10 +/- Acres - Lamar County - Jaggers Tract Homeplace Parcel C

$ 40,000

10 acres in Lamar County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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Jaggers Tract Homeplace - Parcel C

"UNDER CONTRACT CONTINGENT ON THE SALE OF ANOTHER PROPERTY by 5/31/23.  Sellers are still allowing the property to be shown and will entertain backup offers in case this contract doesn't go through." 

The Jaggers Tract is comprised of 137 +/- acres total but divided into 3 parcels. Parcel C is featured here at 10 +/- Acres. This would make for a great private homeplace with a little hunting on the backside. There is a small old home with a lot of character on the property. This could be restored as a little camp or removed. The area can grow some big deer. This tract is full of mature timber. On this property, you will have privacy while also having proximity to town. Power is at the road. 

Features Include: 

  • Paved Road Access with Power 
  • Mature Timber 
  • Old Home
  • Homesite
  • Great Hunting Area
  • 4.5 miles to Sulligent, AL 

Property Coordinates: 33.929, -88.1908

Additional parcels are linked below. The total acreage (137) can be bought together as well. 

Parcel A (58 +/- Acres): https://tuttland.com/land-sale/i42ded473f-58-acres-lamar-county-jaggers-tract-west-parcel-a

Parcel B: (69 +/- Acres)https://tuttland.com/land-sale/q2aa3df479-69-acres-lamar-county-jaggers-tract-east-parcel-b


If you have any questions or would like to tour the property, please give Slade Johnston a call or text! 205-499-3858 


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Slade Johnston


Slade was raised in Butler, AL where he and his family own/manage thousands of acres for timber and hunting in Choctaw County and Sumter County. Slade studied marketing, management, and sales in undergrad at The University of Alabama and then wen...