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These 47 acres have been in the owner's family since 1969. 1988 pine ready to thin to reduce your cost. 1/4 mile of paved road frontage offers great access and development potential. Deer and turkey. Clay County is one of only 6 counties in Alabama offering both a fall and spring turkey season! The tract has been included in the 30,000 acre Hollins Wildlife Management Area which is part of the 217,000 acre Talladega Division of the Talladega National Forest. The tract may be left in the Hollins WMA for continued management or withdrawn from the WMA.
Extremely hard to find - this tract is totally surrounded by the Talladega National Forest. The tract Lies on a ridge parallel with Mount Cheaha (Alabama's highest point) prominent to the west. This property is accessed via a Talladega National Forest all-weather gravel road which runs through the center of the property. All landlines and corners prominently marked - firebreak lane all around the property. This tract has a dense stand of merchantable old growth timber.
An ideal recreation or timber producing property. Scenic Ray Creek runs through the property along with a couple of spring branches. Has a mixed pine / hardwood mature timber profile. Scenic views from mountain top on northwest side of the property. Boundaries marked. Large surrounding landowners - timber companies on 3 sides (North, West and South) and private property on east side. Access to property is through a John Hancock Company timber road.
A truly unique and extremely hard-to-find property. Hunting/fishing paradise and suitable for exclusive development in the mountains of Clay County, Alabama, near Ashland and Lineville.Property has 50 acres of mature hardwoods, and 186 acres of mixed young growth timber.
Loaded with deer, small game, and turkey - Clay County is one of only six counties in Alabama offering both a fall and spring turkey season! Also, Clay County has a very liberal deer limit with 2 per day (1 doe and 1 buck) for the first 46 days of the 70 day season (through January 31st!). Wildlife food plot.
Beautiful views of a pristine 53 acre watershed lake and breathtaking vistas from mountain top (1,382 - 1,180 foot elevations).
Additional creeks and historic graphite mine on the property.
Build your retirement dream here and/or potentially develop.