1.38 Acres - Conecuh Co. - Parcel 3

$ 40,765

Conecuh County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Active

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*Opportunity Zone – Census Tract 9604

*Location – Located on Highway 84, .4 miles east of I-65 at Exit 93 – Opposite side of exit from

  Love’s Travel Stop

*89 miles to the Port of Mobile, Al. and 78 miles to the Montgomery Regional Airport

*190’ of highway frontage on Highway 84 (El Camino East - West Corridor)

*High visibility and easy access for customers, clients, suppliers, etc.

*DOT approved turnout

*Within the city limits of Evergreen, Al.

*Public utilities are available

*Existing structure on premises – Office

*Additional transportation services include Middleton Field Airport, US Highway 31, and CSX 

  Transportation (railway)



PRICE:                          $40,765

ACRES:                         1.38+-

LAND:                          Investment or Current Use

TOPOGRAPHY:             Flat

FLOODZONE:               Zone X (Unshaded)





Office Building:

Wood framed building – approximately 2,364 SF.  Currently being used as storage for owner.




This property is located in an opportunity Zone which lends itself to great tax savings. Located .4 miles east of I-65 at exit 93 in Conecuh County Alabama, lies approximately 1.38 acres of flat developed land, with a wood framed building and chain link fence.  Located within the city limits of Evergreen. The property fronts Highway 84 known as the El Camino Corridor which runs 1,729 miles from Brunswick, Ga. to El Paso, Tx.  There is currently one structure on site and 190’ of highway frontage with easy access for large trucks.  US Highway 31, Middleton Field Airport, and CSX Transportation provide additional transportation resources. 

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Bill Lazenby Land Real Estate Agent

Bill Lazenby


Bill was born and raised in Monroeville, Al., where his family owned and operated a precast concrete manufacturing company. From an early age, Bill spent time working summers and holidays with his father and grandfather. During this tenure, he lea...