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Chambers County Alabama Timberland for sale

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$2,200,000 720 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths
County Road 128, Daviston, AL 36256 - Chambers County

720 acres Daviston, AL

The Bend displays a rolling topography that levels along the river front. This tract has over 2 miles of river frontage with numerous acres planted in wildlife food plots and mast producing game trees. Persimmon, Sawtooth 0ak, Plum, Pear, Apple, and Chinese Chestnut Trees are in abundance throughout the tract along with Muscadine and Scuppernong Vines that parallel the roads and structures. The timber on the property has been intensely managed for a balance of hardwood and natural pine along with planted pines that range from 1 to 40 years old. There are multiple structures on the tract. There is an incredible lodge made from hand hewn logs that were taken from an old tobacco barn in the hills of North Carolina. The hewn logs are expos
TrueSouth TrueSouth Properties
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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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