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3.1 acres in Shelby County, Alabama

SAUNDERS BRIDGE RD, Sterrett, Alabama 35147 - Shelby County
$269,000 3.10 Acres
Property ID 2281585

Description

Lakeside living at its finest. Lot 24 is a 3+- acre lot overlooking the beautiful Lake Lauralee, behind the gates of Saunders Bridge in N. Shelby Co. With conservation easements for perfect privacy, a PEACEFUL existence is just 15 minutes away from Hwy 280 shopping/restaurants & all conveniences. You can live surrounded by mountains, FISH in a perfectly stocked lake, enjoy the community amentities of SWIMMING, TENNIS, HIKING, PAVILION WITH FIRE PIT, etc. but still be able to enjoy your city life. Community design concepts were inspired by the Rosemary Beach architects of 30A beach properties. A proposed house plan, by architect Steven Trueb, is available and was custom designed for Lot 24. (Plans meet ARC covenants but final plans would require additional approval.) This can be your "home away from home' or your permanent residents - WAKE UP EVERYDAY IN A LITTLE PIECE OF HEAVEN!

Directions

From Bham, take Hwy 280 E towards Chelsea. Go over mountain and turn left onto Hwy 43. Approx 10 miles , turn right onto Hwy 45. About a mile down on right - Saunders Bridge gated entrance (Previously Twin Pines Resort)

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Leigh Ann Hines

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201 Amphitheater Rd
Pelham, AL 35124

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