Power on Property! 450 feet from Apishapa River & County Road 64.8
40 Acres with Power in Southern Colorado near Trinidad and the Apishapa River
Power Lines run through the property.
County Road 64.8 and the Apishapa River are only about 450 feet from the
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3900 sq ft Stone house situated above a one acre lake. Of matching materials and craftsmanship is a7,100 sq ft 8 horse stall barn with generous stalls, hot and cold wash racks, saddle room, living quarters/ office space and excellent turnouts. Ideally the bar...
Tallapoosa County is a county in Alabama. It covers 766 square miles (490,432 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of the 67 counties in Alabama, Tallapoosa County ranks 31st in terms of the size of its population (40,844, according to 2015 Census estimates). Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of land and acreage for sale in Tallapoosa County at $4,805 per acre. The average listing price was $370,946 (the most expensive listing being for $3.3 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Tallapoosa County was 34 acres. Land for sale in Tallapoosa County totaled 6,794 acres and $32.6 million in overall land value, with the city of Dadeville featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Tallapoosa County.
Land for sale including Ranches in Tallapoosa County Alabama
Great property that has it all. Beautiful lodge, phenomenal lake, and great location.
Land is gently rolling and nearly all in timberland with a mix of hardwoods and pines and young planted pines. There is a 32-acre excellent fishing lake that is loaded with bass and bream. The lake has been managed by SE Pond Management for years. Also Eagle Creek flows through the property.
Has a absolute beautiful and unique lodge overlooking the 32-acre lake. It consist of 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. It comes furnished except for personal items like the mounts. It has underground power and a generator to run the the whole cabin if the power goes out. It has heart pine floors throughout and a wine cellar in the basement
Tim SpeaksSpeaks Land Company
$2,200,000608 acresDadeville, AL36853 - Tallapoosa County
LOCATION: Tallapoosa County just south of Lake Martin
SIZE: 608 acres +/-
TERRAIN: Level to gently rolling bottoms and upland hardwood
LAND USE: Recreational Hunting, Conservation Easement, Timber Investment, Fishing, Retreat
WINDY CREEK FARMS
At John Hall & Company we ask the question, What is handing down your VALUES as well as your ASSETS WORTH? The answer - leaving a legacy that is an investment as well as a vehicle that promotes family and teaches life lessons for generations. This is Windy Creek Farms. A 608 +/-acre recreational estate such as Windy Creek Farms only reaches its full potential through time and intense management.
The property boasts an internal road system second to none, old
Pete HallJohn Hall & Company
$1,624,012300 acres4 Beds | 4 Baths | 6500 sqft20665 Sen Claude Pepper Dr, Camp Hill, AL36850 - Tallapoosa County
This is a beautiful 300 (+-) acre cattle farm with an incredible custom home located in Camp Hill, AL with frontage on US Highway 280 and County Road 50. The property is only about 20 miles from the Auburn/Opelika area, 10 miles from Lake Martin and about 70 miles from Birmingham.
The home was built with special attention to detail and has some amazing woodwork on the interior. It is very spacious, 6500 SF with 4BR/4BA and would be great for a big family to start a new life in the country. All the rooms in the home are nice size and the kitchen and master bedroom are huge. If you like to cook, this kitchen is set up for the serious chef! There is a nice porch on the back of the house where you can eat dinner and watch cattle grazing
Will HerndonTutt Land Company
$895,000138 acres4 Beds | 4 Baths | 4000 sqft803 N. Thornton Road, Dadeville, AL36853 - Tallapoosa County
!!! BIG PRICE REDUCTION FROM $1,100,000 TO $895,000!!!
Spectacular 4000+/- sq. ft. (under roof) custom-built home (unbelievable quality!) on 138 (+/-) acres of hardwood covered rolling hills
Near Auburn (about 20 miles) and Lake Martin (about 5 miles), in the Walnut Hill area
Great permanent residence or Auburn "Game Day" home
2 scenic stocked ponds (1 bream & bass, the other catfish)
2 stone bottom creeks
Deer & turkey hunting
Numerous fruit trees for wildlife
Good wildlife food plot sites
Detached rustic screened "Summer House" overlooking ponds
"The best" interior trail & road system; great access
Small detatched rustic office building
Climate controlled storage building
227+/- near Alexander City with huge timber investment potential, hunting or development. Road and trail system, creek and paved road frontage on Hwy. 22 just east of Alexander City. Give Kyle a call for an appointment to ride over this tract.
