40 Acres-Mobile County-Mt. Nebo Tract

$ 108,000

40 acres in Mobile County, Alabama

Listing Status: Active

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If your looking for a secluded homesite or a small recreational tract, don’t miss out on this 40 acre tract located in Citronelle. Having being located less than 1 mile from downtown Citronelle this property provides many unique features. There are beautiful 50 + year old hardwoods that run from the North part of the property and traverse down the middle to the Eastern side of the property along a stream that runs year round. There is roughly 30 acres of pines that are 20 years old. This tract provides plenty of potential for home and lake sites. City water and power are both available. While exploring through the tract you will find many signs of wildlife including: deer, turkeys, squirrels, and other small game. Property is accessed by a public road that turns into a dirt road that is in great shape. The dirt road leads to other homesites off of Mason Street. If you have been searching for that perfect secluded homesite or just looking for an awesome recreational tract, you may have just found it located within 30 miles of Mobile.

There is an oil well pad that is located on the West side of the tract and the land owner has decided to keep this. This includes 3 Acres total, a survey will be provided in the pictures. 

If you would like more information about this tract or to set up a showing, give Will Speir (251) 654-1434 or Jeremy Ferguson (256) 302-3619 a call!

 


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Will Speir Land Real Estate Agent

Will Speir

Sales Agent

Will Speir is from Baldwin County, Alabama. He graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Agriculture Economics & Business. Will has always had a passion for the outdoors and spends a lot of his free time in the woods hunting or in t...

Jerremy Ferguson Land Real Estate Agent

Jerremy Ferguson

Sales Agent

Jerremy is a native of Marshall county, AL.  He was raised on a small cattle farm where he and his family still raise cattle today.  He is a 2005 Graduate of Auburn University where he received his B.S. in Wildlife Science.  Throughout his care...