122 acres more or less, working ranch for sale in Angelina Co., TX
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100+ Acres of gentle rolling Post oak pastures with Hill Country views and 290 East Highway frontage, only 10 minutes to downtown Fredericksburg. Unending developmental potential - gated community, retail, winery, or create a one-of-a-kind ranch estate with Hill Country impr...
Riverfront Sale! 2.1 acres with frontage on the Elk River AND bordering Pisgah National Forest for ONLY $44,900! Other properties include barniminium bordering a mountain creek and large acreage up to 67 acres in size!
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This young pine plantation tract should be considered for it's timber investment and good hunting qualities. It is located in the heart of Perry County and very near the Cahaba River. This tract has great access and the gas pipeline that runs through the tract affords the hunter an opportunity to have multiple wildlife food plots. Give Walter Tutt a call to make a site visit.
644.99 acres, more or less, located on Highway 14 and Sand Creek just west of Marion in Perry County, Alabama. Access to the property is by Highway 14 and Wilbourne Road. Access over the property is by an internal road system. Forest stands on the tract include premerchantable pine plantation, pine plantation, pine and streamside management zone timber types. The terrain on this particular tract ranges from flat or level to hilly. The soils on the property include Greenville, Mantachie, Kinston, Iuka and Smithdale soil types. These are good soils for pine timber production with site indexes, base age 50, of 85 for loblolly pine. This is an excellent property for recreation in the form of hunting. Call Gary Butler, Butler and Company
This property includes 281.47 acres, more or less, located on the Cahaba River approximately 5 to 6 miles southeast of Marion, Alabama. This tract has 1.7 miles of frontage on the scenic Cahaba River. Access to the property is by an improved woods road and is felt to be good. Forest stands consist of mostly well stocked bottomland hardwood stands. Soils on the property include the following soil types: Luverne - Smithdale complex, Minter and Ochlockonee - Riverview complex. The property is an excellent tract for hunting with habitat suitable for deer, turkey, ducks and several species of small game.
MOTIVATED SELLER! New Price! 470 Acres +/- of beautiful timberland and hunting land in Perry County near Marion, AL located off of Highway 14 East on Concord Church Road. It has public access off of County Road 74 and County Road 10. It lies within 2 miles of the Cahaba River. 300 Acres +/- are 12 year old planted pines that are newly thinned. There are 30 acres +/- of mature SMZ hardwoods along Wells Creek. There are 125 acres +/- of 4 year old planted pines. Food plots and interior road system established. Wells Creek runs through the North end of the property. Trophy deer hunting is known in this area. Many deer tracts was seen while riding the property. There is an abundance of wildlife including turkey and small game. This tract of lan
Outstanding recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast! Over 1 mile of frontage along Ocmulgee Creek, this property offers excellent hunting and fishing. A diverse mix of pine plantation, natural hardwood uplands and creek bottomlands. Minutes from Selma and close to Montgomery and I-65.
Taylor Creek Farm is 170 acres +/- of land for sale in Perry County, Alabama. This farm offers a great mix of country living, giving you a chance to run livestock and enjoy the good hunting in this area. The owner maintains approximately 75 acres +/- of beautiful open pasture land that is fenced and cross-fenced for horses and cattle. There are multiple paddocks for moving the livestock around during grazing season. The property is set up well for deer hunting, and the owners have enjoyed growing and harvesting deer through the years. A great trail system leads throughout the property. The timber on the tract is a nice mix of mature hardwoods along the creeks with some areas of pine plantation to create a habitat change. There is nice mobil
This deer and turkey hunting lodge near Marion is a turnkey property and ready to go! Enjoy 200+/- acres of great hunting and after the hunt relax back at the comfortable camp. Multiple greenfields, timber and pasture for you to hunt and explore. The camphouse is a spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Next to the camp is a large storage building to keep your 4 wheelers, side by sides, and stands organized and secure. Property also has a barn to keep your tractor and implements. And with frontage on Hartley and Horton Road, access is always easy. Enjoy having over a thousand acres to hunt next door in the National Forest! Owner will consider selling separate parcels individually.
