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LOCATION: This beautiful recreational/hunting ranch is located about 9 miles northeast of Brady and 4 miles northwest of Rochelle. This ranch lies approximately 1 mile off of paved FM 1121, with good county road access.
WATER: Two water wells and one stock pond on the ran...
Alabama's 611-square-mile Crenshaw County covers less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of Alabama's 67 counties, Crenshaw County ranks 56th in terms of the size of its population (13,963, according to 2015 Census estimates). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Crenshaw County. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of land and acreage for sale in Crenshaw County is $2,729. On average, the price of land for sale was $485,469 (the most expensive listing being for $5.0 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Crenshaw County was 67 acres. Land for sale in Crenshaw County totaled 10,675 acres and $29.1 million in overall land value, with the city of Luverne featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Crenshaw County.
Land for sale including Timberland in Crenshaw County Alabama
Approximately 35 Acres in genetically improved Loblolly pine (Supertrees), planted in 1998 and have been thinned once. Balance is in natural hardwood and pine. Good internal road and fireline system. Graded county road access.
Nice home site, power and water are available. Food plots, small pond, small stream.
Abundant deer, turkey and small game. The hunter who leased this tract in 2012 sent this testimonial: "I had more bucks on camera on a single piece of land than I have ever seen. (21 different bucks and about 4 of these were wall hangers,) the attached picture is of an eleven point. (I named him Branches) that I hunted pretty much all the time but just couldn't get him."
Joe RigsbyRigsby Investment Company, Inc.
$1,999,995864 acres4 Beds | 3 Baths | 2500 sqft3575 LIve Oak Road, Luverne, AL36049 - Crenshaw County
DESCRIPTION: Rarely can the perfect hunting tract be found on the open market but Butler Land and Timber Company is proud to offer such a tract with the Live Oak Plantation. Dense mature hardwood forest and pine plantations surround 90 acres of fields and food plots. There is a 4 bedroom 3 bath cabin located on the property. There is a lake that is 6 acres and is full of bass and bream. Deer, turkey, and doves can all be hunted on the Live Oak Plantation.
Brad ButlerButler Land and Timber Co.
$995,000265 acresCounty Road 41, Brantley, AL36009 - Crenshaw County
This property has everything for the hunter and fisherman with timber investment included. For the fisherman there are
2 large spring fed ponds and for the hunter there is plenty of areas that could be put into food plots and mature timber to hunt in. Irt is also a good investment property with mature timber that could be cut and replanted or thinned for a quick return and leave the remainder for future income. There is a rustic cabin overlooking one of the ponds for a week end get away. There is also a large barn with stalls and a loft with a 4 acre fenced area , if you want horses or cows.
Kenny KingSoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$275,000120 acresBeaver Pond Rd, Luverne, AL36049 - Crenshaw County
Description: This tract is a great recreation tract for hunting and fishing, but also as an investment tract. The 120 acres is broken down as: 53 acres of planted pines thinned once, 10.63 acres of seed tree pines, 21.24 acres of farmland, and 36.13 acres of mature hardwoods and pines. Patsaliga Creek runs through the northeast portion on the north side of Beaver Pond Road and tract is located on the Crenshaw/Pike Counties line. There are 71 acres on the south side of Beaver Pond Road and 49 acres on the north side. This tract is known for its ability to raise pine trees and the fertile fields are great for row cropping or pasture. Currently soybeans are planted on the 21 acres. The tract is located in sections 18 & 19, township 10 north, r
Brad ButlerButler Land and Timber Co.
$269,000140 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1310 sqft4723 Burnt Out Road, Dozier, AL36028 - Crenshaw County
140 +/- Acres in Crenshaw County
This 140 acres is located 7 miles south of Brantley just off of HWY 331. It has been used primarily for timberland. In 2006 a 3 bedroom 2 bath 1310 square foot camp house was built. The topography is rolling to sloped on parts, and there are two spring fed streams that have a fresh water supply. 90+/- acres was chipped in 2015 leaving very little debris and could be restocked if desired. The remaining 50 acres is a mixture of mature natural pine and hardwood timber. White Oaks, Longleaf Pine, and Water Oaks are plentiful on this part and provide food and cover for the wildlife. If you would like to build a pond or lake there are several potential sites for this. The rolling terrain with spring fed
Roderick McIntyrePartners Realty
$216,250173 acresLapine, AL36046 - Crenshaw County
LOCATION: Crenshaw County, AL (Horne Rd.)
SIZE: 173 +/- acres
TERRAIN: Rolling hills with creek
LAND USE: Recreational and timber investment
SPECIAL FEATURES: This is a great hunting and timber investment tract in Crenshaw County, AL. This 173 +/- acres is located just south of Panola and Highland Home in Crenshaw County, Alabama. It is a 15-minute drive east of Fort Deposit, AL and about 5 minutes from Highland Home. Mac Carter Creek runs through the east portion of this tract providing a travel corridor for deer. This property has been recently clear cut and 81 +/- acres of loblolly pine has been replanted in January of 2017. Horne Rd. splits the property into two pieces. There is a good road syst
Pete HallJohn Hall & Company
$414,000207 acresBrantley, AL36009 - Crenshaw County