Bullock County Alabama - Land, Farms & Ranches - Property ID: 10255558

Property ID: 10255558 - Bullock County Alabama


Property ID: 10255558 - Bullock County Alabama

Property ID: 10255558

County: Bullock

Type: Recreational Property

Acres: 362.00


City: Midway

State: Alabama

Zip: 36053

Price: $905,000.00

Status: Available
Description: This is A Portion of the Famed Three Notch Plantation, and is Arguably the Highest Quality Recreational Property in Alabama on the Market for Under $1M362 acres Bullock County, AL; this is a portion of the famed 7,000-acre Three Notch Plantation and features the “Nobles Course” wild bird course of Three Notch Plantation. It has a pasture, park-like quail woods, 1/2 mile of creeks, exceptional rolling topography, 9/10th of a mile of paved road frontage, and backs up to Pea River drainage.“The Nobles Course is 362 acres of one of the most prolific wild bird courses of the famed 7,000+\- acre Three Notch Plantation. This plantation has consistently produced some of the best wild quail hunting in Alabama. This course is one of its finest.” Jon KohlerThis is arguably the best, most high-quality recreational property in Alabama for under $1M. “This isn’t your typical land. The vein of land between Eufala and Midway is some of the best, most fertile hunting grounds in Alabama. The roll, creeks and hardwoods are unlike anywhere else in the state and this tract is among the finest.” Jon KohlerAvailable at $2,500 per acre.For more information visit JonKohler.com.


Contact Name: Jon Kohler

Phone Number: (850) 508-2999

Address1: 434 SW Mt Olive Church Road

City: Lamont

State: FL

Zip: 32336

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