145.01 acres, more or less, located on Highway 14 and a tributary of Sand Creek in west of Marion in Perry County, Alabama. Access to the property is by Highway 41. Access over the property is by an internal road system. Forest stands on the tract include premerchantable pine plantation, pine and streamside management zone timber types. The terrain on this particular tract ranges from flat or level to rolling to hilly. The soils on the property include Greenville, Mantachie, Kinston, Iuka and Smithdale soil types. These are good soils for pine timber production with site indexes, base age 50, of 85 for loblolly pine. This is an excellent property for recreation in the form of hunting. Call Gary Butler, Butler and Company, Inc at 334
161.12 acres, more or less, located in a bend on the Cahaba River across the river from the Suttle Community in Perry County, Alabama. Access to the property is by woods roads across other ownerships. Access over the property is by woods roads. Forest stands on the tract include premerchantable pine plantation and bottomland hardwood timber types. The terrain on this particular tract is considered to be flat or level. The soils on the property include Annemaine, Cahaba and Ochlockonee-Riverview complex soil types. These are excellent soils for pine timber production with site indexes, base age 50, ranging from 90 to 100 for loblolly pine. This will be an excellent property for recreation in the form of hunting. Call Gary Butler, But
91 acres +/- of land for sale in Perry County, Alabama. The majority of this property was recently clear cut in early 2015, and was replanted in pines in March 2016. Cosby Hill Road runs through the tract, and provides good access. The property is located approximately 4 miles north of the town of Marion. The road runs along the highest portion of the property, and the terrain rolls from there. There are a couple of areas that were previously used for food plots for hunting. This is a good opportunity to own an affordable piece of property for hunting or timber investment. There are a couple of wet weather creek drains on the property. Electricity is available along the west end. The property is 50 minutes south of Tuscaloosa and right at o
Motivated Seller! 60 Acres +/- in Perry County, AL, near Marion, located off of Highway 14 West on Rev. Jerry Wright Road. This is an excellent recreational tract for hunting or further development. The property was cut 4 years ago with natural regrowth of pines and hardwoods. This area is well known for large deer, turkey and small game. It is rolling terrain with green fields in place. There are interior trails in place. There is potential for electricity and county water. This would make a great place to hunt or could further be divided to develop. Give Lisa a call at 205-535-8935 to schedule an appointment to take a look!
59 Acres +/- of hunting land in Perry County lying off of Highway 14 West on Rev. Jerry Wright Road. Excellent tract for hunting or further development. Perry County is a known area for excellent deer and turkey hunting. The property was cut 4 years ago with natural regrowth of pines and hardwoods. Large amount of road frontage. Give Lisa a call at 205-535-8935 to take a look!
This 15.27 acres property is located near the North Perry Community in the northwest portion of Perry County, Alabama and is convenient to Selma, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, and Birmingham. This is a good Blackbelt wildlife tract with frontage on County Highway 29 and a county gravel road referred to as Willie Martin Road. Forest stand on the property include pine, pine upland hardwood and upland hardwood timber types. Soils on the property include the following soil types: Luverne â€“ Smithdale complex and Smithdale. These are good to excellent soils for pine timber production with site indexes, base age 50, of 85 to 90 for loblolly pine. Call our office today for more information!
Gary ButlerButler and Company, Inc
$990,00019 acres8 Beds | 3 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 9000 sqftRoute 1 Box 279, Marion, AL36756 - Perry County
C. 1860 Kenworthy Hall, an Italianate Villa designed by New York architect Richard Upjohn, built by Edward Kenworthy Carlisle, is distinguished by its massive brick structure, arched windows, and four story tower. One of the finest antebellum mansions in the South, the estate includes19 acres with original kitchen, carriage house and cistern.
The property consists of 5 levels starting with the wine cellar. The first or main level is the entry level, featuring a main entry hall and a cross hall. Most of the bedrooms are on the second level, and the third level is servants quarters and usable attic space. The forth level houses the tower room. There is an adjacent summer kitchen, 2 barns, a carriage house and shed. There are many fireplaces
Kay BeckettBill Mackey Real Estate
$129,50025 acres4 Beds | 3 Baths701 West Green Street, Marion, AL36756 - Perry County
C.1838 Jones-Williams, built by Robert Tingnal Jones who surveyed and constructed the Cahaba and Marion Railroad, this home is located on 25 acres. The home is built in an "L" with center hall, parlors on each side, old kitchen building connected out back, front and back stairs, 3 bedrooms up and one down with an office in what was part of the old kitchen. Outbuildings include smoke house, large barn and well house. The property is fenced and partially wooded. A rare find with 25 acres!
Robert Tingnal Jones, a graduate of West Point, located in Perry County in 1838 where he surveyed and constructed the Cahaba and Marion Railroad. He and his wife Annie E. Jones occupied this house until 1845. Two or three families lived he