6 ac - Dale County - Oakland Estates Parcel

$ 45,000

Dale County, Alabama

Listing Status: New

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Just out of town in the peaceful Campground Road area, a rare find in this beautiful 6-acre parcel located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Oakland Estates. Features water, power, cable, and internet all in place. Approximately 1.5 acres of open, flat land with the remainder of the property in nice hardwoods. Ideal for a larger homestead that can afford privacy and room to spread out or the parcel could be divided into several homesites for a builder inclined to maximize the utility of this tract. If you’ve been looking for a place to build with the conveniences of town but the slower pace of a more country setting, this is one you need to see.

 

To schedule a showing, contact Bill Gray with Tutt Land Company at 334-714-0009 or Sonya Spivey with First Ozark Realty at 334-733-0511.

 

Driving Directions:

From Ozark or points north, travel south on US 231; turn right at Gilland Ford on to County Road 29/Perry Road; travel 1.7 miles on CR29/Perry Road and take a left onto Campground Road at the dead-end; travel 1.4 miles south on Campground Road and take a left on to Oakhill Drive; travel one-tenth of mile on Oakhill Drive and turn left on to Blackhawk Circle; property is at the end of Black Hawk Circle at the cul-de-sac.

From Midland City or points south, travel north on US 231 to the first traffic light north of the Choctawhatchee River (there will be a Marathon Station on the right at the intersection); take a left on to County Road 18 and travel west for 2.5 miles; take a left on to AL Hwy 123 at the dead end and travel 3 tenths of a mile south; take a right on to Campground Road and travel 3.1 miles north; take a right onto Oakhill Drive; travel one-tenth of mile on Oakhill Drive and turn left on to Blackhawk Circle; property is at the end of Black Hawk Circle at the cul-de-sac.

 


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Bill Gray Land Real Estate Agent

Bill Gray

Sales Agent

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...