Kyle IngallsSoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$400,000160 acresTallassee, AL36078 - Tallapoosa County
Located just 5 miles from Tallassee and Lake Yates and only 10 miles south of Lake Martin the Guthrie Property stands out amongst other properties in the area. The timber is covered in 2/3s of hardwood including red oak, white, beach, poplar, and river birch. Blackwater Creek meanders through the north and south sections of the property providing roosting areas for the big gobblers, a duck hole for woodies and acorns for the big bucks.
For the quail enthusiast 1/3 of the property is timbered in 20 plus year old long leaf that has recently been thinned to a quail cut. The property has had little hunting pressure over the years and is located close to Lake Martin, Auburn, Montgomery, Columbus, and all points in between.
Pete HallJohn Hall & Company
$382,500300 acresHayes Mill Road, Reeltown, AL36853 - Tallapoosa County
PENDING!! Great Hunting/Fishing/Canoeing tract that is just minutes from Auburn. Around 8000 ft. of frontage on the Saugahatchee. Two other spring fed branches are on the place; one of which the beavers have dammed up into a great little duck hole. This tract has a great interior road system that winds through this hills on this tract. Most of the timber was cut around five years ago and it is coming back in a mixed natural stand. Part of the tract could be converted into pasture.
Brian WattsSoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$349,000104 acres62-010 Allen Tract, New Site, AL36256 - Tallapoosa County
An absolutely gorgeous 104 acre tract with mature pines on 40 acres that are ready for cutting and replanting and the remaining acreage full of big hardwoods, deer, turkey, and water! Excellent and relaxing frontage on Little Emuckfaw Creek with year-round water (just watch the video). Within 50 minutes of Auburn and 35 minutes from Alexander City. If youâ€™re looking for a place where you can camp, hunt, swim, canoe, and make money growing trees, then this is what youâ€™re looking for.
Fletcher MajorsGreat Southern Land
$346,000180 acresWebster's Ford Road, Reeltown, AL36078 - Tallapoosa County
Beautiful mixed timber hunting tract close to Reeltown with frontage on Saugahatchee Creek. Several spring-fed hardwood bottoms make this a deer and turkey paradise. Unique rock out croppings and boulders in the creek create a scenic piece of property. Simple but livable 3BR/1BA 1200 sq. ft. home & basement with pave road frontage and co. water makes this a walk-in ready week-end hunting/fishing/canoeing retreat.
John HardinSoutheastern Land Group
$302,500121 acres62-006 Cannon Place, Camp Hill, AL36850 - Tallapoosa County
This 121 acre tract is nestled nicely back off of a paved county road giving you plenty of peace and quite. There is deeded access from County Road 54 a/k/a Roxana Road. Located in Southeast Tallapoosa County this property is conveniently located to Auburn/Opelika, Montgomery, and Lake Martin. There is a very nice mature stand of timber consisting primarily of pines with a nice mixture of mature hard-woods and a tremendous number of white oaks scattered throughout. The timber could be thinned immediately generating a nice return on your investment. This tract has a nice roll to it that is not too steep and it is not too flat. Beautiful Sycamore Creek runs along the eastern edge. This is a unique creek that has numerous rocky waterfalls and
118 Acres Hwy 22, Daviston, AL
118 Acres consists of open land, 16 year old planted pines that have had first thinning, approximately 30 acres open for cropland/pasture/hayfields, green fields /food plots, shooting house, and a beautiful rock bottom creek. There is also a 2 bedroom/1 bath home and old barn on the property. County water is available and paved road frontage.
John HallSoutheastern Realty & Auction Company
$154,00080 acresCotney Road, Daviston, AL36256 - Tallapoosa County
REDUCED!! 80+/- acres near Daviston , Alabama. Property consist of planted pines 15 years or so in age that have been thinned one time. There is approximately 30 acres of mature hardwood timber that runs right through the middle of the property. There is a nice creek that meanders through the hardwood bottom making for several nice pond sites. An abundance of whitetail deer and wild turkey frequent the property. The owner has power running into the property about 1500 ft. along the eastern boundary making it ready for a camper hookup or in someone wanted to build a weekend get away place or hunting cabin. Property fronts Old Wadley Rd. and Cotney Rd. which will make for easy access to property from North or South boundary lines. Both roads
Jeff HardySoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$147,600123 acresHwy. 22, Daviston, AL36256 - Tallapoosa County
REDUCED!! 80% of the timber has been cut off of this beautiful tract in a nice part of Tallapoosa County. You can find a scenic camp site on clear rocky Grapevine Creek making this a great investment. Good dirt road through a deeded easement takes you into your private get-away.
