Land for Sale
Bordering Public Land
There are many advantages to owning property bordering public land, be it Federal or State. I own land bordering a 29,000 acre Wildlife Management Area within National Forest lands that receives very little hunting pressure. Do you need a tax break? Have you looked into Conservation Easement property?
Leverage - although one may be purchasing a small number of acres, when you can walk off your border to hundreds or thousands of public acres, in my mind, you have greatly "leveraged" your purchase - 10 acres can feel like 1,000 acres...
- the landcrawler
Alabama Land for Sale Bordering Public Land
Clay County, Alabama
130 +/- Acres
"The West Fork Farm"
4,300 +/- ' of the West Fork of Hatchet Creek runs thru It, 1.37 +/- miles of direct Hollins WMA Border / Talladega National Forest, Multiple year round spring branches, big hardwoods, mature natural pine mix, miles of internal roads, firebreaks, 10 food plot / green fields!
$480,350 ($3,695 per acre)
Talladega County, Alabama
7 +/- Acres
"Talladega Creek Commercial" - One of a Kind for Sure! Start / Build your Business Here!
Commercial Opportunities Abound! Lots of History! Old Grist Mill! Waldo Covered Bridge! Own both sides of Talladega Creek - A Known Gold Bearing Creek! Highway 77 Frontage. Direct border with Talladega National Forest lands. Fish, Hunt, Canoe...
$249,900 (Includes 7+/- acres, Old Grist Mill! Waldo Covered Bridge!, Highway 77 frontage)