||Nearest City: Windham Springs
Located on the Tuscaloosa & Walker County line about half way between Birmingham and Tuscaloosa. Joins Mulberry Fork Wildlife Management Area
Great timber investment - professionally managed pines on 118 ac;
Great hunting - 162 ac natural pine and hardwood + 3 green fields
Beautiful hardwood bottoms - Little Indian Creek crosses the property for 1 mile
Public gravel road ends at the gate on the north line. Public water and power are available. Painted boundary lines. Gate is locked so call first for the combo
Good internal woods roads, minerals not included, 3 gas wells on the property
From Birmingham: 1 hour and 11 minutes.
From the intersection of I-65 and I-20/59, head west toward Tuscaloosa on I-20/59 and go 3.3 miles to exit 120. Take a right and merge onto AL Hwy 269 north. Stay on AL 269 for 29.9 miles and then take a left on Co Rd 53/Goodsprings Road. Go 0.2 miles and take a right onto Tutwiler Road. Go 6.8 miles and take a right onto Co Rd 6/Franklin Ferry Rd. Go 4.5 miles and turn left on Fairview Road. Go 1.1 miles and take a left on Brown Town Road. Continue about 1.0 miles to the gate on the north line. Gate is locked, so call agent ahead of time to get combo.
From Tuscaloosa: 51 minutes.
From the intersection of McFarland Blvd and U S Hwy 69, head north on Hwy 69 and go 33.0 miles. Take a right on Co Rd 6/Tutwiler Road. Go 1.6 miles and take a right on Fairview Road. Go 1.1 miles to Brown Town Road and take a right. Continue about 1.0 miles to the gate on the north line. Gate is locked, so call agent ahead of time to get combo.