LandsofAmerica.com
#1 in Rural Real Estate Online

Similar Properties

Available

1.75 acres in Coosa County, Alabama

PRESERVE CIR, Rockford, Alabama 35136 - Coosa County
$175,000 1.75 Acres
Property ID 2465069

Description

If you are looking for affordable Alabama lake property, this is one of the best kept secrets of the South. The preserve at Lake Mitchell, located near Clanton, is part of the wild life management group of Forever Wild. Owning thousands of acres, the natural beauty of the Alabama woodlands surrounding your new lake property will be maintained, while keeping development to a minimum. 120 acres of the surrounding property will never be developed and is a refuge for protected wildlife such as the American Bald Eagle and Red-Cockaded woodpecker. Lake Mitchell keeps its deep water year round and is one of the cleanest Lake in Alabama. We are also touted for its abundance of spotted bass, largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, and black crappie and white crappie. Non-game fish include channel catfish, blue catfish, and flathead catfish. Come set your anchor in paradise only minutes from Hwy 31 and I65 at THE PRESERVE at Lake Mitchell.

Directions

Take I-65 to exit 205 (Clanton) Turn LEFT onto Hwy 31 for 4 miles, Turn LEFT onto Hwy 22 East for 7.7 miles, Turn LEFT onto Hwy 121 for 1.2 miles, Take the LEFT side of the "Y", go approx 1.3 miles and Turn RIGHT onto Preserve drive entering The Preserve at Lake Mitchell.

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

Contact Seller

Fill out this form to contact Seller about this property

Doris Phillips

Lake Homes Realty, LLC

105 Hayesbury Dr., Ste. 202
Pelham, AL

Other Land for Sale in Coosa County

    NOTE: The information contained herein is provided as general information only and has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. It is provided without any guaranty, warranty or representation, expressed or implied, made by Lands of America, or any related entity, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information. The information is presented subject to errors, omissions, change of price or conditions, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Prospective purchasers should make their own investigations, projections and conclusions concerning the information.