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Crenshaw County Land Info

Crenshaw County is located in Alabama. The county covers 611 square miles (390,982 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of land and acreage for sale in Crenshaw County is $2,729. On average, the price of land for sale was $485,469 (the most expensive listing being $5 million) and the median land-parcel size was 67 acres. The city of Luverne featured the greatest number of listings among cities in Crenshaw County over the period. Acreage is the most common property type listed for sale in Crenshaw County. One of the newest listings of land for sale in Crenshaw County was this listing for Kimbro Rd Tract, while 460 acres in Crenshaw County, AL was trending as the most viewed property. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Crenshaw County was 13,963 people living in a total of 6,718 households.
John Hall & Company National Land Realty

Crenshaw County, Alabama: Land, Ranches, Farms & more

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$3,230,000 1,900 acres
Petrey, AL 36062 - Crenshaw County

1,900 acres Petrey, AL

A truly unique recreational property located in Crenshaw County, Alabama, the Bryant Tract is approximately 1900 acres along approximately 5 miles of the Patsaliga River near the town of Petrey. The tract offers simply outstanding hunting opportunities. There is merchantable timber, pre-merchantable pine plantations, cypress swamps, some open water, beaver ponds, etc. on the tract. Price: $1700 Per Acre Great Deer and Duck Hunting Beaver Pond
TrueSouth TrueSouth Properties
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$1,616,625 501 acres
24-033 Gin Creek Plantation, Rutledge, AL 36071 - Crenshaw County

501 acres Rutledge, AL

This excellent tract of land is located 5 miles west of Luverne, 15 miles east of Greenville and 45 miles south of Montgomery. The property has one fourth mile of frontage on Highway 10 on the south end and one half mile of frontage on Highway 40 on the north end. The entire tract has an excellent stand of different age pine plantations that have been intensely managed for the past 25 years. The majority of the pine plantations have CRP contracts totaling 266 acres with a significant amount of value still left on the contracts. There is also a 30 acre pecan orchard. The pecan trees are the Elliot variety. These trees are very consistent producing trees and this variety always brings a premium and adds another good source of income eac
Fletcher Majors Great Southern Land
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$1,499,500 600 acres
16697 U.S. Highway 29, Dozier, AL 36028 - Crenshaw County

Crooked Run Creek

DESCRIPTION: Crooked Run Creek is a great property for the investor who wants everything on one property. This property has a renovated house that is 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, formal living room, dining room, a den, and a huge game room/bunkroom. Currently the house can sleep 9 adults. There is a 45x50 barn that is currently used for housing equipment and is set up for skinning and storing the deer harvested from the property. There are 70 acres of open land that is currently being farmed for cotton and used as hayfields. The remainder of the property is timberland that is a mixture of pine plantations and hardwood timber. Registered foresters currently manage this timber so that it is growing at optimal value. RECREATION: Crooked
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$1,446,900 689 acres
Luverne, AL 36049 - Crenshaw County

689 acres Luverne, AL

Fitzlu Farm is a rare opportunity providing an ambiance afforded only by a property that has been owned and up kept by the same family for over 75 years. Upon touring the property you will see the remnants of old share cropper houses and chimneys that speak of times past. Located between Montgomery and the Florida Panhandle it is accessible by Hwy. 331, a second access off Airport Road in the southeast corner, and conveniently located mile from Frank Sites Airfield. There are approximately 126.80 acres of open agriculture with extremely rich soils due to the proximity of Patsiliga Creek. The fields are currently planted in wheat and have been in a rotating basis of peanuts and corn offering an excellent food source for trophy deer
Pete Hall John Hall & Company
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$1,350,000 490 acres
24-034 Panola Plantation, Highland Home, AL 36041 - Crenshaw County

490 acres Highland Home, AL

Are you looking for a true turnkey property? If so Panola Plantation may be exactly what you have been looking for! This beautiful 490 acre tract is well located in northern Crenshaw County only 35 miles south of Montgomery. This tract is dominated by hardwoods as you will see in the pictures. There is a section of pines that has been thinned once that is located on the eastern side of this tract. Beautiful Rock Creek runs through the middle of this property. This creek is aptly named. It is nice to just sit by this creek and look at the clear, clean, water and listen to the sound of the water running over the rocks. Located in the Black Belt of Alabama, the wildlife is not only plentiful, but this tract also holds good numbers of Trophy Wh
Fletcher Majors Great Southern Land
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$1,322,500 529 acres
Panola, AL 36041 - Crenshaw County

Berkley Mill Creek Tract

The Berkley Mill Creek Tract is located in the Panola area of Northern Crenshaw County. This property has access via three county roads: Taylor Cross Rd from the north east, Merriweather Trail from the north west, and Horne Rd from the south west. Merchantable and premerchantable pine plantations account for 51% of the property. The opportunity exists for current and future income from the timber situated on Berkley Mill Creek Tract. As the name implies, Berkley Mill Creek does wind its way through the tract as well as having Mac Carter Creek running through the northern portion of the tract. There are several well situated and established wildlife plots on the property.
Compass South Land Sales Compass South Land Sales
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$1,115,500 460 acres
Brantley, AL 36106 - Crenshaw County

460 acres Brantley, AL

TERRIAN: Level sandy slit river bottom soils along the river with sandy clay loam soils along ridges. Elevation along river bottom at 210/ft to 220/ft and elevations along ridges at 260/ft to 350/ft. LAND USE: Hunting, fishing water front recreation, timber production. SPECIAL FEATURES: * Property fronts low traffic county road. * Good internal road system. * Over one mile of river frontage on the beautiful Conecuh River. * High site index for pine and hardwood timber production. * Substantial hardwood and natural pine timber value. * Superb hunting, the Conecuh River Region is a vast hardwood bottom area in south central Alabama known for trophy deer, turkeys and excellent duck hunting. In today timber hunting recreation
Jerry Joe Ingram National Land Realty (Jerry Joe Ingram)
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$1,076,800 673 acres
Mt. Ida Road, Rutledge, AL 36049 - Crenshaw County

