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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Chambers County Alabama

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$1,600,000 442 acres
Co Rd 11, Waverly, AL 36879 - Chambers County

442+/- ac Co. Rd. 11, Chambers County, AL

Welcome to Waverly, Alabama, a community that was first settled in the 1830s and is located in the southwest corner of Chambers County along the Lee County line. This historic community is located just a few miles from Auburn, Opelika, Lake Martin, and 45 minutes from Birmingham, Alabama. This tract is located on Chambers County Road 11 just northeast of Waverly. It consists of 442 acres of pristine upland pine plantation, mature hardwood bottoms, a rolling topography, and an extensive internal road system. The healthy pine plantation is roughly 70% of the tract with the remaining 30% in mature hardwood. There are over 2 miles of creek frontage, primarily located along Sandy Creek, which is the eastern border. There is just shy of 1 mile of
John Hardin Southeastern Land Group
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$830,000 285 acres
0 County Road 92, Lanett, AL 36863 - Chambers County

285 Acre Recreational Timber Investment

This timberland tract is ready to hunt! This 285 acre property is located on County Road 92 in Lanett, AL it is 22 minutes from La Fayette, 27 minutes from I-85, 44 minutes from LaGrange, GA, and under an hour from Auburn. The land consists of 85 +/- acres of eight-year-old planted pines with the balance in mixed pine/hardwood and bottomland hardwood. There are over 13 green fields equipped with shooting houses and ladder stands, as well as an extensive road and trail network. Camp is fully set-up with a three-bed/2-bath trailer that includes well, septic, and satellite TV. Other features include rolling and bottomland topography, abundant county dirt road frontage, and a 20x40 shed with a workshop. An additional 450 acres of leased huntin
Ellis Pilgreen National Land Realty
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$635,100 219 acres
Co. Rd. 121, Dudleyville, AL 36850 - Chambers County

219 acres Dudleyville, AL

REDUCED!! This 219 acre tract is situated on the Chambers/Tallapoosa Co. line with 1400' frontage on the Tallapoosa River, year round creek, mixed pine & hardwood plantation with abundant wildlife. Call for an appointment to see it all today. Loud shoals, hardwood creek bottoms & nice 12 yr. old pine plantation, food plots, tree stands, great pond sites, views. This one has it all! Shown by appointment only. Land Features: Creek Electric Field Hardwood Homesite Hunting Pines River Road Frontage Roads Trails Wildlife
Dave Milton Southeastern Land Group
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$576,000 180 acres
Lafayette, AL 36879 - Chambers County

180+/- Acres Chambers Co - Oak Bowery

This beautiful tract is located along the Hwy 431 corridor between Opelika and LaFayette, down Chambers Co rd 94. There is approximately 180+/- acres with gated access off of co rd 94. This tract has a great internal road system that winds through a mature pine plantation with several smaller trails that allow access to the extensive hardwood bottoms along Snapper creek. Oak Bowery was first settled in 1828 and many troops passed through this small community in Chambers Co, Alabama during the Civil War. Indian artifacts have been found along Snapper Creek as well as on old wagon wheel. This tract is only 17 miles to downtown Auburn, Al, 8 minutes to Opelika, Al, and 10 minutes to LaFayette, Al. With abundant wildlife, year round creek and s
John Hardin Southeastern Land Group
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$296,550 90 acres
Lafayette, AL 36862 - Chambers County

90+/- Acres Chambers Co - Oak Bowery

Beautiful 90+/- acre tract located in Chambers Co, Al and just 15 miles from downtown Auburn and 8 minutes from Opelika. This tract is ideal for someone wanting a great hunting tract that is easily accessible for those early morning hunts. This tract has hardwood bottoms with a spring and a mature planted pine plantation. Private gated access with a great road system that runs along the eastern border and through the middle of the tract. This tract is situated in the middle of larger land owners which allows for privacy and seclusion. The soils are mostly of Lloyd and Cecil clay loam which is great for timber production or would make good pastureland. Call for your showing today!
John Hardin Southeastern Land Group