Lake Houses for Sale in America
Find Lake Houses and Waterfront Land for Sale
Recent data from Lands of America shows nearly $4 billion in land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale in Alabama, which covers over 517,000 acres of land for sale in the state. Of the 67 counties in the state, Baldwin County had the most land for sale. There were 9,904 acres of sold land in Alabama recorded in December through the Lands of America sales program. This reflects an increase in sales activity over data from the month before. The total value of this sold land and rural real estate was $21 million. The most land sales in the state last month were located in Crenshaw County. Alabama takes full advantage of its plentiful natural assets, with over 1.3 million acres of public hunting lands and some of the country's most liberal hunting seasons and bag limits. Some of the most popular wildlife species to hunt in Alabama include white-tailed deer, wild turkey, mourning doves, rabbits, and waterfowl. The state has also been ranked among the ten best states for the cost of living by U.S. News & World Report. In terms of its size, Alabama is the country's 30th-largest state, covering an area of 52,423 square miles (34 million acres). In its entirety, 50,645 square miles covers land area, while the remaining 1,775 square miles is covered by water. Wildlife to be found on land for sale in Alabama include whitetail deer, turkey, dove, ducks, and quail. Anglers have their choice of bass, catfish, trout, and pike.
Waterfront Property for sale in Washington County Alabama
Nice camp house at Peavey Landing on the Tombigbee River. It is elevated off of the ground, and it has covered front and back porches. 3 bedrooms. Price is for camp house only. The lot is an annual lease.
Walter TuttTutt Land Company
$1,700,000480 acres0 Lockwood Road, Deer Park, AL36529 - Washington County
This tract has it all: scenic lakefront lodge, trophy deer, turkey, quail, and dove hunting, plus convenient isolation... all less than an hour from Mobile and 45 minutes from I-65. The property has been under game fence for over 10 years, stocked with strong genetics and intensively managed for trophy bucks, and it shows. The mature whitetail here rival some of the largest in the country. Enjoy an intricate and improved road and trail system, including a full perimeter road, large established game fields, and strategically placed stands and shooting houses throughout the property. The 3.5 acre fishing lake with covered pier is stocked with bass and bream, just steps from the waterfront lodge, which has wrap around porches, 3 bedrooms and 2
Clint Flowers, ALCNational Land Realty
$2,227,2191,287.41 acres0 Longleaf Drive, Deer Park, AL36529 - Washington County
This timber, hunting, and fishing investment is a rare find as tracts of this size are rarely available in this part of the state. Enjoy easy access in a private setting with public road frontage and utilities, Deer Creek flowing through the property, an 8 acre fishing lake, scenic lakefront campsites, established well, an intricate network of roads, trails, and wildlife food plots, allowing easy hunting for the area's abundant number of deer, turkey, dove, and quail. The property's shape and gentle topography also make it ideal for high fencing. Most of the tract appears capable of wet weather logging, and timber on the property consists primarily of merchantable loblolly and longleaf pine and mature hardwood, with the balance in pre-merch
Clint Flowers, ALCNational Land Realty
$2,350,0001,261 acres0 Hawthorne Road, Tibbie, AL36583 - Washington County
This well priced, turn-key hunting, fishing, and timber investment is ideal for family or corporate use. Conveniently located near Tibbie, AL, just 50 minutes from Mobile, 40 minutes from I-65, and 15 minutes from Chatom. Enjoy amenities like a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath camp with expansive porches and abundant storage, easy access from the 1+ mile of paved road frontage, utilities, large cleaning shed, 4+/- acre duck pond, 10+/- acre fishing lake, diverse wildlife habitat including 18+ food plots, most with shooting houses, and great hunting for the abundant deer, turkey, duck, dove, quail and other small game this area is known for. Henson Creek flows through the north end of the property, providing plentiful water for wildlife and recreation. T