673 acres Rutledge, AL

673+/- acres wooded hunting land in Crenshaw County with hardwoods and has an internal road system with wildlife plots, 1 mile frontage on the Patsaliga Creek and several duck ponds make it a duck hunter's dream. There are plenty of deer and turkey and small game. The property is secluded and has deeded access to Co. Rd. 39 near Luverne, Alabama.
Kenny King Southeastern Land Group, Inc.
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$825,000 294.45 acres
Honoraville, AL 36042 - Crenshaw County

Crenshaw County 294.45 Acres with House

Pete Hall John Hall & Company
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$691,200 432 acres
Bryan Rd, Dozier, AL 36028 - Crenshaw County

Bryan Road Tract

Description: Hunting and river fishing at its best. This area of Crenshaw County is known for big bucks, turkeys, quail, doves, and ducks. Almost 2 miles of Patsaliga River frontage, several green fields, shooting houses, planted pines, and hardwoods. This recreation tract has a lot to offer and you need to see it to appreciate it. There is approximately 220 acres of brushy cutover land. The timbered portion of this tract has areas of older planted loblolly, mature hardwood, young pine pulpwood, and mixed areas of hardwood and spruce pine. There is an island located north and west of a fork of the creek, and located south and west of the main creek. Merrill Creek runs east and west through the property, and Patsaliga River runs north and so
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$650,000 275 acres 2 Beds | 37257 Baths | 1600 sqft
810 Stricklin Road, Brantley, AL 36009 - Crenshaw County

275 Acres with Custom Built Cabin

Custom Built Lodge with approximately 1600 square feet. 2 Bedroom, 1 1/2 Bathrooms, hardwood floors, 1 x 6 tongue and groove interior walls, and gas fireplace. Screened in front porch and large carport with washer and dryer room. Field Dresser station under roof. A 24 x 36 building located near the lodge with 8 x 24 of it enclosed. Approx 275 +- acres consisting of 35 acres of 20 + loblolly pines. 235 Acres mostly 3 year old loblolly pines, with some hardwoods located along the bottoms. There are three newly built ponds, with docks all stocked and ready to fish. There are ten established food plots. This is a great deer/wildlife tract. There are fruit trees planted in several different locations on the property .
Joe Blackburn Tutt Land Company
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$595,000 278 acres 2 Beds | 1.5 Baths | 1 sqft
Stricklin Road, Brantley, AL 36009 - Crenshaw County

Pine Hills Lodge

Set in the rolling hills of south Alabama, the Pine Hills Lodge tract is a great timber investment, a prime hunting and fishing tract, and a beautiful country retreat all in one turnkey package! Located In Crenshaw County on Stricklin Road near the small town of Brantley, you can hunt, fish year-round, and relax in comfort in a custom-built lodge as you watch your pine trees grow! Price reduced by $54,000 to firm price of $595,000. Pine Hills Lodge features approximately 200 acres of four-year old Varietal Loblolly pines that were planted in February, 2012. Per literature available from ArborGen, Varietals are the most advanced genetics pine seedlings available in the world. Each individual tree is a genetic replica engineered for
Joe Blackburn Tutt Land Company
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$560,000 360 acres
Campbell Road, Luverne, AL 36049 - Crenshaw County

360 acres Luverne, AL

The property is rolling hills with mostly hardwoods with some pine timber that was thinned three years ago. There is a good internal road system, stream and food plots with plenty of deer and turkey. It is surrounded by timberland that helps the hunting and keeps it private. It is accessed by a county maintained dirt road that dead ends at the property. There is a very nice 28 x 60 3 bedroom , 2 bath Palm Harbor mobile home with an offset kitchen, office , back deck, covered front porch and a 2 car garage. The master bath is handicap accessible. The family room has a gas fireplace and the kitchen is spacious with a hand made island. There is also a shop and a old farm house that is rented. There are 2 deep wells and 2 septic tanks.
Kenny King Southeastern Land Group, Inc.
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$559,000 320 acres
Stricklin Rd, Brantley, AL 36009 - Crenshaw County

Brantley Tract

Here is an outstanding timber investment with great deer and turkey hunting located in Crenshaw County, AL about six miles from the small town of Brantley. This tract is primarily planted pine plantation with some mixed pine/hardwood stands, and includes a nice creek and a stocked pond. The Brantley tract features approximately 220 acres of Varietal Loblolly pine plantation that will be four years old in January, 2016. Per literature available from ArborGen, Varietals are the most advanced genetics pine seedlings available in the world. Each individual tree is a genetic replica engineered for fast growth, log straightness, disease resistance, and volume gain. Varietals are much more expensive to plant but are projected to significan
Joe Blackburn Tutt Land Company
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$531,320 296 acres
Sweet Water Road, Honoraville, AL 36042 - Crenshaw County

296 acres Honoraville, AL

PENDING!!!! 296+/- acre secluded hunting tract with camp and metal out building. This is a very unique recreational hunting retreat with lots of big beautiful hardwoods along a great interior road system. There is a newer model 16x84 mobile home on the property that is currently being used as a camp house along with a 24x48 metal building with two roll up doors and concreted floors. All the roads through the tract have been forestry mowed and several white oak stands have been mowed and opened up for early season bow hunting. There are several established green fields with shooting houses ready for the season. Little Patsaliga Creek runs through the property and several feeder creeks make this tract a hunters dream. The property has been
Rick Bourne Southeastern Land Group