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$1,824,000 642 acres
County Road 64, Robertsdale, Alabama 36567 - Baldwin County

Styx River Tract

DESCRIPTION: History has been written on the rivers of the world, the original highways and roads were the creeks and rivers, battles have been fought on the rivers, and towns and cities were built on the rivers. The opportunity to add to a family history is today on the Styx River Tract. Persimmon Creek and its tributaries dissect this property before emptying into the Styx River that borders the Northeast side of the property. There is an extensive road system that allows you to access all of the property. There are numerous food plots that have been planted and fertilized by the same hunter for over 20 years. There are 145 acres of pines planted in 1999, 112 acres of pines planted in 2010, 125 acres of mature long leaf that was cut
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$875,000 500 acres
Highway 223, Saco, Alabama 36081 - Pike County

The Morgan Creek Landing

Description: The Morgan Creek Landing is a diverse property that sprawls across the landscape over gently rolling hills. This property is the heart of well-known great deer hunting country. I have heard all my life that one of the best deer hunting areas near home is Saco. This is where some of the states restocking efforts started. In the 1950s and 60s the state wildlife department released whitetail deer of Michigan descent in several areas across southern Alabama. Saco was one of them and is thriving with deer and good turkey populations to this day. This property is mostly young pine timber, but there are pockets of hardwoods scattered throughout the tract. There is mature timber around two sides of the pond. There is 49 acres of 14-ye
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$1,699,995 684 acres
Sam Jones Road, Flomaton, Alabama 36441 - Escambia County

Wawbeek Tract

DESCRIPTION: Whoever stated that Money doesnt grow on trees never looked at the Wawbeek Tract. This tract is one of the finest timber investments to hit the market in Alabama in many years. With almost 575 acres of planted pines either merchantable or near ready for thinning the Wawbeek Tract will generate revenue for many years into the future. There are 372.3 acres of planted loblolly pines 22 years old that have been thinned, 81.2 acres of thinned loblolly planted pines that are 18 years old, 21.7 acres of thinned 33-year-old planted pines, 28.3 acres of 10 year old planted loblolly pines that have not been thinned, and 71.2 acres of planted longleaf pines that are 9 years old. That is 84.5% of this tract is in timber production. Th
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$1,850,695 805 acres
Hayneville, Alabama 36040 - Lowndes County

805 Ac - Lowndes Co - Panther Creek Tract

This 805 acre tract in the Black Belt region of Alabama is truly a premier tract. The tract has been high fenced for 6 years and has been intensively managed for whitetail deer and turkeys. There are numerous wildlife food plots with hunting stands, extraordinary hardwood timber and a great road system. There is a nice large field that can be planted in supplemental crops for all types of wildlife and it will make a nice dove field. The headquarters area has two nice mobile homes and an equipment shed, deer processing area. This tract is a well protected, turnkey hunting and timber farm. The caretaker who lives at the entrance to the property and has done an exceptional job in keeping the tract groomed and maintained. Highlights
Walter Tutt Tutt Land Company
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$1,554,000 840 acres
Kings Way Rd, Citronelle, Alabama 36522 - Washington County

Carson Dickinson Tract

DESCRIPTION: If you looking for a large timberland tract with excellent recreational opportunity within one hour of Mobile, then this is the tract for you. The Carson Dickinson Tract is located at the end of a county road to provide good access, but still remain very remote. This tract has over 75% acreage in natural mixed pine/hardwood timber. RECREATION: The natural timber on this property affords the opportunity to deer and turkey hunt as well as chase squirrels and rabbits. The few young pine plantations on the property offer bedding and browse for the wildlife. Bates creek heads up on this property offers an excellent source of water for the wildlife.
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.
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$1,303,380 652 acres
Sardis Church Road, Atmore, Alabama 36502 - Escambia County

Sardis Church Road North

Sardis Church Road North tract is located in Escambia County, Alabama. It is approximately 46 miles NE from Mobile and 45 miles N of Pensacola. There is paved road frontage on Sardis Church Road and additional access from the north via Williams Lane. Philyaw Road, a gravel road, crosses through the tract. With many access points, there is potential for future division. The property consists of a 2014 pine plantation that covers 253 acres, a 2007 pine plantation that covers 284 acres, and 70 acres of natural hardwood. The neighboring properties are farms and large timber tracts.
Compass South Land Sales Compass South Land Sales
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$844,750 545 acres
Hinton Road, Waterloo, Alabama 35677 - Lauderdale County

