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|Address:3210 Oak Bowery Road
This is an unusual find so close to downtown Opelika and Auburn. The 181 acre property is about 5 minutes from downtown Opelika, only 15 minutes from downtown Auburn, and adjoins the Robert Trent Jones Grand National golf course. Great hunting and great home sites! There are about 50 acres of fenced, improved pastureland with underground water lines, and around 130 or so acres of beautiful mature woodlands, with mature oaks, hickorys, poplars, gums and pines. There are multiple homesites throughout the tract. The adjoining property owners all own large acreage tracts. The deer and turkey hunting (food plots are in place) is top of the line, and there is a productive dove field in the pasture area. There are many internal roads and trails throughout the property, ideal for walking trails, horseback riding, 4-wheeler rides, etc. With half a mile of paved frontage on Oak Bowery Road, this exceptional property presents many possibilities. If you want the quietness and serenity of the country, within a stones throw from Opelika and Auburn, you need to take a look at this!
FOR MORE INFO, OR TO ARRANGE YOUR TOUR, CONTACT:
TUTT LAND COMPANY
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From the intersection of 2nd Avenue and North 10th Street in Opelika, go north on North 10th Street, which becomes Oak Bowery Road, for about 3 miles and the property is on the left.
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