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Brad Butler
Butler Land and Timber Co.

County Road 50 Tract

County Road 50, Honoraville, Alabama 36042 - Crenshaw County
$34,900 20 Acres
Property ID 2658720


Description: Beautiful recreation tract with hardwood bottom, cypress trees and the Little Patsaliga Creek runs along the perimeter of the property. This 20 acres is unique in that it sits in the corner of county road 50 and county road 1, both paved roads. There are plenty of hardwoods as a food source, and the Little Patsaliga offers a great water source. Signs of deer were everywhere, and if you are looking for an inexpensive property to enjoy hunting and fishing, you need to give me a call. Property located at latitude 31.8312 longitude -86.3620 in section 21, township 10 north, range 17 east. Property taxes are less than $100 per year.

Recreation: Crenshaw County is known for its deer hunting, and with the Little Patsaliga running through the property, you now have an opportunity to fish also. Enjoy both on this 20 acre tract.


Location: Region 11, Crenshaw County, South Alabama. Located 11 miles northwest of Luverne, 45 miles southwest of Montgomery, 17 miles east of Greenville, and 26 miles west of Troy.

Access: From Luverne, take Highway 331 north for 8.1 miles to county road 50 (Honoraville Rd). Turn left and go 3.3 miles. The property will be on your left, starting on the bridge.



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Brad Butler

Butler Land and Timber Co.

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Pensacola, FL 32507

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