Highest Point in Alabama
This beautiful 40 acres is surrounded by the Talladega National Forest and only minutes from the Cheaha State Park, Alabamas oldest and longest continually operating state park. Cheaha Mountain is the highest point in the state of Alabama. The park has 2,800 acres of pristine woods and has plentiful trails for hiking.
From this property, enjoy the approximately two-mile drive to Lake Cheaha. The lake has been a popular gathering place for years, with picnicking, swimming, paddle boating, playground, and beach area.
This property has easy access from Ken Tuck Road. Once you arrive you will appreciate the amazing natural rock formations, mature timber consisting of mostly natural hardwoods and some pine, and the year-round spring-fed creek.
Enjoy hunting, riding ATVs, hiking, and so much more.
This is one of the last 40 acre tracts available this close to the Cheaha State Park for $58,500 (Only $1460 per acre!). Call today to set up and appointment and come watch the stars fall on Alabama.
Scott Brasher, Agent
From Heflin, AL take US 281 (past Cheaha Lake Resort) to FR 651 on right approximately 1 mile. Go 1 mile to entrance on right.
From Oxford, AL take AL 21 to McIntosh road on left. Go to Kentuck road on right and follow road until it turns into FR 651 (Ken Tuck Mtwy).
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