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Campbell Plantation

402.5+/- Acres
Meriwether Trail
Ramer, AL 36069

$1,400,000

A PERECT FAMILY FARM WITH EXCELLENT HUNTING AND FISHING!

LOCATION: South Montgomery County – Near China Grove and the Pike and Bullock County lines. Just off HWY 231 on Meriwether Trail.

TERRAIN: Beautiful rolling pasture and upland pine plantation to Old Growth Hardwood bottoms and drains. This is what everyone is looking for!

LAND USE: Recreational deer, turkey, quail, and dove hunting – Timber Investment – Hay fields

PRICE: $1,400,000  

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Approximately 402.5 acres
  • 72 acres rolling pasture, hayfields, upland habitat
  • 9 acre lake
  • 67 acres of Planted Pine
  • 5 acres of mature hardwood bottoms, drains, and mature natural pine hardwood mix
  • 1120 sq ft ranch style home built in 1971 – 2 bedroom 1 bath overlooking 1 acre pond
  • Large older open-air pole barn for equipment storage
  • Incredible location surrounded by large land owners. Property has been well managed for large game.

THE LAND

This is the tract that everyone is looking for! 402 +/- acres of boasting diversity of habitats seldom fine. There are 73 acres of beautiful rolling pasture land, a perfect 5 acre dove field, a 9 acre lake, planted pines and large hardwood bottoms.

THE AMENITIES

There’s a beautiful home-site sitting above a well-designed 9 acre lake with no trees to worry about covering your fishing. There is a 1,120 square foot ranch style home that feels more like a cabin on the inside. It has two bedrooms and a bath with a screened in porch.

Timber on the property consists of 63 acres of eight-year-old planted pine that is ready to be burned and creates a great bedding habitat for deer, as well as a future potential income source.

The remainder of the property, which consists of 263 acres, is in mature, hardwood bottoms, and old growth pine hardwood drains. These trees have not been cut in several generations and this is where you will find trophy deer and gobblers.

A price breakdown, including comparable sales, will be provided to all interested and capable parties.

Pete Hall ALC

(334) 312-7099

[email protected]

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Description

LOCATION: South Montgomery County – Near China Grove and the Pike and Bullock County lines. Just off HWY 231 on Meriwether Trail.

TERRAIN: Beautiful rolling pasture and upland pine plantation to Old Growth Hardwood bottoms and drains. This is what everyone is looking for!

LAND USE: Recreational deer, turkey, quail, and dove hunting – Timber Investment – Hay fields

Why 2023 is the Best Time to Sell Land in Alabama

 

 As we begin a new year, you have probably started thinking about your goals for the year ahead: the exercise routine you swear you will accomplish, the stack of books you want to read, and the major financial moves you want to make for yourself and your family. If you own land in Alabama and have considered selling, this could be the best year to list it and maximize your profit.

 

Seller’s Market

As we have experienced over the past few years, the land market continues to be a seller’s market. Quality listings are still in low supply with a high demand, thus keeping land values up!

There are a number of factors contributing to the current seller’s market: An inventory shortage, large pool of cash buyers and investors, and an increase in desire to escape the city life.

 

Inventory Shortage

 

Inventory in the land market is typically lower than in the residential market. Inventory in land listings also usually stays on the market longer than residential listings. What we have experienced over the past few years, and are still experiencing, is that listings are becoming available, but spending much less time on the market. This has created a shortage of active available listings in a time where there is a surplus in the number of buyers. This affects land values simply through the law of supply and demand. If demand exceeds supply, then prices will rise.

 

Large Pool of Cash Buyers and Investors

There is a lot of cash in the market right now and it is coming through several different avenues. One is through 1031 tax exchanges. Property owners are taking advantage of a seller’s market and selling their investment properties. In return, they are replacing these properties using 1031 tax exchanges to purchase another investment.

In the land market, this takes the form of timberland, farmland, pastureland, transitional land, development land and recreational land.

 

With the recent history of the stock market declining, investors are diversifying their portfolio by investing in land which traditionally is a safer investment.

 

Increased Desire to Escape City Life

As the world locked down in 2020, kitchen tables suddenly transformed into office spaces, and backyards started to feel small. The coronavirus pandemic left many people seeking a place to retreat. It renewed the desire to escape city life for the great outdoors. Whether they want a premier hunting plantation or land on the river, more buyers throughout the state and country have entered the market to purchase beautiful Alabama lands.

 

Even in a seller’s market, the brokerage firm you use to list your property can have a huge impact on how fast the process moves and the return you make on the sweat equity, vision, and stewardship you have poured into your land.

