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Land for sale including Timberland in Grady Alabama

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$584,750 229 acres
3005 Gardner Road, Grady, AL 36036 - Montgomery County

229 acres Grady, AL

229+/-acres for sale in South Montgomery Co near the Briar Hill Community. This area is known for its great hunting and this tract is no exception. With large hardwood drains and plenty of cover for the wildlife this is an outdoorsmans dream. The property has paved road frontage along Gardner Rd about 3 miles South of Reds Little School House Restaurant. This tract features 139+/-acres of well managed pine plantation that should generate a nice return for the new owner. The remainder of the tract consist of mature hardwoods and wildlife openings. Montgomery is only a 30 min drive to the North and Troy is just 25 min South.
Rick Bourne Southeastern Land Group, Inc.
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$211,200 96 acres
1478 Provitt Road, Grady, AL 36036 - Crenshaw County

Provitt Road Tract

Description: This tract has a timber investment with 60+- acres of 8 year old planted loblolly pines, 30+- acres hardwood bottoms with natural spring, 3 food plots already in place, and a 2 acre pond ready to fish. The tract is located in Bradleyton on Provitt dirt road, with over 1,600 feet of road frontage. There is a good road system that traverses the property in each direction, and it is partially fenced around the perimeter of the property. It is located in sections 25 and 26, township 11 north, range 18 east and is found at latitude 31. 8978 and longitude -86.2161. Property taxes are only $231.62 per year. Recreation: This area of Crenshaw County is known for its massive bucks, and the state record was killed just a couple of mil
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$262,500 75 acres
Grady, AL 36036 - Montgomery County

Grady 75

This tract has 75 acres (plus or minus) and is located in south Montgomery Co. on Copeland Rd. east of Grady. It is in a quiet, beautiful, rural area with very fertile soils and a mix of timberland, cattle ranches, and horse farms. The topography is flat and the timber is a mix of hardwood and pines. This area has a high density of deer and turkey and a reputation for bucks with large antlers. There are several very nice food plots on the property and the owner has established numerous trails for horseback riding, hiking, or hunting. Montgomery is only forty-five minutes away, Troy is not far to the south, and Highway 231 is a short distance to the east. Great positive features such as location, timber, soils, hunting, and other recrea
Pete Coats Woodland Realty