Sedgefield Plantation, a nearly 6,000-acre hunting and recreation property in Alabama’s Black Belt, is on the market.
The site is co-listed by Whitetail Properties and National Land Realty for $20.895 million.
“Sedgefield Plantation is truly a special place that can be used for entertaining family, friends, clients, a corporate retreat or as a real estate investment,” said Chris McCune, land specialist for Whitetail Properties. “Opportunities for a beautiful, high-quality property like this don’t come around very often.”
The property includes wildlife such as deer, turkey, quail and waterfowl, as well as a 1,000-yard shooting range, fishing, ATV and horseback riding and a 10-stall horse barn.
“The diversity of soils, timber and managed openings along with the consistent management of quail, deer and turkey for over 75 years are what make Sedgefield one of the finest premier hunting properties in the South,” said Bob Jamison, land broker and partner with National Land Realty.
There are houses, too – a three-bedroom manor house built in 1926, two guesthouses and an additional house built in 2003.
Sedgefield Plantation is in Dallas County in west central Alabama.