606 acres +/- Pine Straw and Recreational Land in Marion Junction, AL
606 acres +/- of land for sale in Marion Junction, Dallas County, Alabama. This is a unique Black Belt property that offers great recreational opportunities and is also income producing. Approximately 180 acres +/- of the land is planted in long leaf pines, and is currently leased for pinestraw production. This land lays relatively flat, and the floor below the pines is very clean.The current lease provides considerable income on those acres. Details of the pinestraw lease are available to serious inquirers. The land has paved road frontage on Dallas County Road 349.
Approximately 245 acres of the land is in old fields and young hardwoods and ash trees. Chaney Creek is a nice sized creek that flows through the center of the property. It provides water for the wildlife. The remainder of the land is in large planted loblolly pines. There are several food plots spread throughout the land for deer hunting. The land is surrounded by large landowners and some of the surrounding land is in row crop production. This area is known for growing large white tails, and is a very desirable area. The shape of this tract is perfect for someone wanting to high fence a place and grow some trophies. The income combined with the recreational opportunities makes this a very special place.
606 acres +/- in four parcels in Dallas County located in T17N, R8E, Sections 21, 22, 27, 28. also described as Dallas County Tax Assessor Parcel ID#'s: 09082700000020000, 09082800000010000, 09052200000040000, and 09052100000070000. Annual property taxes are approximately $879.
The land is accessed along Dallas County 349. The land is located just south of US Highway 80 in the Marion Junction community. Selma is 17 miles to the east, Demopolis is 36 miles west, it is 75 miles to Bryant Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, 96 miles to Birmingham, and 68 miles to Montgomery. Showings of the property are strictly by appointment only please, so contact Jonathan Goode or Cooper Holmes today to see this great tract.