1,171 Acres - Russell County, Alabama
Tract A990 - (SOLD)
Russell County is considered one of the top counties in the state of Alabama for recreational use. Parcel is located between Opelika, Phenix City and Hurtsboro, Alabama. This area is known for large plantations and every year this area has produced some of the top white tail deer in the state. This parcel consists of 1,171 acres, which has a mix of mature hardwood and pine, which spans over approximately 50% of the total acreage. Creek bottoms and an abundance of white and red oak makes this is a quality recreational tract. In addition to mature pine and hardwoods, property offers 570 acres of well-established loblolly, ranging from 12 years to 17 years old. The cash flow from future harvestings will go a long way to help pay for this investment. Parcel has miles of road frontage, as well as multiple access points for the ease of access. Property is surrounded by institutional timberlands at all corners. Again, this is what makes this property special and the wildlife so abundant. Call for a showing. This property won’t last long!
This property is also being offered in two separate parcels - A990A - 693 +/- Acres on the west side of Walker Road and A990B - 477 +/- Acres on the east side of Walker Road. See separate listings for details.
From Opelika AL, you will travel south on Hwy 51, better known as the Marvyn Parkway. You will go through the intersection of Hwy 80 at Marvyn and continue south on Hwy 51. Approximately 3 miles south of Hwy 80 intersection, you will take a left on North Uchee Road. You will travel approximately 1 mile, take right and travel south on Walker Road. Look for signs. Property is on both sides of Walker Road. Property also fronts St. Luke Road to the southeast and Denson Hill Road to the west. Look for Advance Land and Timber signs.
Look for Advance Land and Timber signs.
Tract A990 Russell County Alabama
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- Tract A990
- Acreage: 1,171
- Investment: $2,687,445 ($2,295/acre)