Mountain Homesite in the Cibola National Forest near Grants, New Mexico
Located in the Cibola National Forest on the Zuni Mountains, the Continental Divide runs through this property.
Utility Lines about 600 feet from the Southwest corner of the property
The Swimmin Hole Ranch is the a place where family memories are made. 168 acres in Kimble County, Texas, just minutes from Junction TX and 40 minutes from Kerrville TX, The Swimmin Hole Ranch is a perfect getaway for family and friends. A secluded, private ranch behind an el...
Trinity Forest is a historic & intensively managed forestry property with healthy varying ages of pine plantations & intermittent Stream-side Management Zones (SMZ's) along creek drains. Excellent public road frontage & access with excellent internal road system for forestry...
Great piece of property with cute ranch house and multiple out buildings. On community water and septic system.
Land is completely fenced with cross fencing for animals. Multiple RV pads with water and power hookups. Private access to Lake Daniels.
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Russell County is located in Alabama. The county covers 647 square miles (414,362 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of Alabama's 67 counties, Russell County ranks 22nd in terms of the size of its population (59,660, according to 2015 Census estimates). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Russell County. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of land and acreage for sale in Russell County at $2,587 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $1,288,267 (the most expensive listing being for $6.8 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Russell County was 220 acres. Land for sale in Russell County totaled 11,952 acres and $30.9 million in overall land value, with the city of Hurtsboro featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Russell County.
Land for sale including Farms in Russell County Alabama
Located in Russell County, Alabama Brookeson Properties offers a turnkey experience for those looking for a top end recreational property. This 2,100 acre property has been intensively managed for the past 7 years to produce trophy whitetails and wild turkeys. The property is consistently producing whitetails scoring above 140 with many being in the 150 class. The turkey hunting is phenomenal with managed pine plantations and open hardwoods providing high quality habitat and a thriving population. Upon entering the property you are greeted by a custom 5 bedroom home with antique beams, floors and ceilings that truly has to be seen to believe. The large great room and kitchen provide the perfect setting to entertain friends and family after
Chandlar GrahamLarson & McGowin Properties LLC
$3,100,0001,101 acresHurtsboro, AL36860 - Russell County
TEMPORARILY OFF THE MARKET - 1101 ac. western Russell County (Hurtsboro) -This is an incredible one of a kind hunting property! The likes of this don't come along often.
-Consisting of 1101 acres +/-, this real estate is in the trophy buck and turkey region of Western Russell County, and is surrounded by other large acreage holdings, including a long time quality quail plantation.
-With beautiful open fields lined with mature hardwoods and pine, to extensive hardwood bottoms loaded with acorn producing oaks, to income producing natural and planted pines, this place has it all.
-The large open fields can be made into a super quail and dove habitat. Add ducks, with the creeks and hardwood bottoms, and you have something really special.
Banks HerndonTutt Land Company
$2,171,250965 acresRutherford Road, Hurtsboro, AL36860 - Russell County
Nearly 1,000 acres located in the highly desirable area in west Russell County where Bullock, Barbour, Russell and Macon County come together. This area is a hunters paradise with loads of high quality deer, lots of turkey, great quail and quail habitat and hogs, all in a great community near Hurtsboro.
The property has one of the highest percentages of pine plantable land that you will ever find and is gently rolling. It has various stands of thinned pine and hardwood drains. It is an outstanding property for that really serious quail hunter who also loves to deer hunt.
It is located about 3 miles east of Hurtsboro on Rutherford Road (49), about 20 minutes from Union Springs, 30 minutes from Auburn or Columbus and about an hour from
Dale WalkerMossy Oak Properties Alabama Land Crafters
117 (+/-) acres for sale on Owens Road in Fort Mitchell, Alabama. This property is currently being used for farming and timber, but is better suited for residential development given its location. It is surrounded by subdivisions that were developed during the expansion of Fort Benning several years ago. There is about 50 acres of open land currently planted in cotton, 50 acres of timber, most of which are mature planted pines and the balance is in cutover land and roads. At this reduced price, there is opportunity to buy and hold this property for a future investment. Call today to schedule a showing on this tract.
*PROPERTY CAN POSSIBLY BE DIVIDED. ASK ABOUT DETAILS*
PRICED AT $595,000
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This 270 acre property consists of timberland and some pastureland. It is located in Hatchechubbee, AL 36875 Russell County. This tract has excellent turkey and whitetail deer hunting. This tract has young planted pines that are approximately 6 years old. Hardwoods along drains & creeks with excellent deer and turkey hunting. The pine timber ranges from 7 to 16 years old. Some timber has been thinned. The Ridges (a beautiful quail plantation) is located directly across the road from the property. Call Tommy Jones at 334-695-0897.
This Russell County property is located slightly south of Crawford on the east side of County Rd 41 (Boswell Road), a paved road with electric and public water service, and is less than a 30 minute drive to Columbus. The timber on 87 acres of this property has recently been removed, and the land has been site prepared and is ready for planting during the winter of 2016/2017. Timber still remains along the several streams on this property and there are 15 acres of pine planted in January 2000. This property has more than a half mile of road frontage, which provides an investment-oriented buyer the opportunity to subdivide approximately 50 acres into 5-10 acre mini-farms. The remaining 110-120 acres makes a good hunting/timber/recreation trac
John Torbert, licensed salespersonAFM Land Sales, LLC
$363,75097 acresAL Hwy 165, Cottonton, AL36851 - Russell County
THIS 97 ACRE (+/-) TRACT OFFERS GOOD INVESTMENT VALUE IN THAT IT HAS CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER VIEWS AND IS SEPARATED FROM THE RIVER ONLY BY A STRIP OWNED BY THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS. WITH PERMIT A DOCK CAN BE PUT ON THE RIVERFRONT. ALSO, THE PROPERTY IS ONLY 10-15 MILES FROM THE GATE TO FORT BENNING, AND THERE IS TREMENDOUS HOUSING GROWTH IN THAT AREA.