Tract 1115

Property Location: The Waterloo Tract is located approximately 2 miles north of Waterloo, AL in northwest Lauderdale County, AL. The property is approximately 25 miles northwest of Florence, AL. Access is provided from the North on Hinton Road. Property Description: The acreage consists of +/- 245 acres of planted pine established in 2013, +/- 134 acres of thinned planted pine established in 1995, +/- 152 acres of natural upland hardwood/pine and the balance in roads and right of ways. An established internal road provides access through the property.
Compass South Land Sales Compass South Land Sales
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$1,495,000 615 acres
16665 Dozier Hwy, Dozier, Alabama 36028 - Crenshaw County

615 acres Dozier, AL

The Crooked Run Creek property is one of the most pristine properties in South Alabama. It is complete with a list of year-round activities, annual farming income, barn, +/-20 acre lake, and a beautiful 1950's completely remodeled +/-2800 SQ. FT. home. The hunting in this area is excellent. The 90 acres of farmland has been planted in corn and peanuts providing an excellent food source for the deer, turkeys, and dove. The lake is well stocked with Tiger Bass and Bluegill and large mature bass caught regularly. Several large mature deer have been harvested on this property in the past. The owner has a strict management program where only mature bucks are taken. The timber consist of primarily pine and hardwood. Some areas have been clear-cu
David Harrell The Southern Land Brokers, LLC
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$823,500 610 acres
Beech Grove Road, Carbon Hill, Alabama 35549 - Walker County

Beech Grove Tract

Beech Grove Tract is approximately 2 miles south of Carbon Hill and 13 miles west of Jasper in northwest Walker County, Alabama. There is frontage on and access via Beech Grove Road with established internal roads providing access throughout the entirety of the tract. The following describes the breakdown of the timber: 2016 planted pine- 410 acres 2004 planted pine- 9 acres 1987 planted pine- 40 acres 1985 planted pine- 65 acres The balance of the property is in natural pine and hardwood.
Compass South Land Sales Compass South Land Sales
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$646,300 562 acres
Radiant City Rd, Nauvoo, Alabama 35578 - Walker County

Nauvoo Tract

Nauvoo Tract is located approximately 1.5 miles south of Nauvoo, 5 miles north of Carbon Hill, and 16 miles northwest of Jasper in northern Walker County, Alabama. The property has frontage on multiple roads: paved road frontage on Radiant City Road and dirt road frontage on Pennington Circle as well as Pinetucky Road. Recently harvested pine plantations cover 333 acres of the tract. Natural pine and hardwood make up 143 acres. There are 39 acres of merchantable pine plantations that provide the opportunity for current income to the buyer. The remaining acres are pine plantations: 16 acres planted in 2003 and 7 acres planted in 2005.
Compass South Land Sales Compass South Land Sales
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$1,092,840 520 acres
Davis Road, Troy, Alabama 36081 - Pike County

Pine Level Tract

Pine Level Tract is located in Pike County, Alabama approximately 30 miles SE of Montgomery and 15 miles N of Troy. Road frontage is along Davis Road and Meriweather Trail. There are 393 acres of merchantable and premerchantable slash, longleaf, and loblolly plantations. Extensive maintained internal roads are an added bonus. Neighboring properties are large farms and large timberland tracts.
Compass South Land Sales Compass South Land Sales
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$959,000 685 acres
Barlow Bend, Alabama 36540 - Clarke County

685 acres Barlow Bend, AL

Owner will consider dividing this tract. This tract is an old Boise Paper Co. tract that was used for it's company hunting tract. It is a great hunting and timber tract. This tract consist of pine plantations, hardwoods and streams. There are several established food plots and a good road system. There is a small cabin with power located on the south end of the property. A county road borders the south end of the property. Hardwoods Open Fields Pine Trees Streams
Walter Tutt Tutt Land Company
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$1,095,520 548 acres
Sardis Church Road, Atmore, Alabama 36502 - Escambia County

Sardis Church Road South

Sardis Church Road South is located in Escambia County, Alabama near Atmore. It is approximately 46 miles NE from Mobile and 45 miles N of Pensacola. There is paved road frontage on Sardis Church Road. The property consists of a 2014 pine plantation that covers 127 acres, a 2006 pine plantation that covers 288 acres, and 81 acres of natural hardwood. Numerous wildlife food plots are an added bonus.
Compass South Land Sales Compass South Land Sales
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$1,959,600 852 acres 2 Beds | 1 Bath
S. Springhill Church Road, Gordon, Alabama 36343 - Houston County

