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Land for sale including Hunting Land in Calhoun County Alabama

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$115,000 37.65 acres
0 Old Bailey Springs Road, Ohatchee, AL 36271 - Calhoun County

Bailey Springs Farm & Recreation Tract

This Calhoun County farm and recreational retreat is close to Anniston and Birmingham; and is one of the most versatile tracts around. The acreage has plenty of open pasture for cattle or horses, lots of room to build the house of your dreams, and an abundance of woods for hunting and trail riding. You could also convert the pasture to agriculture or plant pine trees for future income. This is a must see tract with endless opportunities!
Brett Harden National Land Realty
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$88,500 40 acres
Jacksonville, AL 36265 - Calhoun County

Eskew Tract

Eskew Tract - 40 Acres in Woodland Hills Woodland Hills is a private community designed to give each landowner a minimum of 40 acres in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains that consists of 32 parcels. It was designed for those individuals looking for abundant land, lots of wildlife, and a quiet place to go and relax. Entry to Woodland Hills is obtained by entering through a coded gate at the entrance. All the parcels have road access consisting of unpaved gravel. Power has been run or is located close to most of the parcels. The LOA (Land Owners Association) requires each land owner to pay $200.00 annually (for every 40-acre parcel owned) to cover road maintenance issues. Note: Each of the 32/40-acre parcels cannot be div
Karl Youngblood River Region Land and Realty
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$84,900 40 acres
Jacksonville, AL 36265 - Calhoun County

Lumsden Tract

Lumsden Tract - 40 Acres in Woodland Hills Woodland Hills is a private community designed to give each landowner a minimum of 40 acres in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains that consists of 32 parcels. It was designed for those individuals looking for abundant land, lots of wildlife, and a quiet place to go and relax. Entry to Woodland Hills is obtained by entering through a coded gate at the entrance. All the parcels have road access consisting of unpaved gravel. Power has been run or is located close to most of the parcels. The Woodland Hills LOA (Land Owners Association) requires each land owner to pay $200.00 annually (for every 40-acre parcel owned) to cover road maintenance issues. Further information on some of the
Karl Youngblood River Region Land and Realty