This 240 acre property is located 4 miles north of Port Gibson, MS in Claiborne County with road frontage on Hwy 462. It has a mile of frontage on beautiful Bayou Pierre. This property consists of 140 acres of fine farmland which is 80% Falaya, Adler, Memphis and Memphis and Natchez Silt Loam and 20% Mixed and Sandy Alluvial Land. It has over 75% Class 1 and 2 Soils. It has corn of it now but also great for cotton or soybeans. There are 100 acres of woods along the bayou bank and the drains leading into Bayou Pierre providing excellent whitetail deer, turkey, small game such as rabbit and squirrel. Bayou Pierre provides great freshwater fishing for bass, bream and catfish. It feeds into the Mississippi River 7 miles to the west. This is a great example of a mixed use recreational, farmland, timberland. It is a great hunting tract surrounded by thousands of acres of timber in one of the best deer and turkey hunting areas in the south. It is also a great farm producing steady income from the property.