 

John Hall & Company Difference

 

The team at John Hall & Company boasts many years of experience helping clients sell land, including premier hunting plantations, investment properties, conservation easements, mini-farms, agricultural land, pastureland, and rural residential lots. In our almost thirty-five years, we have sold over 350,000 acres. Our land consultants are true experts with experience ranging from a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) to a past president of the Alabama Realtor’s Institute. All of our specialists are also landowners who know what is important when considering land sales. From the first call to the closing table, our employees have the skills, knowledge, and connections to walk you through the entire process of selling your property.

 

Personalized Process with Valuable Services

We know every piece of land is different and unique. The process of listing your property for sale is customized to you and your land. We want to get to know you and answer your questions. What improvements do I need to make to my land? What will help my property stand out to potential buyers? What is my land’s true worth?

 

Our brokers have years of experience and knowledge about managing land and important aspects to consider. We can assess your land and give suggested improvements to make it even more marketable. We work with you to find what makes your land unique and help showcase its one-of-a-kind features to potential buyers. We are also able to provide a free broker’s opinion of value to be sure you list at the right price. Our extensive database of comparable sales that gives empirical data on current market prices helps us ensure we are advising you to sell for the correct price. We are familiar with land throughout the state and even know the micro-markets that add value within various counties.

 

The marketing of your property can also help it sell for top dollar with minimal time on the market. Many firms use a “one size fits all” model to market their listings. Utilizing traditional and digital marketing, John Hall & Company creates a marketing plan customized specifically for your property. Drone footage, email blasts, and our website are just a few of the ways we make sure your listing is properly showcased to potential buyers. We are a local firm, familiar with the area, who can market your property on a local, regional, and national level.

 

In addition to selling your land, we offer additional services to you. We are skilled at mediation and land division. If your sale involves multiple family members or other co-owners, we can work with you to be sure a fair and equitable division of the land is achieved. We can also provide wildlife management plans, forestry services and timber cruises, and mapping.

 

Relationships throughout the State of Alabama

All of our relationships are built on the foundations John Hall laid when he started the company: integrity, service, and practicing the golden rule.

 

We build and foster relationships with all of our clients. Selling your land is an education process for all parties involved. We get to know you and your needs. In addition to answering your questions and guiding you through the process, we’ll also ask you questions to find out what your objective is for selling your land. We work to ensure we meet the goals that lead you to sell your property.

 

Relationships matter when marketing your property too. As a boutique firm, John Hall & Company prides itself on having relationships throughout the state of Alabama. We have qualified buyers ready to purchase property and can connect the right buyer to the land you are selling. We truly love finding buyers who will value and appreciate the land as much as you did. In the current market, the average time it takes to sell a property with John Hall & Company has been virtually cut in half.

 

Using our network, John Hall & Company sold multiple properties before they even hit the market in 2021. From a thirteen million dollar sod farm to a six hundred and seventy-eight-acre plantation, we had buyers ready and waiting to purchase land.

 

“Pete Hall and his team helped me by securing a property they had listed in Dallas County. We then added additional property through their relationship with the trust department of the local bank. They also helped connect me with various experts in their field such as foresters, farmers, the local office of the Farm Service Agency and more. ” David Chadwick

 

We also have relationships with other experts. When you become a John Hall & Company client, we introduce you to our network of advisors in the fields of financing, forestry, wildlife biology, surveyors, closing attorneys, and more. Whether you need a land survey or wood infestation report, we can connect you with the right people to get the job done with excellence.

 

As land values have increased and the time it takes to sell your property has decreased, there has never been a better time to sell your land. Are you ready to list your property? John Hall & Company has thirty-five years of experience helping families buy and sell land in Alabama. We are ready to help you through the important decision of selling your property. Our team of experts is here to guide you through the process and help you make the most money from the sale of your land. Give us a call today.

Adams Dairy Tract

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Adams Dairy Tract

177 +/- Acres
Highway 243 & County Road 11 
Haleyville, AL 35565
$ 1,200,000

Own a part of history with the “Adams Dairy Tract”!

LOCATION: Haleyville, AL, Highway 243 & CR 11
 
TERRAIN: Level to Gently Rolling
 
PRICE: $1,200,000
 
DESCRIPTION:
The “Adams Dairy” is a picturesque 177 +/- acre Turn-Key Cattle and Row Crop Tract located in the historic “Pebble” community of Haleyville in Winston County, Alabama. The property was in production as a Dairy for 70+ years and has been transitioned into a Beef Cattle and Row-Crop operation. The pastures are fenced and cross fenced for rotational grazing & equipped with water to accompany a strategic grazing rotation. The tract is unique for many features and is certainly admirable for its road frontage and overall accessibility for your farming operation which totals 3.14 miles (17,085’).
 
A tract of this size still intact with its character and accessibility in a well-located area convenient to nationally-renowned
recreational opportunities and convenient to Florence, Cullman, Birmingham, and Huntsville, AL is a rarity. Not to mention
its diversity in income-producing opportunities and its infrastructure! The aesthetic of the tract exudes American & Southern Charm and is a testament to the fabric of what built America. 

