78 +/- acres - Dale County, AL - Ammons Pond West Tract

$ 239,050

78 acres in Dale County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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This is a great 78 +/- acre combination homesite/hunting and recreation tract near Echo. This property has 6 acres on the west side that front Dale County Road 61 and another contiguous 71 acres of recent clearcut land to the east. The clear-cut area contains several uncut woodlots and a nice Streamside Management Zone (SMZ) that drains into Ammons Pond. The eastern extent of the SMZ has the potential to create a large pond or small lake. There are plenty of deer and other wildlife in the area. There’s no shortage of good deer hunting spots on this tract either.

Some property highlights include:

  • 430 feet of paved road frontage on County Road 61
  • Access to power and county water
  • Several nice, level building sites
  • Clearcut areas can be reforested at the minimal costs or converted to pasture
  • Potential for a nice dove field and well distributed food plots
  • Quiet, rural setting


Located 20 minutes from Ozark and Abbeville; and 30 minutes from Dothan, this tract provides a rural living experience not too far away from shopping, healthcare, and entertainment.  There’s a lot to like about this property. Land is still selling and often quickly, don’t hesitate to check out this property while it’s still available. Shown by appointment only, contact Bill Gray with Tutt Land Company to schedule a showing.


Driving Directions:

From the intersection of county road 83 and Alabama Highway 27 in Echo, travel south 1.5 miles (toward Ozark) on Hwy 27; bear left on county road 61. Tract begin .85 miles south on county road 61 and indicated by signage on the east (left) side of county road 61.

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Bill Gray Land Real Estate Agent

Bill Gray

Alabama, Georgia, Florida

Bill is a native of Houston County Alabama and resides in Ashford with his family. He received his B.S. in Wildlife Science from Auburn University in 1990. In May of 2020 he retired from a nearly 30-year career as a wildlife biologist with the Ala...