1.03 +/- Acres - Wilcox County, AL - Legacy Shores # 29

$ 18,500

1 acres in Wilcox County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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The Legacy Shores subdivision, located on the banks of the Alabama River, and just off County Road 29 leading to historic Gees Bend, just might be the best kept secret in the quiet, peaceful Wilcox County, AL.  The overall subdivision consists of 123 lots, ranging in size from 1 acre to 10 acres, many of which are located on the river itself, some located on the banks of the beautiful lakes just off the river, and some are located inland on property along the various streets which provide access throughout the subdivision. 

Each interior lot also has a corresponding small lot which provides access to the water.

This is a gated subdivision, accessed by a paved drive which connects the property to County Rd 29.  The property serves as home to many species of wildlife, including whitetail deer, wild turkeys, and lots of small game as well.

If you have been searching for that perfect location to build your own special getaway, or a permanent residence in the quiet, peaceful countryside, you really need to take a look in Legacy Shores.  Tutt Land company expects to have additional lots for sale in Legacy Shores in the future. Also, if you have a particular lot size preference, location, etc. we will be happy to try and help you find what you may be looking for.   


Lot #29

Lot 29 is located just off the cul-de-sac at the end of Memory Lane.  It is a waterfront lot as shown in the corresponding photos, and has a good coverage of hardwood timber.  This is a preferred lot due to its direct access to the lake, and back to the Alabama River.  Just a little bit of clean up will have this lot ready to build your dream cabin, or permanent residence.

For more information or to schedule a visit, please call Terry Phillips at 334-830-9194.

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Terry Phillips Land Real Estate Agent

Terry Phillips


Terry grew up in Gilbertown, in Choctaw County, Alabama, and graduated from Southern Choctaw High School in Silas. He completed his college education at the University of Mobile, formerly Mobile College, with a B. S. degree in Mathematics. He also...