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Looking for hunting land? A place to build a home with an open spot for horses? A timber investment? Water? This 164+- acre property located at the quiet dead end of Johnson Lane has all of that and more. From Auburn OR Montgomery, you are 30- 40 minutes from being on your hunting stand or enjoying the solitude of a day in the woods.
The nicely rolling land is filled with pine and hardwood timber. Wallahatchee Creek and several streams flow through the land and with this topography, a pond or lake is a possibility. The centrally located four acre field can be converted to a home site, a horse pasture, or developed as a dove field or wildlife food plot. A three acre field on the northern line had gravel borrowed from it long ago. Likely more of that to be had on site. The growing timber can be harvested now or thinned and kept for the future.
Your neighbors have timber or pasture with ponds. There are several homes along tree-lined Johnson Lane, so while you will have privacy, you will also have the security of a few neighbors to pass by as you head to town. You are 10 minutes to groceries and restaurants in Tallassee, AL, https://www.tallasseeal.gov/. I-85 is 10 miles south, so you can easily get on the road to Montgomery or Atlanta.
Water and power available.
You are welcome to look on your own. Print out the paper brochure from our web site that has maps to take with you. And, there are two gates, so call the agent, Lisa Love, 334-745-7530, for access instructions.
Or contact Lisa for a guided showning!