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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Ariton Alabama

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$274,500 120 acres
County Road 206, Ariton, AL 36311 - Dale County

The Upper McInnis Creek Tract

This is a fine property with a lot to offer. It has a couple nice pond sites that are tributaries of Blacks Creek. One of which could easily support a 6-8 acre pond. There are several good options for homesites overlooking this site. Although most of this tract is hardwood there are roughly 25 or more acres of older marketable pines. There are some very scenic hardwood bottoms and mixed upland drainages throughout this tract of timber. There are a couple small out buildings near the center of the property. A good road system runs throughout this tract. There is a deeded easement that begins at a locked gate on Dale County Road 206 that runs less than 100 feet into The Upper McInnis Tract. Recreation: This is a hunting and getting back
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$11,500 2.5 acres
Barnes Cross Road, Ariton, AL 36311 - Dale County

The Slice of Heaven

This is a wooded 2.5 acre lot of good buildable property in the Ariton and Skipperville school zones. This is on a paved County Road 221 in Dale County. This well-draining property slopes slightly to the north. There is plenty of room for a house and yard. It is bordered by a pine plantation on two sides and the paved road to the east. You will need to install a well which is generally $3-$4 thousand. The septic system should be inexpensive due to the soil. There is about 750 of road frontage. The taxes are less than $35 annually. Recreation: You can camp, ride atvs, and nature walk.
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$109,500 45 acres
County Road 301, Ariton, AL 36311 - Dale County

Concord Road Tract

This is a diverse piece of property with planted pines, loaded with valuable hardwoods, and running water. There are 17 acres of planted longleaf pines that are 10 plus years old. There is plenty of deer and turkey sign. There is a beaver pond on the southern end of the property that I am sure ducks frequent. You would be hard pressed to find a better hunting tract of this size. Electricity is available. There are good places near the front to build a cabin or home and you could have a deer plot in view from the back porch. This property is in the Skipperville school zone. Recreation: This is a hunting, camping, and wildlife viewing retreat.
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.