Joins 20,000 acres BLM Land by National Forest
160 Acres with 360 degree mountain views that adjoins over 20,000 Acres of BLM Land near the Sierra Blanca Mountain Range and the Lincoln National Forest.
This property is located in GMU 36, an area which is said to be a d...
Magnificent views of Crabapple Valley can be spotted from elevations of 2000-ft on this 131 acre hilltop ranch, located just 10 minutes from Fredericksburg and its renowned restaurants and vineyards. The main residence is a 3500 +/- sq/ft countryside home including an unde...
Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
This 129 acres of gently rolling pasture and woodland is perfect for horse lovers. Features a natural pond, open pasture/grazing land, 1.5 acre fenced exercise area, stable with three 14' x 16' stalls and tack room, 80' x 100' shop building with 3 bays and 16' ceilings plus ...
Barbour County is located in Alabama. The county covers 905 square miles (578,938 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of Alabama's 67 counties, Barbour County ranks 40th in terms of the size of its population (26,489, according to 2015 Census estimates). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Barbour County. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Barbour County at $4,007 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $414,099 (the most expensive listing being for $4.5 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Barbour County was 42 acres. Land for sale in Barbour County totaled 4,961 acres and $19.9 million in overall land value, with the city of Eufaula featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Barbour County.
Land for sale including Ranches in Barbour County Alabama
Bishop Hill is a very unique property. It is one of those rare properties that have it all. It has wildlife, lakes, and some of the finest amenities around.
Land: Consist mainly of pines with about 200 acres in hardwoods. The topography is flat to gently rolling. Has an excellent interior road system.
Wildlife: The hunting is some of the best in the state. It is perfect for the deer or quail enthusiast.
Water: Has a 13-acre and a 12-acre lake stocked with bass and bream and numerous creeks flowing through the property
Lodges: Has two pine, cedar, and cypress lodges that are stunning that overlook the 13-acre lake. They are 1800 sq.ft. and 2200 sq.ft. They are built and furnished perfect with a good combination of rusticness
Tim SpeaksSpeaks Land Company
$2,100,000400 acresEufaula, AL36027 - Barbour County
This historical plantation consists of 3,000 acres (400 acres fee simple and 2,600 acres on a long-term irrevocable hunting lease). Operated as one of Alabama's premier commercial hunting facilities since 1995, this beautiful land has abundant deer, turkey, dove and quail populations and excellent wildlife habitat. It is easily accessible being 45 miles from Montgomery, 38 miles from Auburn and 48 miles from Columbus, GA.
This land is part of a large 1841 plantation owned by Braxton Bragg Comer who was Governor of Alabama from 1907 to 1911. Before becoming Governor of Alabama, B.B. Comer was a leading industrialist, establishing a large cotton manufacturing company known as Avondale Mills of Birmingham in 1897.
The antebellum mansi
Secluded, great hunting tract, amazing potential. Property has great diversity, good mixture of hardwoods,pines, and open land. Also good creeks and lake sites. With a little bit of work the property can be outstanding.
Tim SpeaksSpeaks Land Company
$764,900290 acresStrickland Road, Clayton, AL36016 - Barbour County
This property is one of the most beautiful properties you will ever set foot on and has most everything you would ever want including a quaint cabin and big shop. To start with the property is mostly rolling hills with long beautiful views, big hardwoods, big pine plantations, picturesque meadows perfectly placed fields, and a scenic long view over scattered water below.
The property has a top quality high fence around 175 acres. The high fence has a work pen and about half of the remaining property is high fenced. Mature big bucks inhabit the high fence as well as the open areas outside. This offers the best of both worlds, keep or expand the high fence area or keep part or all as open.
In addition to the sheer beauty of the prop
Dale WalkerMossy Oak Properties Alabama Land Crafters
$762,700263 acresCo. Rd. 43, Louisville, AL36048 - Barbour County
There is 30 acres of hay fields and 30 acres longleaf pines and 30 acres of 16 year old planted pines. The remainder is in natural timber with a cypress bottom and a stream with a possible pond site and several food plots with lots of deer and turkey. There is a cabin for overnight hunts and a barn to store your equipment.
Kenny KingSoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$727,000454 acresCo. Rd. 3, Ariton, AL36311 - Barbour County
This is a great timber investment/recreational track with 70 acres of 2 year old longleaf and 105 acres to be sprayed and planted this year. there is 3/4 mile frontage on beautiful Danner Creek with good hardwoods along it, several springs and 3/4 mile frontage on both sides of the river make it a hunter and fisherman's paradise. There is over 1/2 mile paved road frontage and it could be cleared for pasture
Kenny KingSoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$506,600298 acres06-003 Wilson Branch Recreational Investment, Baker Hill, AL36027 - Barbour County
The Wilson Branch property is a multi-use property. It host some excellent recreation opportunities as well as a great timber investment. Located just outside of Baker Hill, AL this is an easy drive from Dothan and the panhandle of Florida. The stocked 4 acre lake is approximately 30 feet deep and provides great fishing opportunities. The mix of pine timber, hardwoods, and creek bottom terrain lends itself to an excellent wildlife habitat. This property is loaded with deer and turkey. The 200+/-acres of pine plantation, most of which is longleaf pine, will provide many years of timber value and income. With road frontage on Tiny Mae Road, this property is easily accessible and has a great road system along with established green fields. Giv
Enjoy some of the finest deer and turkey hunting in Alabama while your timber grows and increases in value. This is the place for you if you enjoy hunting with the potential for substantial income from timber sales. This carefully managed tract is located in northern Barbour County near the Old Springhill Plantation, a well-known hunting preserve with thousands of acres under management.
