is all around yet only 15 minutes from Renaissance shopping center. Deer and turkey abound! Seller is willing to break up this property upon request yet truly the deal is for the buyer to purchase entire tract of 431 acres. This property also can host a cattle operation with covered barn with horse riding arena as well. Apartment for caretaker of the barn is upstairs in barn. Don't miss all of this located behind a private gated entrance.
$5,999,000
Pasture, Big Mature Timber, Lakes And A Creek
#MS433651
Lamar, Mississippi
743.00 acres
If your looking to have your own farm within a short drive to Hattiesburg you have found. This property has it all, it has pasture that is all fenced and cross fenced. It has big mature hardwoods that run throughout the property, but the majority of the hardwoods run along a creek that runs through the property. Then it has the big pines that are close to being ready to be thinned. It has several lakes on the property with great fishing. This property is completely fenced to run cattle on. This property has some great deer and turkey hunting with several really nice bucks harvested over the years. It has a beautiful home that is really a masterpiece. With a barn and other buildings you have everything to have a working farm. Country living at its best, you won’t know anyone is in the world. This one won’t last long so give me a call to view this property.
$5,872,500
Large Mississippi Ranch
#MS253653
Chickasaw, Mississippi
2,147.00 acres
Located in the Blackbelt Region of Mississippi this property is 2,147 acres. The soils of the Blackbelt Region are very dark fertile soils and often rival midwestern soils in productivity. This property’s rich soils and variety of forages make is truly a unique cattle operation. The weather provides an ample growing season for warm season perennial grasses that are enhanced by tremendous amounts of clovers and winter annual grasses. The forage growth on this operation allow for a stocking rates of one cow/calf pair per two acres or 1000 pounds of stocker type cattle per acre. These stocking rates are based on a 12-month grazing period with minimal supplement in the late fall. The cost of land per animal unit on this operation is well under $6K. This cost per is far below the industry average anywhere in country. This property has been operated by the same family for multiple generations. Currently used as a backgrounding operation to stage Southeastern cattle into feedlots or stocker operations throughout Oklahoma, Kansas, and the Panhandle of Texas. With the two million plus head of cattle that move from the Southeast annually to these other areas of the country this is an ideal location for an extremely highly productive operation. Large groups of cattle can be put together and placed in either stocker operations or feed yards. The owner has a large order buying facility that sits just off the property that could be purchased in addition to this property. Adding to the value of the land from production is the wildlife component. There is superb white-tail deer habitat including cover, edge, water sources, and excellent feed sources of forbs and browse. Coupling the habitat with Mississippi’s excellent deer management program the quality and quantity of deer are remarkable. There are many other game and nongame wildlife species available on the property including eastern wild turkeys, bobwhite quail, dove, and waterfowl. Currently 142.78 Acres are in CRP Quail Habitat receiving $14,990 annual income through 2031. The property is 20 miles south of Tupelo, Mississippi which is the birthplace of Elvis Presley. The property itself lies in Chickasaw County which is named after the Chickasaws a group of indigenous peoples that lived in the area for hundreds of years prior to European settlers. The civil war and the civil rights movement both of which shaped our nation occurred in this area. There is deep history and individuals who enjoys such history can spend years researching a discovering many places in the area that have helped to shape the United States. As many places across the Unites States grow in population there are competing demands for natural resources. Water availability and quality for years has been and will continue become even more of an important natural resource. There is sufficient water in this area receiving on average around 57” of precipitation. Currently there are not irrigation systems in place as the annual precipitation is more than sufficient for cattle grazing. Neighboring properties have designed impoundment systems to capture and utilize the ground water for farming purposes. The property is in Tuscaloosa aquifer if it desired to drill wells. This is a great operation and opportunity to own a piece of property that can make an operating return and continue to increase in value. Offered in cooperation with Southern Land Company TN LLC., Listing Agency, Agent: William L. Gate III 901-488-0368.
$5,650,000
45.06 Acres in Washington County in Greenville, MS
#MS258532
Washington, Mississippi
45.00 acres
Take advantage of this income producing property in Washington County, Mississippi. This 45.06+/- acre tract is currently leased to Harlow’s Casino located just outside of Greenville on the Mississippi River. The lease is currently within the 3rd 5-year term which started in September of 2004, automatically renewing unless terminated at least 12 months prior. The lease has averaged $475,000 annually since commencement with 1% of Annual Gross Revenue. The Lessee handles all maintenance and taxes. Lease available upon request.
$5,600,000
Unique Turn-Key Recreational Tract And Home In Southwest MS
#MS346199
Pike, Mississippi
1,074.00 acres
Unique turnkey recreational property with 1.2 miles frontage on the Bogue Chitto River and 1.2 miles frontage on Leatherwood creek.  This property has abundant hardwood and pine timber of various ages that have been professionally managed including 125 +/- acres of Longleaf Pine Plantation. Deer, Turkey and small game thrive due to the enhanced and diverse habitat. Excellent access is available via well maintained interior road system and trails. The Bogue Chitto River, as part of the Scenic Rivers region, is well known for great Catfish and bass fishing with scenic picturesque along the way. The house is unique also, having been built around an old passenger railcar that houses the bunk rooms with the remainder being very spacious living quarters surrounding a huge open fireplace. Outside the house is an open cooking/grilling station and covered porch area beside an in-ground pool with separate outdoor restrooms. Leatherwood road runs through the property giving excellent access to the entire tract. A gated entrance to the house provides even more privacy. Only an hour and a half from New Orleans and an hour and a half from Baton Rouge, this property makes the perfect second home or weekend retreat with all the amenities and enjoyments that the outdoors can provide.  
$5,500,000