SPECIAL FEATURES:

– 1,920-sf 1940s Built Farmhouse – 5 BR 2 BA
– Road Frontage: 17,085’ (3.14 Miles)
– 33,600-sf (11 Barns & Outbuildings)
– 64,485-sf Concrete (1.48 acres)
– 10,000 Bu Grain Bin
– 2 Silos (60′ & 70′ Tall)
– City Water
– Well and City Water for Livestock
– 4,000′ access on “Whitehead Creek”
– Fencing: 124 acres fenced & cross-fenced
– Cropland: 53 Acres – Soil Type: 150 Acres of “Savannah Sandy Loam” (Class II – Most Fertile Soil in the Region)
– Old-Growth Merchantable Timber: 26.55 Acres (Estimated Value: $40,000)

Josh Hall

(334) 549-2850

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LOCATION: Haleyville, AL. Hwy 243 & CR 11

TERRAIN: Level to Gently Rolling

ACRES: 177 +/-

PRICE: $1,200,000

Sandy Ridge Tract

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Sandy Ridge Tract   

2,272 +/- Acres

Davenport, AL 36047

Lowndes & Crenshaw Counties

$5,339,200

A great hunting and timber tract in Central Alabama!

Description

LOCATION: 0 Burgamy Swamp Road, Davenport, AL 36074

TERRAIN: Bottomland/Rolling

ACRES: 2,272+/-

LAND USE: Recreational/Timber/Hunting/Fishing

PRICE: $5,339,200

 

DESCRIPTION

The Sandy Ridge Tract is comprised of 2,272 acres (+/-), located near Davenport in Crenshaw and Lowndes County, AL. With nearly two miles of paved road frontage along Burgamy Swamp Road, there are multiple entrances to access this tract.
 
This property features many different timber types from mature bottomland hardwood stands to roughly 40-year-old pine
plantations. Some highlights include nearly 956 acres (+/-) in merchantable pine plantations, 488 acres (+/-) in premerchantable pine stands, and over 500 acres in bottomland hardwood/SMZ.
With this property being located in Central Alabama, it offers great hunting opportunities for various species of game to
harvest. With its diverse timber type and topography changes, it holds healthy populations of deer, turkey, duck, and dove.
Beaver Dam Creek traverses through the north third of the property offering a year-round flowing water source. This property
is currently under a hunting lease, so please be mindful when scheduling a showing during hunting seasons.
 
Please contact the listing agent, Hayden Nichols, to schedule a tour of this property or answer any questions you may have!
     
     
     

     

    QUICK FACTS

    • 2,272 acres (+/-) centrally located in the state of Alabama in Crenshaw & Lowndes Counties
    • Five miles east of I-65 and three miles West of US Highway 31
    • Nearly two miles of paved road frontage on Burgamy Swamp Road
    • 20 miles south of Montgomery, 100 miles south of Birmingham, 128 miles NE of Mobile
    • Over a mile of frontage along Beaver Dam Creek
    • Over 20 established food plots, roughly 32.5 acres of power line right-of-way

    Hayden Nichols

    (205) 799-1495

    [email protected]

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    LOCATION: 0 Burgamy Swamp Road, Davenport, AL 36047
    TERRAIN: Bottomland, Rolling
    LAND USE: Recreational/Timber/Hunting/Fishing
    PRICE: $5,339,200

    Milly Branch Road- Parcel “B”

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    Milly Branch- Parcel “B”

    12.5 +/- Acres
    Milly Branch Road
    Pike Road, AL 36064
    $237,500                             PRICE REDUCED!

     

     

    Beautiful estate lot in Pike Road!

    LOCATION: Milly Branch Road

    TERRAIN: Gently rolling

    LAND USE: Residential

    PRICE: $237,500 or $19,000 per acre        PRICE REDUCED!

    SPECIAL FEATURES: This beautiful estate lot is located in the exclusive and restricted neighborhood of Milly Branch on Vaughn Road in The Town of Pike Road. The lot features some open pasture for horses and long, panoramic views. The lot overlooks a beautiful 50 acre lake which produces trophy bass and blue gill. The private road winding through the community is monitored by security cameras. This quiet neighborhood is only 1 mile from the Outer Loop, 10 minutes from the Shoppes of East Chase and 1.5 miles from the new Pike Road High School to be built in the near future. This lot can be combined with the adjacent 12.5 acre lot making a spacious 25 +/- acre parcel.

    Pete Hall ALC

    (334) 312-7099

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    Property Highlights

    • 12.5 acres +/-
    • Panoramic views
    • Town of Pike Road
    • Private road with security cameras
    • Open pasture and mature trees

    LOCATION: Milly Branch Road

    TERRAIN: Gently rolling

    LAND USE: Residential

    PRICE: $237,500 or $19,000 per acre