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Land for sale including Hunting Land in Colbert County Alabama

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$227,815 161 acres
15272 Riverton Rose Trail, Cherokee, AL 35616 - Colbert County

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TIMBER: The timber primarily consists of a 19 year old natural regeneration stand of hardwood with some pine mixed in. HOMESITE / CABIN: If youre in the market for a very secluded, off the grid home, this is the one for you. While there's no power or county water at the road frontage, the topography does allow for a building site. WILDLIFE: A healthy population of white tailed deer and wild turkey roam the property. Ross branch creek plus two other tributary creeks and 2 wildlife openings help cater to the wildlife. For the bird watchers, there are over 430 different bird species that have been spotted in Alabama. This would make an excellent location for viewing. PROPERTY ACRES: The acres have been calculated based on GPS point
Stephan Tomlinson Natural Resources Group, Inc.
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$215,000 150 acres
Jones Road, Tuscumbia, AL 35674 - Colbert County

Jones Road Hunting and Timber Opportunity

This hunting and timber opportunity is located on Jones Road less than 30 minutes from Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The 150+/- acres features a good stand of planted pines with some hardwoods, 2 wildlife food plots with room to create more, and road frontage on a 1/3 of the property. Whitetail deer and turkey are abundant making this a great hunting tract and a creek flows through the property providing a water source for the area's wildlife. This is a great hunting camp opportunity waiting to happen with a good price. Call for more information!
Dale Jeffreys National Land Realty
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$198,170 133 acres
15244 Riverton Rose Trail, Cherokee, AL 35616 - Colbert County

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TIMBER: The timber primarily consists of a 19 year old natural regeneration stand of hardwood with some pine mixed in. HOMESITE / CABIN: If youre in the market for a very secluded, off the grid home, this is the one for you. While there's no power or county water at the road frontage, the topography does allow for a building site. WILDLIFE: A healthy population of white tailed deer and wild turkey roam the property. Ross branch creek plus two other tributary creeks and 2 wildlife openings help cater to the wildlife. For the bird watchers, there are over 430 different bird species that have been spotted in Alabama. This would make an excellent location for viewing. PROPERTY ACRES: The acres have been calculated based on GPS point
Stephan Tomlinson Natural Resources Group, Inc.