150+/- acres are in planted loblolly pines ranging from 17 to 24 years old (thinned one time). There are four access gates on Poplar Springs Road and a network of interior roads, several established food plots and 45+/- acres of beautiful mixed mature hardwoods. Water for wildlife is available from the permanent spring-fed stream. And, this property could
Farmers National CompanyFarmers National Company
$449,90025.02 acres06-002 Governor's Waterfront, Eufaula, AL36027 - Barbour County
Governor’s Waterfront #06-002 25.02 +/- Acres in Barbour County, AL Beautiful views on Lake Eufaula-Georgia Lake George with 1548’ of waterfront Potential uses are Waterfront Development, Lakefront Family Compound, RV Park, or Marina Wooded and open areas including a Pecan Orchard Great fishing and water recreation in the area! Adjoins historic cemetery of Governor John Gill Shorter 6/10 mile east of U.S. Hwy. 431, 3/10 mile south of U.S. Hwy 82 makes great RV Park location
Fletcher MajorsGreat Southern Land
$322,00083 acres0 Carlton Easterling Road, Clio, AL36017 - Barbour County
This recreation and farm property is located on Carlton Easterling Road in Clio, AL 25 minutes from Abbeville, 38 minutes from Troy, and 42 minutes from Eufaula. This tract features pasture land, some mixed timber which includes a few planted pines, a pond, and abundant county road frontage on rolling topography. The acreage is completely fenced and there are cattle currently on the property Buyer will have the option to purchase the cattle. Call us today for more information!
Jody DolesNational Land Realty
$251,875155 acresCounty Road 79, Eufaula, AL36027 - Barbour County
Located in the Black Belt region of Alabama, an area famous for growing big trees and big deer, the Bakerhill tract is a great opportunity for someone looking for a solid timber investment and some excellent hunting. This is one of those rare tracts that is primarily hardwoods. If you fish, you are 15 minutes away from a boat ramp at Lake Eufaula and instant access to some of the best largemouth bass fishing in the Southeastern United States! The Bakerhill tract, named for the small community to the south, is located in southeast Barbour County, 40 miles north of Dothan, less than 80 miles from Montgomery, and roughly 2.5 hours from I-285 in Atlanta.
Bakerhills 155 acres include a diverse mix of natural hardwood and pine forest, pla
Joe BlackburnTutt Land Company
$246,000129 acresCo. Rd. 23, Clio, AL36017 - Barbour County
There is good hardwood timber along the drains with the remainder planted in pines in 2014 for future income. Barbour County is known for big bucks and excellent hunting. The property is accessed from Co. Rd. 23 between Clio and Blue Springs and only 45 minutes to Lake Eufaula and Dothan.
38 acres in Barbour County just outside of Clio. Great hunting tract or to set up camp site or homestead. Has dirt road frontage along east side of property. mixed pines and hardwoods. Property is under a timber lease for approximately 11 more years. timber company pays $15.00 per acre per year, and must replant property at end of timber lease.
This tract has (+/-) 27 acres located in Section 9, Township 9 North, Range 25 East; all being in Barbour County, Alabama and further described by tax parcel number 2902090000005000. There are no existing government program contracts or leases on this tract. Multiple streams traverse the tract. The asking price is $2,210.00/acre with final acres to be determined by survey with cost to be split by buyer and sellers. This tract has paved road frontage on Barbour County Hwy. # 21.
Darrell GatesG & T Realty, LLC
$22,5001.39 acresLot 7 Benjamin Drive, Eufaula, AL36027 - Barbour County
This 1.39 acre residential lot in Eufaula, AL 36027 Barbour County is the perfect location for your dream home. With paved road frontage this lot is centrally located in Eufaula near all in town amenities. It is located in a well established neighborhood right off of Fox Ridge Road. This lot size is 165' x 369' and has mixed timber and a fairly flat terrain. Please call Stephanie for more information. 334-695-1347
Tom JonesMossy Oak Properties of Eufaula
$378,625178 acresCR 49, Eufaula, AL36027 - Barbour County
Two tracts available. The 130 ac in on the County line of CR 49. It includes several old structures, barns, farmhouse well, sheds and cinder block house with double garage. The house was vandalized several years back and is vacant. Lots of open land. Small pond near the south side. Nice logging road that runs through the 130 ac onto the 48 ac and then back onto the 130 again to the NE corner. 1320ft. of paved road. One mile deep. Several food plots.
Gate locked, contact agent for showing instructions.
$286,000 is for $130 ac, $92,650 for 48 ac
Yvonne HolstonWW SELLERS REALTY
$296,400152 acresGrubb, Eufaula, AL36027 - Barbour County
LOTS OF MERCHANTABLE TIMBER about 25 years old. It has a mixture of hardwood and pine, all in natural growth. EXCELLENT for wildlife. Small creek runs through this with a hardwood bottom in the SW portion.
There is also a power line running North and South and Grubb Road also runs East and West splitting this land in half. Water and power is at the street. There are also a few trails running through this tract and a few food plots. The stands belong to relatives that are hunting the property.
The land is a sandy loam soil, gently sloping, good elevation of 400 feet plateaus.