Alabama Land for Sale

  • 1 Acres in Alabama

    $85,000, 1 Acres , 10413 Petrey Hwy, Crenshaw, Alabama

    Sale Pending

    Description: A beautiful historic house built in 1897 and located in quiet downtown Petrey

  • 13 Acres in Alabama

    $700,000, 13 Acres , County Road 2214, Pike, Alabama

    Description: Mobile home park in between Goshen and Troy, AL with 15 paying renters. Sever

  • 94 Acres in Alabama

    $349,500, 94 Acres , 276 South Hwy 123, Dale, Alabama

    Description: This property has two move in ready homes. One is a nice livable ranch house

  • 36 Acres in Alabama

    $250,000, 36 Acres , 347 Airport Rd, Crenshaw, Alabama

    Location: south alabama. Luverne is 3 miles to the south. Troy is 25 miles to the east. M

  • 3.45 Acres in Alabama

    $89,900, 3.45 Acres , 5159 County Road 4, Lowndes, Alabama

    Location: Region 8, Lowndes County, South Alabama. Located only 11 miles east of Fort Depo

  • 0.1 Acres in Alabama

    $125,000, 0.1 Acres , 61 S. Forest Ave, Crenshaw, Alabama

    Location: Region 11, South Alabama, Crenshaw County. Located in Luverne, Alabama. Opp is 2

  • 40 Acres in Alabama

    $69,995, 40 Acres , 952 William Cook Rd, Escambia, Alabama

    Location: south alabama. Brewton is 20.4 miles to the west. Andalusia is 27 miles to the n

  • 1 Acres in Alabama

    $35,000, 1 Acres , 185 Ikepugh Rd, Butler, Alabama

    Description: This is a great hunting lodge for the recreation enthusiast. It has 3 bedroom

  • 57 Acres in Alabama

    $139,500, 57 Acres , Presley Rd, Conecuh, Alabama

    Location: south alabama. Evergreen is 14.5 miles to the west. Andalusia is 19.2 miles to

  • 35 Acres in Alabama

    $119,900, 35 Acres , Baker Lane, Crenshaw, Alabama

    Description: This 35 acres would make a great small hunting tract and several places for a

  • 16 Acres in Alabama

    $36,800, 16 Acres , , Dale, Alabama

    Sale Pending

    Description: This property is conveniently located close to Ariton and Ozark off of a pave

  • 75.15 Acres in Alabama

    $175,000, 75.15 Acres , , Dale, Alabama

    Sale Pending

    Description: This property is conveniently located close to Ariton and Ozark off of a pave

  • 120 Acres in Alabama

    $275,000, 120 Acres , Beaver Pond Rd, Crenshaw, Alabama

    Description: This tract is a great recreation tract for hunting and fishing, but also as a

  • 90 Acres in Alabama

    $199,950, 90 Acres , 524 County Road 7707, Pike, Alabama

    Location: Region 11, South Alabama. Located approximately 27 miles down U.S. Highway 231 S

  • 0.5 Acres in Alabama

    $79,900, 0.5 Acres , 8964 N Main St, Crenshaw, Alabama

    Sale Pending

    Location: Region 11, South Alabama. Located in Downtown Brantley. Luverne is 9 miles to th

  • 10 Acres in Alabama

    $559,000, 10 Acres , 164 Browder Rd, Butler, Alabama

    Location: Region 11, Butler County, South Alabama. Located in McKenzie, Alabama. Georgiana


Alabama

Many states claim to be a sportsmen's paradise but few back up the boast like Alabama. With its head in the Appalachian Mountains and its toes in the Gulf of Mexico, two of every three acres in Alabama are covered in timberland, most of which is open to public hunting or accessible by permission of the landowner. Alabama was the first state to create a Golf Trail, linking courses by legendary architect Robert Trent Jones. Later it added the Alabama Bass Trail for anglers to test the state's bountiful lakes and rivers. If the smallmouth bass aren't biting sportfishing charters on the soft turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico are just a few hours away.

The counties abutting the Gulf of Mexico serve up plenty of available undeveloped property in the lowlands surrounding the towns of Fairhope and Gulf Shores. Buyers upstate can score land in the mountains or in the well-lubricated Shoals near the Tennessee border. Southeastern Alabama is home to the unique Wiregrass Region with its crystal-clear streams and spring-fed lakes.

The population of Alabama clusters around four major metropolitan areas that are strung out from north to south so even affordable rural land in corners of the state never leaves you more than a short drive from big city culture and entertainment. Huntsville is home to America's space industry; Birmingham is the state's industrial base; Montgomery is the capital and first home of the Confederate government; and historic Mobile is a major port city and the site of America's first Mardi Gras celebration.

Alabama is full of surprises from an actual ski resort to canyons with 600-foot deep walls. One of the most pleasant surprises comes when you get your property tax bill - land purchased in the Heart of Dixie will be taxed at the second lowest rate in the nation.