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Hunting and timber land

Creek on south end of property Creek on south end of property
frontage on County Road 308 frontage on County Road 308
47 acres of 22 yr old pines just thinned 47 acres of 22 yr old pines just thinned
A powerline crosses the property for 1/2 mile A powerline crosses the property for 1/2 mile
Some beautiful hardwood on the property Some beautiful hardwood on the property
timber in one of the bottoms timber in one of the bottoms
Pinksterbloom Azalea in full bloom along the creek Pinksterbloom Azalea in full bloom along the creek
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Directions from I-65 Exit 205: (14 minutes to the property) From I-65 Exit 205 at Clanton (U. S Hwy 31 exit) go 4.0 miles south on U. S. Hwy 31 (away from Clanton) and take a left onto AL Hwy 22. Go 6.7 miles (crossing over the Coosa River) and take a left on Coosa County Road 308. Go 0.3 miles (bearing left at the fork) to the south line of the property. Look for the Cyprus Partners sign and pink flagging. You are welcome to look on your own or you can set up an appointment. Use the topo map as a guide from this point. The south line crosses County Road 308 at Lat: 32°48’17.80” N. Lon: 86°25’22.63” W.

At-A-Glance

  • Ref #264
  • StatusSold
  • Bid/Auc Date
  • StateAlabama
  • County Coosa
  • NearKellys Crossroads
  • Acres240
  • Price$ 358,000
  • Road AccessPublic-Gravel
  • Easementn/a
  • PowerNo
  • Public WaterNo
  • TerrainHilly
  • Surface WaterCreek
  • Improvements
  • Land Use Hunting/recreation
    Planted pines
  • AgentSara Baldwin
  • Agent Phone256-377-2656

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Hunting and timber land

  • Located in southwestern Coosa County about 14 minutes from I-65 exit 205 at Clanton
  • About ¼ mile to U.S. Hwy 22 and about ½ mile frontage on gravel Co. Rd 308
  • Good hunting and timber investment
  • Located within the Coosa Wildlife Management Area (owner controls who hunts)
  • About 47 acres of just-thinned planted pine about 22 years old
  • Excellent network of woods roads
  • Some timber value (call for timber appraisal)