95± Acres
Autauga County, Alabama

95 acres of farm and hunting land for sale in Autauga County near Autaugaville, Alabama

ID: 11654
External ID/MLS: 50746 / --
Status: Sold
Acres: 95±
Type: Farms, Ranches, Residential Property
Address: county road 19
City, State: Autaugaville, Alabama
County: Autauga
Lat/Long: 32.5078, -86.6982
Presented By: Tyler Walker


95+- acres of land for sale located in Autauga County near Autaugaville, Alabama. This beautiful tract of land is gently rolling and mostly open pasture land that is currently being used as a hay field. With plenty of paved road frontage this would be an excellent property to build a home and raise a family and also be able to have horses and cattle and have the ability walk to the back of the property and be able to hunt when ever you wanted to without having to leave your own place. There are roughly 30 wooded acres that are excellent for hunting, whether its deer, turkey, duck or small game. Check out our interactive map and see different pictures from around the property. Please call me with any questions. Tyler Walker 334.300.5115

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