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This secluded property on a private lane off of Coker Road offers plenty of recreational opportunities. This mostly wooded property offers great deer and turkey hunting. This property is located down a long private drive that makes it very nicely secluded away from busy roads. The property is a great timber investment for a...

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A waterfowl hunter’s paradise! Two flyways intersect on this property, The Coosa River flows from out of Georgia and into Weiss Lake and on south through Alabama. Ballplay Creek flows through the property for over 1.5 miles as it winds, bends and turns through the bottom, coming out of a huge swamp and wetland network...

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Rural country acreage located approximately 8 miles from the Wilcox exit at I-10. If you’ve been looking for some small country acreage that would have residential and small farm potentials, you’ll want to check this property out. Located on country road 87 North, this property is located in a nice rural area of...

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Rural country acreage located approximately 8 miles from the Wilcox exit at I-10. If you’ve been looking for some small country acreage that would have residential and small farm potentials, you’ll want to check this property out. Located on country road 87 North, this property is located in a nice rural area of...

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Rural country acreage located approximately 8 miles from the Wilcox exit at I-10. If you’ve been looking for some small country acreage that would have residential and small farm potentials, you’ll want to check this property out. Located on country road 87 North, this property is located in a nice rural area of...

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This 135 acre tract is located just off the East side of Butler Creek Road in the St. Florian community of Lauderdale County, AL. This property has road frontage and is comprised of recreational and timberland. Along with wonderful building sites, this location also offers multiple trails for ATV or equestrian riding as wel...

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This 149 acre tract is situated just South of the Tennessee state line in Lauderdale County, AL. This tract includes 95 cleared acres and approximately 60 acres in standing timber. This property features road frontage on two county roads, many beautiful building sites, a creek and an abundance of deer, turkey and small game...

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This property has access from highway 98 frontage and also second access along Pleasant View Lane. The property offers an estimated 5 acres of beautiful matures oaks and pines located on the north side of the property fronting highway 98 that would be a wonderful place for horses or building a nice residential home. The cen...

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This beautiful 3000+- SqFt antebellum mansion was built in 1841. The mansion sits on 2.5 acres in the Springhill Community of Barbour County, convenient to Eufaula. Built by Braxton Bragg Comer, who was Governor of Alabama from 1907-1911 the home features 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, a modern kitchen, 16 foot ceilings and heart...

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Just 30 Minutes to Fairhope & downtown Mobile!  Exceptional Recreation & Timberland Property with significant Future Development Possibilities!  Sibley Creek South is 500+/- acres uniquely located on County road 39 just north of the Stapleton Community in Baldwin County, Alabama. Located just 15 minutes from Spanish Fort ...

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Excellent Recreational & Timberland Property with Significant Future Development Possibilities! Just 30 minutes to Fairhope and downtown Mobile and 1 hour to Alabama's white sandy beaches! Sibley Creek North is 400+/- acres uniquely located adjacent to Highway 59 near the Stapleton Community in Baldwin County, Alabama. Loca...

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White Oak Valley Plantation is the Ultimate in Luxury Recreation just 40 minutes from Birmingham; It Offers the Best in Class Hunting & Fishing, Metropolitan Sophistication, and Development Potential Unmatched in Investment Grade Recreational Properties.  Visit JonKohler.com for full listing details, photos, & key takeaway...

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Located only 35 minutes from Auburn, AL & Columbus, Ga and less than 2 hours from the Atlanta Airport!  Rolling topography & a diverse Landscape create a Beautiful, Game-rich Plantation managed for Recreation, Timber Production, & Wildlife! Banks Ridge Plantation is a 588+/- acre plantation in the historic Alabama Planta...

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Hunter Farms is a beautiful 169.59+/- Acre Mini-Plantation located in the Heart of the Alabama Black Belt in Dallas County, Alabama. Manicured landscaping surrounds the homeplace which includes a well-appointed 1968 SF cabin with 2 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms, large great room with wood burning fireplace, screen porch, co...

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859+/- Acre A+ Recreational Farm in Crenshaw County, Alabama with Excellent Hunting & miles of frontage along the Patsaliga River!  Quaint & Rustic Cabin, 2 Duck Ponds, Dove Field, 16 Food Plots, 2+ miles River Frontage, Hardwood Timber, Excellent Hunting, and More! Just 5 miles to Luverne, 30 minutes to Greenville & Tro...

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101 Acres on the Cahaba River just 15 minutes from downtown Birmingham! Exceptional home site overlooking the Cahaba, beautiful timber, great hunting, fishing, & swimming!Prime location for development adjacent to the I-20/I-459 Corridor or suitable for protection from development through a conservation easement!Recreation,...

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1350+/- Acre High-Fence Recreational Farm; Exceptional Trophy Deer & Turkey Hunting, 36-acre Lake, 3+ miles on Scenic Bassetts Creek, duck ponds, camp houses, & More!  Bassetts Creek Farm is 1350+/- Acres of highly improved recreational land in Washington County, Alabama. The property lies on both sides of Bassetts Creek f...

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900+/- Acres in an A+ Location Adjacent to Highway 59 in Baldwin County, AL.   Great Deer & Turkey Hunting and professionally managed Timber!   Significant Future Higher and Better Use due to its Prime Location for Development. Just 15 minutes to Spanish Fort, 30 minutes to Fairhope and Downtown Mobile, and under...

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Land For Sale In Alabama

The Type of Property Available in Alabama

When it comes to property in Alabama, there's something for everyone. The state's topography is varied. Near Mobile, Alabama, the property is sea-level with some parcels providing a stunning view of the Gulf of Mexico. There are also mountainous areas that appeal to outdoor lovers who enjoy hiking and camping. The wetlands provide a great place for fishing and boating, while areas like the Black Belt and Tennessee Valley regions are perfect for farming and ranching.

Mineral Rights in Alabama

Alabama has an extraordinary number of natural minerals buried beneath the topsoil. There's a long history of Native Americans using the oil they collected from asphaltic rocks as medicine for themselves and trading it to other tribes. The state officially assigned a commercial value to the local minerals in 1865, but about 40 years passed before Alabama entered the natural gas market. The first commercial natural gas well was dug near Huntsville, Alabama.

Today, Alabama enjoys the distinction of being 10th in the nation for natural gas production and 15th for liquid hydrocarbon production. It's estimated that each year Alabama is responsible for about 50% of the United States total natural gas production.

The general rule of thumb is that when you purchase a piece of property in Alabama, you also purchase the rights to any minerals that may be located underground. There are situations where the current owner of the land decides to retain their mineral rights. When this happens, a separate clause is created in the sale contract. Prior to purchasing property in Alabama, you should investigate who currently owns the mineral rights.

Minerals found in Alabama include:
  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Quartz
  • Beryl
  • Marble
  • Copper
  • And more
Working in Alabama

The one reservation people have when settling in Alabama is the economy. The state has seen its share of economic hardship. However, economists are optimistic about the state's immediate economic future. Alabama's economy is strongest in Jefferson County which is home to a DC BLOX's data center, an Amazon fulfillment center, and Shipt's headquarters.

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