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400 acres in Montgomery County, Alabama

$919,500 400 Acres
Property ID 1134406


LOCATION: South central Alabama. The property is 22.5 miles south of downtown Montgomery and 20 miles south of the southern bypass. Mobile is 150 miles to the southwest. Birmingham is 110 miles to the north.

DESCRIPTION: The Fleta Tract takes you back to the Old South. This property is perfect for the buyer looking to own their own farm/ranch. Moss- covered mature hardwoods line the entranceway to the property, leading to a nice potential home site overlooking a large stocked lake. From the hillside you view fenced and cross-fenced, gently rolling pastures that have been used to graze cattle for many years. Two additional ponds are available for watering cattle. The entire property is surrounded by timberland, giving the owner a very private haven.

RECREATION: Located in the heart of the Black Belt, this is an excellent opportunity to own great deer, turkey, and duck hunting land. There are many acorn-producing trees on the property. The lake has bass and bream in it and is ready to be fished.


ACCESS: From Exit 164 on Interstate 65 take U. S. Highway 31 South 8.2 miles and turn left onto Montgomery County Road 19 (Pettus Road). Travel 3.9 miles and turn left onto Montgomery County Road 14 (Union Academy Ada Road). The entrance to the Fleta Tract will be one mile on the right.

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