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Little Mulberry Creek Recreation

0 AL-14, Autaugaville, Alabama 36003 - Autauga County
$704,250 313 Acres
Property ID 3170025

Description

This fishing, hunting, and real estate investment property is located in Southwest Autauga County. 22 miles West of Prattville, 12 miles East of Selma near the community of Statesville. The property has frontage on Little Mulberry Creek and State Highway 14. This tract is located near the Alabama River which is an area that is a haven for producing trophy deer and turkey. This is a good timber investment that features a diverse wildlife habitat consisting of pine plantations and merchantable hardwoods on rolling to level topography with elevations ranging from 300 ft. on ridges and 125+/- ft. along the Little Mulberry Creek. Additional features include an internal road system, established wildlife food plots, paved highway frontage on AL-14, and 1+/- mile of frontage on the beautiful Little Mulberry Creek. Call us today to schedule your private tour!

Directions

This fishing, hunting, and real estate investment property is located in Southwest Autauga County. 22 miles West of Prattville, 12 miles East of Selma near the community of Statesville. The property has frontage on Little Mulberry Creek and State Highway 14.

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Jerry Ingram

National Land Realty

10270 Hwy 80 E
Montgomery, AL 36117

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