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Land for sale in Dutton Alabama

$1,125,000 250 acres
Dutton, AL 35744 - Jackson County

250 acres Dutton, AL

Highlights Mature Hardwood Timber Gorgeous Views Paved County Road Access Access to Tennessee River with 2,000 feet of frontage Tillable Acreage Development Potential Description If you are looking for a one of a kind property in North Alabama this is it! This 670 acres has everything to offer: Tennessee River access with 2,000+ feet of water frontage, paved county road frontage, tillable acreage, gorgeous views, timber and future development potential. The property has excellent hunting opportunities with abundant deer and turkey in this area. If you want to schedule a time to see this property call: Sean Brown at 205-531-9221
Walter Tutt Tutt Land Company
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$259,000 41 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1240 sqft
3048 County Road 59, Dutton, AL 35744 - Jackson County

41 acres Dutton, AL

This is a great farm, well kept, neat and clean full brick house built in 1999. 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, metal roof, new 30x50 farm/storage building and a 10x20 building both with electricity. 35 acres in cultivation in 2012. Termite bond, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks. Call or text 256-575-9959
Bruce Hoge SouthLand Realty & Auction LLC
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$199,750 85 acres
Co Road 395, Dutton, AL 35744 - Jackson County

85 acres Dutton, AL

Located in the states’ historically top producing Boone and Crockett county, this tract has what it takes to hold and kill deer including mature bucks. A 5-acre parcel connects the main block of timber to county road 395 and would make a good camp/homesite, close to utilities. Established UTV trails wind throughout the property providing many options when it comes to accessing stand locations and establishing/maintaining the existing food plots. The timber is a good mix of mature hardwoods as well as a nice stand of pines ready to be thinned. Many pockets of thick vegetation are located in the understory providing great “deer holding” cover. There are also areas of early successional cover with a nice stand of young pines,
Ben Richardson Whitetail Properties