Seahoss Farm

Seahoss Farm, an 852+/- acre tract located in eastern Houston County, Alabama - a short 17 miles east of Dothan - strikes the perfect balance between timber, recreation, and conservation. Enjoyment of this special property is enhanced with the inclusion of several improvements a comfortable furnished cabin, six-bay pole barn, three ponds, and sixteen food plots that have been beautifully sculpted into the landscape. Lying in the Lower Coast Plain region of Southern Alabama, Seahoss Farm has a gently rolling topography with soils that include sand, sandy loam, and sandy clay all of which are productive for agriculture and forestry. Consisting of a combination of loblolly, longleaf, and slash pines, 95% of the timber is merchantable wit
Arnie Rogers Verdura Properties
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$1,776,060 828 acres
Benton, Alabama 36785 - Lowndes County

828 Ac.- Lowndes County- Benton tract

This 828 acre Benton tract is a deer hunter's paradise, making it loaded with deer! There is great deer density with an abundance of deer sign throughout the property. Good neighbors surround the property, and it has a neighbor that is already taking care of the tract for the owner. There is power and county water on the dirt road. On the inside, this tract offers an excellent road system with gravel on site. It has pine plantations, nice merchantable timber, and some cedar and hardwood mixed in. There is a large creek that runs the south line. It's is conveniently located 15 miles away from the town of Selma and a short 35 miles from Montgomery Alabama. To schedule a showing call Walter Tutt!
Walter Tutt Tutt Land Company
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$1,180,000 535 acres
Greensboro, Alabama 36744 - Perry County

535 ac. - Perry Co. - Big Creek Tract

Highlights Timber Investment Beautiful Hardwoods & Creek! Good Camp Site Locations Diverse Timber Stand of Pine Plantations & Mature Hardwoods Internal Road Network & Food plots Description An excellent hunting and timber producing tract centrally located among the timber markets of Tuscaloosa & Greensboro. This tract is located in Northern Perry County with soils that not only produces fast growing trees but forage that produces big bucks. There are multiple access points from the county roads that border the boundary line and a good internal road network taking you to multiple food plots and hardwood bottom sites where hunting is excellent. As far as investment, it's a well diverse tract with more than 180 acres in a 17 ye
Adam Aderholt Tutt Land Company
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$2,175,000 900 acres
Dozier, Alabama 36028 - Covington County

Covington Co 900 acres

LOCATION: Near Covington County on the Conecuh River near Dozier, AL TERRAIN: Upland hardwoods to rolling hardwoods to level river plains LAND USE: Turnkey hunting recreational farm SPECIAL FEATURES: Turnkey hunting and recreational farm that has been expertly managed for trophy deer, turkey, duck hunting. The tract has large greenfields, big timber, and facilities that rival any corporate retreat. The Tomlinson property has over 9000 linear feet on the Conecuh River. The river provides access to renowned Gantt Lake, a famous reservoir known for fishing, duck hunting and investment property. The Tomlinson property is a rare find indeed.
Pete Hall John Hall & Company
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$1,211,580 508 acres
Dan Mitchell Road, Emelle, Alabama 35459 - Sumter County

Year-round Sportsman's Tract

Attention Sportsmen! Here is your chance to own a property that could be used all year long. It's very hard to find tracts with this many sporting opportunities but especially with the quality this one will offer. Bass lake, duck pond, dove field, thinned pine plantations for turkeys, and hardwoods for huge bucks. All of the major sporting game offered in our state plus a camphouse to go with it! With the different timber types (95+/- acres thinned pines, 120+/- acres hardwood, cedar thickets) and 100+/- acres of open ground for year round food sources, this tract has all the right ingredients for a highly effective wildlife and timber management program. This area of the state is known for growing huge whitetail bucks and this property is
Clay Rice National Land Realty
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$1,211,400 673 acres
10-022 Wolf Creek Tract, Forest Home, Alabama 36030 - Butler County

673 acres Forest Home, AL

This nice property is located in the Monterey Community in the northwest part of Butler County approximately 18 miles northwest of Greenville.  The property fronts on County Road 7 with water and power along the road. The entire tract has an excellent stand of timber.  Approximately 350 acres of the property are planted in pines 12 to 18 years old.  100 acres of the pines have been thinned and the other 250 acres are almost ready to thin.  Another 300 acres of the property have a good stand of large hardwood timber with significant timber value.  The balance of the property is in roads and game plots.  There are numerous gameplots located throughout the tract providing good hunting opportunities.Wolf Creek, a large year round flowing
BILL ATKINS Great Southern Land
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$2,100,000 671 acres 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 2500 sqft
Unnamed Road, Troy, Alabama 36079 - Pike County

