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113 acres for sale Chambers County

County Road 258, Five Points, Alabama 36855 - Chambers County
$310,750 113 Acres
Property ID 3100277

Description

This is a really nice 113 acre(+-) tract located in Chambers County not far from the Five Points community. If you live in the Auburn/Opelika area and are looking for a convenient hunting tract, you could be in your stand within 45 minutes. The tract has frontage on two county roads and there is a good road system throughout it making access easy. There is a really nice stand of older planted pines as well as a good mix of natural pine/hardwood areas and nice hardwood bottoms. There are nice creeks on both the northern and southern boundaries, a unique feature about this tract. If you like to deer hunt, there is a big food plot that is loaded with deer sign and there are rubs all over the tract. This along with all the white oaks in the hardwood areas make this a great hunting tract. Make sure you check this one out!

PRICED AT $2750/ACRE

*TRACT CAN POSSIBLY BE DIVIDED...PLEASE ASK ABOUT DETAILS*

FOR MORE INFO, OR TO ARRANGE A TOUR, PLEASE CONTACT:

WILL HERNDON

TUTT LAND COMPANY

OPELIKA, AL

(334)321-1821

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Turkey
Whitetail Deer

Proposed Use
Hunting/Fishing

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Hunting/Fishing

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Rolling

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