Jeff HardySoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$139,00078 acresBill Price Road, New Site, AL36256 - Tallapoosa County
Great hunting tract between Dadeville and Lake Martin with Big Sandy Creek frontage. Mixed mid aged timber, nice feeder creeks, paved road frontage on Agricola Road. There are great cabin sites on the creek. This is really a unique tract that offers both great hunting and fishing, close to town. Additional acreage available.
Dave MiltonSoutheastern Land Group
$92,80058 acresHwy 22, Daviston, AL36256 - Tallapoosa County
REDUCED!! 58 acres of land situated on Hwy 22 near Daviston near the Chambers county line. The property was a pine plantation that was cut to a seed tree cut. It would be suited well to convert some acreage to pasture. There is a creek that runs through the property and a nice pond site as well. The owner had a dozier come in and open a few deer plots and provide a good internal road system to the property. Several nice home sites. Call for more info.
Jeff HardySoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$75,00034 acresLashley Road, New Site, AL36256 - Tallapoosa County
34+/- acres in New Site, Al that is a mix of once thinned pine plantation and a few Hardwood bottoms with a nice steam. There is one wildlife opening on the property and room for several others. The thinned pine areas make great hunting spots as you can see very well through the trees. There is a good internal road system on the property as well as a fire break around the perimeter of the property. Property is just a few miles from Hwy 22 in New Site. Paved road frontage and power is available. Call for your appointment today.
Jeff HardySoutheastern Land Group, Inc.
$70,00012.4 acres62-009 McClure, Jacksons Gap, AL36861 - Tallapoosa County
CHARACTERISTICS: Owner Financing Available! 20.917 +/- acres of land located in Alexander City, Alabama. This property is located only a few blocks from downtown Alexander City and it is prime real estate ready for development. The land has great potential and is zoned R-2 (medium density resident zoning). With Alexander City aggressively pursuing new industry now is the perfect time to buy this property. For more information or zoning ordinance PDF, please call John Matulia 334.312.0507.
Enjoy the property as a working horse or cattle farm or recreational property for hunting or fishing while continuing to sell the remaining Cross Creek subdivision lots and Mini farm parcels to generate cash flow and a return on the overall investment. This property is being offered as a whole! This property also has 2 houses and a open sided barn!
Howard Haynie, CCIM, ALC, ARA, RPRALake Martin Realty - Willow Point
$745,600233 acresTallassee, AL36078 - Tallapoosa County
233 +/- acres fronting Wind Creek for 1 1/4 miles. Beautiful rock-bottomed creek flows all year. Mature hardwoods include white oak, water oak, red oak, post oak along with poplar, beech, etc. Pines cut 12 to 13 years ago; natural regeneration providing nesting/bedding cover. Loaded with deer and turkey. At least 3 different coveys of quail (wild birds). Food plots in place. Older mobile home and pole barn included. Fronts Highway 50 just 2 miles from the Tallapoosa River. A hunting/recreational tract that really has it all!
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY "REDUCED"
17+/- acres of prime commercial real estate in Jacksons Gap, Alabama. Property is situated in between Old Hwy. 280 (Jacksons Gap Rd.) and new Hwy. 280, which is the MOST traveled road in this area with high visibility to this property. Travelers from Auburn to Birmingham travel this road daily. Also on old Hwy. 280 are two entrances for vehicles, and on new Hwy. 280 are the same two entrances and a crossover already in place on Hwy. 280 (see aerial view). If you have been looking to start a new business or build your existing one & are looking for the right piece of real estate, this is the tract for you! Call for your private showing today! Property may be split. APPX. 1300 FEET OF ROAD FRONTAGE ON BOTH
Location: Central Alabama, Tallapoosa County near Alexander City, AL
Description: T23N-R22E-S18; This tract is a hunting camp paradise and also would make a great set up for a permanent residence. The 31+/- acres are situated on a dirt road (Tyler Lane) just mile off AL Hwy. 22 east of Alex City. The property is made up of primarily old mature hardwoods with approximately 10% in 15 year old pines. The property also has approximately 5 acres in field, two streams that provide for a year round water source for the wildlife and an abundance of oak trees. The property is surrounded by thick woods appearing to be grown up clear cut. This is an opportunity to "get off the grid". Excellent hunting tract loaded with deer and turkey. T