671 acres Troy, AL

Triple J was established in 2007 and consists of 671+/- acres of well managed forestland. The current owners have done a great job at continually improving this tract of land. The property features a beautiful 4 bedroom 4 bath 2500+/- sq ft lodge with tongue and groove walls and vaulted ceilings. The main lodge was designed with an open floor plan perfect for entertaining guest. There is also a very nice 3 bedroom 2007 manufactured home located near the lodge to accommodate guest. A game cleaning shed is located near by with walk in cooler and stainless steel counter tops and sink. The shed also provides cover for tractors and equipment needed to work on the property. The hours after the hunt can be spent around the large fire ring built i
Russ Walters Southeastern Land Group
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$968,900 620 acres
Piedmont, Alabama 36272 - Calhoun County

Hunt Tract

Spectacular 620 +/- acres in Cleburne County, Alabama This one of a kind property is very hard to find with all its many attractions and amazing views. Its signature showpiece is the Terrapin Creek that flows through the northern half of the property for nearly one mile. The Terrapin Creek averages over 30 feet in width and flows year around. The Chief Ladiga Trail also runs through and alongside the Terrapin Creek on the property, which only adds to its unique beauty and charm. Nearby and just to the northeast of the property lies the Chief Ladiga Campground and the Pinhoti Trail. Downtown Piedmont, Alabama, is only 20 minutes away. The property is perfect for the nature enthusiast due to its vast mountain ranges and beautiful suns
Karl Youngblood River Region Land and Realty
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$2,030,000 973.9 acres
29-034 Wheelless Family Holdings, Wetumpka, Alabama 36092 - Elmore County

973.9 acres Wetumpka, AL

• 974 Acres of timberland set up as a great timber investment and hunting tract • Fronts approximately 1,300 feet on east side of Central Plank Road (Hwy. 9) near Wetumpka • Fronts on south side of Milam Road near Wetumpka • Less than 7 miles and 10 minutes from the Wind Creek Casino in Wetumpka yet all the peace and quiet of a place in the country • Located in the path of Wetumpka's growth • Rare opportunity to own almost 1000 acres of hunting, timberland and development property in Elmore County • Approximately 4,600 feet of creek frontage divides Central Plank Hunting and Timber and Milam Road North Tract Wheelless Family Holdings is a Beautiful 974 acre Timber Investment with a second to none recreational value as well.
Fletcher Majors Great Southern Land
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$921,400 542 acres
Rockford, Alabama 35136 - Coosa County

Old No. 7 Farm

- Central Coosa County. 1.5 hrs from Birmingham and Montgomery. 30 mins to Lake Martin. 15 mins to Lake Mitchell - 4 Bedroom Camp House with Covered Fire Pit - Established Food Plots - Well Maintained Roads - Loblolly Pine Plantation Close to First Thin Old No. 7 Farm, located near Rockford in Coosa County just off of AL Highway 22, is a beautiful recreational tract with long term timber revenue potential. 1.5 hours from Birmingham and Montgomery and just 30 minutes from Lake Martin. Managed as a family recreational tract for the past seven years.
Chas Pell BlackRidge Land Co.
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$1,315,600 506 acres
Highway 17, Geiger, Alabama 35459 - Sumter County

Noxubee River Tree Farm

Just Reduced! This fabulous recreational, timber, and hunting tract is located on the famous Noxubee River which is well known for outstanding hunting. The acreage also borders the famous Sumter Farms, which is well known for deer and turkey. The site index for pine and hardwood is excellent for great short and long term timber investment returns. All the pine has had extensive site prep and management. Wildlife food plots are scattered throughout the property to make for great deer and turkey hunting. There is a duck impoundment located on the Noxubee River for green timber flooding and a field for planted duck crops beside the timber. This property has easy access from Highway 17 and is convenient to Macon, MS; Demopolis, AL; and Tuscaloo
Bob Jamison National Land Realty
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$1,250,000 513 acres
0 Hwy 14, Aliceville, Alabama 35442 - Pickens County

