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Land for sale including Hunting Land in Choctaw County Alabama

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$313,500 30 acres
Highway 17, Silas, AL 36919 - Choctaw County

The Silas Lake Lodge & Farm Tract

Own 30+/- acres, hunt 11,000+/-... This income producing farm and lakefront homestead is a rare find. It includes a 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with wrap around porches, a detached guest house that sleeps 6, a 2 car garage, and a triple carport. Connected to the guest house and carport is a large covered entertainment area with an outdoor fireplace, BBQ pit, and game cleaning area. The home has an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, gas fireplace, dining room, and utility room. Each bedroom overlooks the lake, and the master suite has a separate shower, whirlpool tub, double vanities, and his/her walk in closets. There are 3 storage buildings, including an immense shop that's wired and plumbed with roll up doors, so there's a
Forrest During National Land Realty
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$99,000 33 acres 1 Bed | 1 Bath | 520 sqft
468 Bonner Town Road, Needham, AL 36915 - Choctaw County

Toxey Lake House- Choctaw, AL-33ac

30+ac property with paved frontage, lake, small cabin and workshop. Beautiful property with tons of potential! Could easily become a home site or weekend getaway. Mature pine and hardwood timber and pine plantations. 3.5 acre lake. Power and water already in place. Lake house is 20ft x26ft and workshop is 12ft x 40ft. Located about 2 miles West of Toxey, AL on the Bonner Town Road. Please call Todd Lowery to schedule an appointment.
Todd Lowery Tutt Land Company
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$62,500 40 acres
Butler, AL 36904 - Choctaw County

Wahalak Creek 40 -Choctaw Co

Wahalak Creek 40 Attention hunters!! Are you looking for an affordable property to hunt deer, ducks, hogs, and turkeys? This is the place! 40 acres along Wahalak Creek in the Tombigbee river bottom. Property is about 1 miles West of the river and is well off the beaten path. Approximately 25 acres does flood on occasion but the rest of property is on the ridges. These are the first step up ridges from the river, so where does all the wildlife go when the river gets out? Thats right, the honey hole. There are 3 food plots on the property, two smaller acre fields on the ridges and one large 2.5 acre field dropping off into the creek bottom. The majority of the ridges and SMZs are comprised of mature hardwood timber. Lots of oak and poplar
Todd Lowery Tutt Land Company