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Lot #80 in Black Warrior Bay subdivision with an incredible waterfront view of Big Brush Creek on the Black Warrior River. This subdivision is centrally located in West Alabama with easy access from Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, or Meridian, MS. This 1 Acre + lot lies within a gated community with covenants and restrictions to keep the area neat, clean and private. All paved road frontage with electricity and county water. The abundance of wildlife, hardwoods, and pines sets this subdivision apart from most. The waterfront lots have at least an acre of land and there are interior tracts that can be purchased that have more acreage and even a place to deer, turkey and small game hunt. The waterfowl are abundant with a variety of birds, ducks and geese that are seen daily. The interior road system is kept groomed year round. Big Brush Creek is known for excellent catfish, crappie, bass, and bream fishing. Big Brush Creek opens into the Black Warrior River only minutes away from all waterfront property. It is a great place for boating and water sports. A private boat landing with a pier and concrete landing is centrally located in the subdivision for great access into the water. The lots are beautiful with scattered hardwood and pine timber making it easy to pick out a home site and keep your trees. If you're looking for a great subdivision on the river, this is it! Give Lisa a call at 205-535-8935 to take a look.
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