Land for Sale in Alabama
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In terms of its size, Alabama is the country's 30th-largest state, covering an area of 52,423 square miles (34 million acres). Of this area, 50,645 square miles (97 percent) is made up of land, while the remaining 1,775 square miles comprises water. Alabama takes full advantage of its plentiful natural assets, with over 1.3 million acres of public hunting lands and some of the country's most liberal hunting seasons and bag limits. Some of the most popular wildlife species to hunt in Alabama include white-tailed deer, wild turkey, mourning doves, rabbits and waterfowl. Lands of America research shows that 96 percent of land in the Yellowhammer State is privately owned. Based on its price-per-acre value, Alabama is currently one of the five cheapest states country for rural land. This data represents $1.3 billion of land for sale in the state covering a total of 336,101 acres. Residential Land was the most common type of land for sale in Alabama. Of Alabama's 67 counties, Randolph County had the most land for sale.
Land for sale including Timberland in Banks Alabama
There is 18 acres of cropland that could be converted to pasture or hay fields and the remainder is pine/hardwood timber for hunting and future income. It is located on Sheppard Road near Enon. $ 176000
Description: This is a solid investment property with a recent timber appraisal showing this tract has over $80,000 in marketable pine timber. The field at the road can be easily bush hogged, and turned into an excellent site for building ones dream home. This area has long been considered prime hunting land. Large landowners surround the property so deer have a better chance to reach maturity. I have seen wood ducks in the small pond and have been told the turkey hunting is good.
Description: If you have been looking for an affordable property this size with a creek, some good hard woods, planted pines, and maybe a powerline to hunt this is it. Whitetail deer and turkey hunting is very good here being nestled among large land owners. Wood ducks roost up and down the half mile of frontage on the Little Buckhorn Creek adding to this tracts character. There is a quarter mile of dirt road frontage on County Road 152. Annual taxes are $107.51.
Recreation: This property is located in prime hunting territory of Pike County. There is a mixture of timber and farmland surrounding this well-located property. A powerline also goes across the property giving you great places to plant food plots and watch deer and turkey