Cullman County Alabama - Land, Farms & Ranches - Property ID: 8412621

Property ID: 8412621 - Cullman County Alabama

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Property ID: 8412621 - Cullman County Alabama

Property ID: 8412621

County: Cullman

Type: Farms, Ranches

Acres: 297.00

Address:

City: Bremen

State: Alabama

Zip:

Price: $559,000.00

Status: Available
Description: Convenient Location: Dorsey Creek, in Cullman County, AL, is 297± acres of multi-functional land for sale, conveniently located across from the Stoney Lonesome OHV Park and only minutes from Smith Lake.  Prime Hunting: The 7,400± feet of creek frontage, makes it excellent for recreational activities, while providing an important water source for wildlife.  This along with with established game plots creates an ideal and easily sustainable hunting property for deer and turkey.  Featuring, over 3/4 of a mile of frontage on Hwy 69 and improved road systems, Dorsey Creek is easily accessible throughout.  Great Investment: Approximately 75% of the timber was harvested in 2006 and 2007, then replanted with quality Loblolly Pine in 2008, which can be thinned around the year 2023. With low interest rates, land has become a highly sought after investment opportunity.  Whether you’re looking to build your dream home, family estate, or quiet cabin to escape and relax, Dorsey Creek checks all the boxes. Schedule your tour today to start living your dreams tomorrow!

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Contact Name: EDDIE STONE, RF




Address1: 4027 US Hwy. 231

City: Wetumpka

State: AL

Zip: 36093

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