255 +/- Acres - Coosa County, AL - Timberland Creek Tract

$ 990,000

255 acres in Coosa County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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This 255 acre piece of paradise in Coosa County, Alabama will make for an incredible investment for a variety of reasons. It is located in the heart of the Parkdale community, which is less than an hour drive from Birmingham.

If you've been looking for a pristine natural haven with abundant wildlife, this property is a perfect fit. It has boasted an incredible population of turkeys and deer year after year. You'll also discover a diverse array of other wildlife, making every day on this property an opportunity for exploration and discovery.

What sets this property apart is its mature timber. You will see towering pines and majestic hardwoods that not only create a serene canopy overhead, but also a lucrative financial return if ever deciding to cut. There is a well-maintained road system throughout the property that ensures accessibility to all corners with ease.

For those who enjoy cultivating food plots, you'll find several ideal locations throughout the tract. These are perfect for attracting and sustaining the local wildlife, as well as enhancing your hunting experiences.

Access to both power and water is available, offering you the convenience of modern amenities while still enjoying the seclusion and tranquility of your rural retreat. Additionally, several year-round creeks are located on the property, which provide potential water sources for your future projects.

Feel free to reach out with any questions, or to line up an in person showing!


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Richie Barnes Land Real Estate Agent

Richie Barnes


Richie has spent time living in Arizona, Tennessee, and different parts of Alabama, but he has moved back to his roots in Birmingham, AL. He graduated from Samford University, where he earned a Bachelors Degree in Marketing and Sales.Â...

Wallace Tutt Land Real Estate Agent

Wallace Tutt

Alabama, Mississippi

Wallace is from Demopolis, Alabama and owns land in Marengo County, where his family has been managing timber for more than 75 years. He went to the University of Alabama and was in the Honor’s College where he studied Mechanical Engineering. W...