Cahaba River Duck Property- 114 acres +/- in Perry County, AL
114 acres +/- of hunting land for sale on the Cahaba River near Marion in Perry County, Alabama."The best wood duck shoot I have ever been on was in the slough on this property." was the quote from one man that hunted this property in the past. This tract is unique in that it has over 2000' of frontage along the Cahaba River, and it has a "dead river" slough or ox bow lake. The ox bow lake provides good opportunities for duck hunting, and there is also a small cypress hole that could additionally hold a few ducks. The land is all forested, and it is mostly bottomland hardwoods closer to the river, and as you move west the elevation rises. The elevation changes from about 135' near the river to up to about 300' on the far west side. The area is known for good deer and turkey hunting as well. The tract is really a blank slate for how you want to develop and use it. There are no internal roads or trails, or food plots. It is a relatively undisturbed rural property along one of the most biodiverse rivers in the nation. Access is by permission across an adjoining owner, and it has been the historical access. The only way to see the property at this time is by walking, so please contact Jonathan Goode if you would like to schedule a time to see this tract. There are currently no utilities at the property. If you are the type of person that can see the potential in a piece of property, and "what it could be", then this just might be the property for you.
Legal Description-The property consists of two tax parcels for sale, 113 acres +/- lying in Township 19N, Range 8E, Section 23, and approximately 1 acre lying in Township 19N, Range 8E, Section 24.
Location: The property is located a few miles east of the town of Marion off Mount Olive Church Road. Access is by permission across an adjoining owner. Showings are strictly by appointment only please, so contact Jonathan Goode today to arrange your visit to the property. The property is about 1 hour from Tuscaloosa, and about 90 minutes from Montgomery and Birmingham.