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16 +/- Acres Timberland Tuscaloosa Co. Alabama

Old Ford Rd, Northport, Alabama 35452

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15.59Acres
This wooded road front lot has plenty of potential for development. Located down a quiet dead end street, this would be the perfect property to personalize for a country getaway while being only a few minutes from town. Less than 5 miles from Lake Lurleen and less than 10 miles from downtown Tuscaloosa, this property offers the best of both worlds.
$175,000

16 +/- Acres Timberland Tuscaloosa Co. Alabama

Old Ford Rd, Northport, Alabama 35452
15.59Acres
This wooded road front lot has plenty of potential for development. Located down a quiet dead end street, this would be the perfect property to personalize for a country getaway while being only a few minutes from town. Less than 5 miles from Lake Lurleen and less than 10 miles from downtown Tuscaloosa, this property offers the best of both worlds.
$175,000

16 +/- Acres Timberland Tuscaloosa Co. Alabama

Old Ford Rd, Northport, Alabama 35452
$175,000

15+/- Acres Bordering Bankhead with Cabin

3399 County Road 81, Danville, Alabama 35619

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15Acres
Here is a perfect opportunity for horse riders and hunting enthusiasts with an option for generating income by establishing an Airbnb or if you prefer, make it your very own private weekend retreat. You will find this awesome chance bordering the historic Bankhead National Forest in Lawrence County, Alabama. These 15 acres are comprised of wooded areas, with a mix of flat and rolling terrain.
$99,900

15+/- Acres Bordering Bankhead with Cabin

3399 County Road 81, Danville, Alabama 35619
15Acres
Here is a perfect opportunity for horse riders and hunting enthusiasts with an option for generating income by establishing an Airbnb or if you prefer, make it your very own private weekend retreat. You will find this awesome chance bordering the historic Bankhead National Forest in Lawrence County, Alabama. These 15 acres are comprised of wooded areas, with a mix of flat and rolling terrain.
$99,900

15+/- Acres Bordering Bankhead with Cabin

3399 County Road 81, Danville, Alabama 35619
$99,900

18 Acres Bordering Bankhead National Forest

Hwy 33, Moulton, Alabama 35650

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18Acres
Are you looking for a remote homesite or hunting tract? Here is your chance to own 18 acres bordering the historic Bankhead National Forest. The tract consist of 2 acres of powerline easement and 16 acres of hardwoods.
$114,900

18 Acres Bordering Bankhead National Forest

Hwy 33, Moulton, Alabama 35650
18Acres
Are you looking for a remote homesite or hunting tract? Here is your chance to own 18 acres bordering the historic Bankhead National Forest. The tract consist of 2 acres of powerline easement and 16 acres of hardwoods.
$114,900

18 Acres Bordering Bankhead National Forest

Hwy 33, Moulton, Alabama 35650
$114,900

Franklin County 60+/- Homestead

County Road 93, Russellville, Alabama 35654

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60Acres
Another hidden jewel has hit the market. This great versatile homestead on County Road 93 in Russellville, Alabama features a fantastic homesite opportunity, 10-12 year old pine, country road frontage, a fantastic hunting spot, and an opportunity to convert to pasture, if desired.
$99,900

Franklin County 60+/- Homestead

County Road 93, Russellville, Alabama 35654
60Acres
Another hidden jewel has hit the market. This great versatile homestead on County Road 93 in Russellville, Alabama features a fantastic homesite opportunity, 10-12 year old pine, country road frontage, a fantastic hunting spot, and an opportunity to convert to pasture, if desired.
$99,900

Franklin County 60+/- Homestead

County Road 93, Russellville, Alabama 35654
$99,900

Great Opportunity for a Mini Farm

County Road 122, Hamilton, Alabama 35570

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53Acres
This rural property located along County Road 122 and Posey Road in Marion County, Alabama is a division of a larger 75 acre parcel. The tract boasts of two creeks and a hay shed. Boardtree Creek flows through the property and borders Bason Branch, both of which offers tons of year round water to supplement the many whitetail deer, turkey, and other small game.
$114,900

Great Opportunity for a Mini Farm

County Road 122, Hamilton, Alabama 35570
53Acres
This rural property located along County Road 122 and Posey Road in Marion County, Alabama is a division of a larger 75 acre parcel. The tract boasts of two creeks and a hay shed. Boardtree Creek flows through the property and borders Bason Branch, both of which offers tons of year round water to supplement the many whitetail deer, turkey, and other small game.
$114,900

Great Opportunity for a Mini Farm

County Road 122, Hamilton, Alabama 35570
$114,900

Fantastic Homestead & Recreational Property

County Road 122, Hamilton, Alabama 35570

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22Acres
This property located along County Road 122 is a division of a larger 75 acre (listing 20611) parcel. The tract has the potential for a homestead with recreational value. The land is comprised of plantation loblolly pine and hardwoods. Municipal water and power are available. This tract includes a 1,076 square foot house comprised of two bedrooms and one bath.
$94,900

Fantastic Homestead & Recreational Property

County Road 122, Hamilton, Alabama 35570
22Acres
This property located along County Road 122 is a division of a larger 75 acre (listing 20611) parcel. The tract has the potential for a homestead with recreational value. The land is comprised of plantation loblolly pine and hardwoods. Municipal water and power are available. This tract includes a 1,076 square foot house comprised of two bedrooms and one bath.
$94,900

Fantastic Homestead & Recreational Property

County Road 122, Hamilton, Alabama 35570
$94,900
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Alabama

At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Alabama. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Alabama for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

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 are 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.