THIS LAND OFFERS GOOD DEER & TURKEY HUNTING, WITH RENTAL INCOME FROM A CROP FARMER. STRIKE A DEAL WITH THE FARMER TO PLANT AND LEAVE A BORDER OF SOYBEANS OR CORN AROUND THE WOODED EDGES OF THE FIELDS, AND YOU'LL HAVE A GREAT DEER HABITAT.
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TUTT LAND COMPANY
LOCATION: 5 minutes south of Hatchechubbee in Russell County, Alabama
SIZE: 179 +/- acres
LAND USE: Hunting (deer, turkey, quail and dove), recreation, agriculture, and real estate investment property
AGENT: John Matulia 334.312.0507
Special Features: This gorgeous hunting property is located just 5 minutes south of Hatchechubbee, Alabama. It is surrounded by large landowners and was once a part of Dixie Land Plantation and served as one of the plantations many quail hunting reserves. This beautiful tract boasts various types of topography and vegetation. The land is great for all types of hunting and other outdoor enjoyment, such as horseback riding. The soil is also well suited for growing different types of
John MatuliaJohn Hall & Company
$205,000100 acresCounty Road 65, Hurtsboro, AL36860 - Russell County
This really "deery" 100 +/- acre tract is about 7 miles from Hurtsboro, the Alabama area known for big bucks! You won't find a better deal on a nicely timbered tract this size in the Hurtsboro area. The property has a lot of nice hardwoods and pines throughout, and fronts for a good distance on High Log Creek. It has food plots in place, ready to plant. So, there's everything the serious deer hunter needs, food (acorns and plots), cover and water. You can easily access the whole tract by the good internal trail system. If you're in the market for a reasonably priced, excellent deer and turkey tract, don't overlook this one.
Priced at $2050 per acre!
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Banks HerndonTutt Land Company
$160,05097 acresAL Hwy 165, Cottonton, AL36851 - Russell County
!!! BIG PRICE REDUCTION !!! $1650 PER ACRE !!! THIS 97 ACRE (+/-) TRACT OFFERS VERY GOOD DEER & TURKEY TERRITORY WITHIN EASY DRIVING DISTANCE FROM COLUMBUS, PHENIX CITY & EUFAULA. FROM HOME OR WORK, YOU CAN BE IN YOUR STAND WITHIN 30 MINUTES. THE PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN A FEW HUNDRED FEET OF HATCHECHUBBEE CREEK, AND THAT AREA HOLDS LOTS OF WILDLIFE.
WITH FRONTAGE ON THE WEST SIDE OF AL HWY 165 AND A GOOD INTERNAL ROAD SYSTEM, ACCESS IS VERY GOOD.
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TUTT LAND COMPANY
Banks HerndonTutt Land Company
$140,00043 acresAL Hwy 169, Phenix City, AL36869 - Russell County
Really nice, private land that is a very short drive to town! This level to gently rolling tract is located just a short drive west of Phenix City, AL and Columbus, GA. It offers great hunting, farming opportunities and several possible private homesites. It is possible to hunt Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Dove, Quail and a few other wild game that are common in this region. Be in downtown Columbus in +/-20 minutes from this site! Many urban conveniences are less than 10 minutes away. Come out and see how you can experience the best of the country only minutes from the city.
$95,00022 acresAL Highway 169, Phenix City, AL36869 - Russell County
This property would make a great building site or mini farm location with good road frontage on AL Highway 169 just south of the Crawford Community. Very easy access into Phenix City, AL; Columbus, GA or Ft. Benning from this tract of land. The terrain is level and mainly covered in small hardwood and pine trees. It could be an ideal place to build a new home. Utilities are available along the highway frontage. The incredible sandy loam soil conditions are excellent for farming activities. You could hunt Whitetail Deer and Wild Turkey in your sprawling back yard. Opportunities to purchase country property this close to town are limited. Call today to receive more info. Additional acreage may be available.
$300,000156 acresRogers Rd, Hurtsboro, AL36089 - Russell County
Property has been used for cattle. Pasture is fenced and there is a small pond. About 85+/- acres is open pasture, the remaining is in hardwood/pine mix. (No cruise has been done on timber.)
Rogers Road dead-ends into this property. Very secluded.
This property had all titlework done to clear title. Very motivated seller...priced low...ready to sell!!
Yvonne HolstonWW SELLERS REALTY
$2,249,5921,608 acresFiretower Road, Cottonton, AL36851 - Russell County
1608 acre tract . ask $1399/ac-- Please bring all offers.. Great long term timberland and recreational land investment,or Convert to pasture Partially replanted to improved loblolly. pine. Timber mostly cut/sold but hardwood and pine left along the creeks. great pond and lake sites. Owner will divideFabulous hunting. Hunt deer from mid October to February
$944,000320 acresCarden Road, Seale, AL36875 - Russell County
Great development tract with High dollar timber value and lots of road frontage for subdividing. Great hunting . Large pond, not restricted. About a mile from Russell County Middle School, Dollar Generaland other markets.
$720,485515 acresNew Hope Church Road, Cottonton, AL36851 - Russell County
515 acres -$1399/ac creek area near Cottonton Great timberland investment tract - Sportsman's paradise -replanted to improved loblolly pine. Rolling to Hilly land with hardwood in drains and along stream sides.Great hunting for whitetail deer and other local game. Thus is in the early November whitetail rut.Hunt deer from Mid- Oct to Mid february great lake sites.
$279,800200 acreshwy 165, Cottonton, AL36851 - Russell County