FARMING, INVESTMENT PROPERTY OR OWN A PRIVATE 230 ACRE FARM OR RANCH!
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Also listed as Vacant Land
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Breeder, Cash Crop, Dairy, Fowl, Hog, Horse, Livestock, Nursery, Orchard, Ranch, Truck, Vineyard, Other
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|In Opportunity Zone?
||Cash to Seller, Other
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Overview / Comments
Greensboro, AL- HALE COUNTY, ALABAMA..FARMING, INVESTMENT PROPERTY OR OWN A PRIVATE FARM OR RANCH! 230+/- acres of Unzoned land for endless uses. Used as prime farmland rich soil. Class 1 Soil. Can be use as a Multi-Residential Development, or a serene home site. An abundance of road frontage provides easy access. Being just minutes away from in town amenities is advantageous for an farmer wishing to expand, investor or homeowner. Peaceful Hale county is a quiet community filled with activities and attractions like David K. Nelson Wildlife Management Area, Jennings Ferry Campground, Payne Lake Recreation Area, and Talladega National Forest. Conveniently located near other historic small towns of Marion and The home of the Crimson Tide, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It is also an hour away from major cities like Montgomery and Birmingham. Opportunity Zones are designed to spur economic development and job creation in communities. See documents for more information. This property is in a great location and has boundless potential! Call now for more information!
*Use GPS Address 5294 AL Hwy 14. Property is across the street from this address.*
Attachments & Media
||1605220000001000 and 1606230000005000
|Property Located Between:
||Hwy 61 & CR 7
||Fronts Hwy 14, Hwy 61- 1 Mile, I20- 27 Miles
||Greensboro Municipal- 7 Miles; Greensboro NDB EOG 417- 11 Miles; Tuscaloosa National- 45 Miles; Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International- 96 Miles
||Prime soil for crops and farming. Appx. 192+/- tillable acres.
Lot Dimensions: 2482x2600x115x2655x1373x5255
||Greensboro is the county seat of Hale County and is located in west-central Alabama in the Black Belt region. The town was once a center of the plantation agriculture system and was the birthplace of what is now Birmingham-Southern College. Greensboro gained national attention as the center of Walker Evans's and James Agee's exploration of the effects of the Great Depression on rural Americans in the 1930s. It is home to a number of historic homes, including Magnolia Grove. The town of Greensboro claims the title of Alabama's Catfish Capital as the center of catfish farming and was the birthplace of the Hale County Civic Improvement League, one of the nation's first civil-rights associations. Greensboro has a mayor-council form of government. The Alabama Newsletter named Greensboro one of Alabama's "many small towns that are great places to explore on a weekend trip...That’s because Greensboro is a small town with a lot of surprises up its sleeve. From a civil rights museum to a historic opera house to one-of-a-kind eateries, shops and charming inns, there are many ways to enjoy your time there."
Hale County is part of the Tuscaloosa, AL Metropolitan Statistical Area. Located in the west-central part of the state in Alabama's Black Belt, the area that now constitutes Hale County was home to three Alabama governors: Israel Pickens, John Gayle, and Thomas Seay. Hale County's Moundville Archaeological Park includes a number of Mississippian-era mounds built by Native Americans more than 1,000 years ago. The county is governed by a representative five-member commission and includes four incorporated communities. The county is a member of the West Alabama Regional Commission. The scope of the commission's work includes economic and community development, transportation planning, nutrition and assistance programs for the elderly, a part-time employment program for low-income senior citizens, technical assistance, tourism promotion, and public information. It is also a member of The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama. They will make decisions that will strategically position the organization and the business community to contribute effectively to a positive entrepreneurial climate and management of a changing market place. The mission of The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama is to provide the leadership, vision, and catalyst for the advancement of the economic prosperity, business climate, and quality of life for the entire community.
||No County Zoning. Located outside city limits. Property is located in an Alabama Opportunity Zone. See Documents for more information.
||2 Parcels: 1605220000001000 and 1606230000005000
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