75 acres-fayette county-deadwater tract (Bankston, AL)
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Mitchell Jones
Mitchell Jones
Tutt Land Company
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75 acres-fayette county-deadwater tract (Bankston, AL)

9944 Hwy 18, Bankston , Alabama 35542 - Fayette County
$165,000 75 Acres
Property ID 6447333

Description

This 75-acre tract is a hunter's paradise! It would also serve as an excellent timber investment tract, too. It is located off of Hwy 18 in Bankston, Alabama, and is 30 miles from Tuscaloosa and right at an hour from Birmingham.

Its topography would be described as rolling. There is a flat highpoint on the eastern side of the property that would make for a picturesque buildsite for a camp or cabin, overlooking the surrounding timber and with a view to the small lake. The lake is 1.5+/- acres in size and is a honeyhole for duck hunting and a vital resource for the property's high density deer population. The property's composition consists of merchantable mixed timber, the majority of which is hardwood. For the turkey hunters, there is turkey sign everywhere, and I bumped into a flock of 3-4 gobblers and a harem of hens on my first trip to the property.

There is deeded access to the property coming off of Hwy 18. For more info or to see the property, contact me by phone, text, or email. More photos coming shortly.

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Land

Fish
Bass

Proposed Use
Hunting/Fishing
Mobile
timber
Residential Single

Game
Ducks
Turkey
Whitetail Deer

Road Frontage Desc
Dirt
Road Easement

Number of Ponds (water 1-5 acres)
1

Street/Utilities
Dirt

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Mitchell Jones
Mitchell Jones
Tutt Land Company

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