Farming & Hunting Land

This 513 acre tract is located just 5 minutes from the Tombigbee and Sipsey Rivers. It is a 12 minute drive from Aliceville, a 24 minute drive from I-20/59, and a 54 minute drive from Tuscaloosa. This tract is in the heart of the Black Belt region. The property is easily accessible with great paved road frontage on Highway 14 and Gautney Cut-Off Road. Features include electricity, level topography, and open pastureland. This property features a very nice 1,400 square foot home or camp house with central heating and cooling. There is also a pole barn for equipment storage and a block building for even more private storage. You'll find deer, turkey, duck, and dove in abundance that will make for excellent large hunts! There are about 200 acre
Monroe Payne National Land Realty
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$700,000 500 acres
24-041 Patsaliga River Tract, Dozier, Alabama 36028 - Crenshaw County

500 acres Dozier, AL

The Patsaliga River Tract is a great recreational property with a huge potential time upside.with +/-500 acres, this property lends itself to many opportunities including hunting, fishing, and kayaking/canoeing. The west boundary line covers almost 2 miles of river front on the Patsaliga River. Approximately 220 acres of this tract was cut in 2006 and is currently regenerating in hardwood bottomland which will make for excellent wildlife habitat in the future. There is mature pine plantation on the property that was planted in 1986 and also some pine plantation that was planted in 2003 that is now ready for its first thinning. If you are looking for a recreational tract with future invest end options this could be it. At $1400/acre this pro
WILL FARRAR Great Southern Land
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$1,875,000 500 acres
County Road 148, Eutaw, Alabama 35462 - Greene County

Taylor Creek Sportsman's Retreat

Just Reduced! This year round recreation tract is located in an area known for some of the best deer and turkey hunting in the state. It consists of 500+/- acres of level to rolling terrain with much of it being in mature hardwood timber. There are also wildlife food plots scattered across the entire tract which makes the habitat for wildlife fantastic. For the fisherman there are 3 stocked ponds. Located next to the 8+/- acre pond is a very nice 2,200 sq. ft. house which would be great for either a part time get-away, a full time residence, or even a camphouse. The house features 2 huge bedrooms and 2 huge bathrooms, a large great room with a fireplace and kitchen area. Call today to schedule your private tour!
Allan Hixon National Land Realty
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$985,000 567 acres
0 Hwy 12, Sardis, Alabama 36775 - Lowndes County

Recreational Timber Investment

This 567 acre tract is located on Hwy 12 in Sardis, AL; it is about 15 minutes from Hwy 80, under half an hour from Hayneville, a little over half an hour from Selma, and 50 minutes from Montgomery. Compton Farm has all of the qualities that you look for in a first-class hunting recreation property. The tract has nice gentle rolling topography and drains well. Features include established food plots with nice shooting houses, a good network of internal roads, good soil types for timber growth, excellent stands of timber with a mix of good tree species, and diverse wildlife habitats ranging from upland pines to bottom land hardwoods. Included with the property is a 3-bed, 2-bath mobile home with a bunk house, 3-bay enclosed equipment shed,
Jerry Ingram National Land Realty
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$1,057,000 604 acres
Dudley Road, Tyler, Alabama 36785 - Lowndes County

604 acres Tyler, AL

604+/-acres for sale along the Lowndes and Dallas Co line. This tract is loaded with recreational opportunities that include excellent whitetail hunting as well as one of the finest turkey hunting tracts Ive ever seen. There is also a small fish pond on the property that can be enjoyed on those spring afternoons during turkey season. There are several creeks that run through the property creating beautiful hardwood travel corridors for the deer. There are 10 large food plots spread across the tract to adequately provide the wildlife with food during both Summer and Winter. The tract is very accessible with an extensive road system through out the tract. There is a small cabin located on the property that is powered by a generator (not inclu
Rick Bourne Southeastern Land Group, Inc.
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$2,448,000 680 acres
Oakland, Alabama 35677 - Lauderdale County

Natchez Trace Crop Land and Recreation Property

This tract is made up of prime ag land with nearly 1.5 miles of frontage on the Natchez Trace and only 1/4 mile from the Tennessee River. The property has several areas of younger natural timber that make excellent bedding habitat for giant North West Alabama white tails. The scenic Natchez trace hosts a nice buffer of large hardwood timber between the property and the highway, providing a private, serene setting with tons of wildlife benefits. The tillable ground is currently planted in soybeans, however, the seller has also grown cotton and corn in the past. The seller has also been approached about a possible solar lease on the portion of the property which may provide a significant source of income to the future owner. The property
John Ross Harvard National Land Realty