Frequently Asked Questions

Alabama is situated in the southeastern United States and shares its borders with Georgia in the east, the Gulf of Mexico and Florida in the south, Mississippi in the west and Tennessee in the north. Alabama is the 24th most densely populated state and has an area of 52,419 (square miles). Alabama has the second largest inland waterways extending up to 1500 miles (2400 km).

Montgomery is the capital of Alabama and the state is nicknamed after its state bird, Yellowhammer. The largest city in this wonderful state by population is Birmingham whereas, Huntsville is the largest city by area.

Why Should One Buy Property In Alabama?

Sweet Home Alabama as one may know is perfect for someone who enjoys biking, hiking, fishing, camping, and other outdoor activities. Such activities are right out your door. Intellectuals do not need to worry as Alabama has loads of libraries, art, dance, music, and other high activities. This Yellowhammer state provides amenities such as Natchez-Trace Parkway, national forests and inland waterways. Alabama is strong in economic sectors such as agriculture, banking, mining, and manufacturing. The University of Alabama, Troy University, Tuskegee University, and Auburn University are some of the finest institutions in this state. The places that are among the best to live in Alabama are Huntsville, Birmingham, Prattville, Montgomery, and Mobile.

What Is The Climate Like In Alabama?

Alabama classifies as a humid subtropical region according to the Köppen climate classification. The mean annual temperature is around 64 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperature is often found to be warmer in the southern side whereas the northern and northeast areas tend to be cooler. Alabama has mild winters with abundant precipitation and very hot summers. Alabama experiences hailstorms occasionally in summer and spring and they are more often than not destructive. The state is also found to experience thunderstorms and tornadoes throughout the year.

How Is Tourism And Entertainment In Alabama?

Tourism is one of the strongest industries in this state. Alabama ranked 14th in the most popular states to visit in 2014 according to the Business Insider. In 2018, an estimated 25.5 million tourists visited the state. The main reason for such attraction is the parks and events that this state organizes. It’s annual Hangout Music Festival which is held on the beaches of Gulf shores attracts tourists from around the world. The same is the case with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. It is also known for its golf courses which are distributed throughout the state. The Alabama Splash Adventure (amusement park) and the Alabama Museum of Natural History (oldest museum in the state) are some other noteworthy places to visit.

How Is The Primary Education System?

The Alabama State Board of Education is the governing authority looking after primary as well as secondary education in Alabama. Altogether there are 1496 individual schools that provide education facilities to around 745,000 elementary and secondary students. The city of Huntsville has the highest concentration of PhDs in the United States. There is no dearth of high-tech talent in Alabama. The only state doing better than Alabama in the field of technology in Silicon Valley. This is the reason why Huntsville is nicknamed Silicon Holler.

How Is The Dining In Alabama?

There are some very fine exotic restaurants in Alabama. These restaurants are owned by experienced and trained chefs. Some of the best food trucks in the United States are situated in this state. 

How Is Transportation In Alabama?

There are many airports in Alabama like Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM), Dothan Regional Airport (DHN), Huntsville International Airport (HSV),

Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM), Muscle Shoals – Northwest Alabama Regional Airport (MSL). As far as rail transport is concerned, a daily passenger train runs from New York to New Orleans with station stops at Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, and Anniston. Alabama has six major interstate roads that run across the state. In addition to this, it also has five auxiliary interstate routes.

In Terms Of Agriculture, What Does Alabama Specialize In?

The agricultural output includes poultry and eggs, peanuts, cattle, plant nursery items, fish, cotton, grains such as sorghum and corn, milk, vegetables, peaches, and soybeans. Even though Alabama is known as “The Cotton State”, it ranks ninth according to some reports.

How Diverse Is Alabama?

The state has a culturally diverse population. To give you an idea, Alabama has Bollywood movies playing in the theatres, has Vietnamese restaurants, and has Korean churches. One can expect to find all levels of education including scientists and engineers working for NASA.

What Is The Cost Of Living In Alabama?

The cost of living in Alabama is affordable. Gas is cheap and the sales tax low. The same gas which costs $4/gallon in California might cost as cheap as $1.20/gallon. Milk costs $2/gallon and cigarettes around $4/pack.

Alabama’s people and their hospitality will make you fall in love with this place. It is a peace-loving state and its simplicity is spell bounding.

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