Listing Short Description:
Located about 5 minutes outside of the City of Jacksonville, AL, this property can be residentially use to build your dream home, retirement home or vacation home to enjoy the weather of the American Southwest. The property has enough space for a 3BD house and its pool, zen garden...The only limitation is whatever you can think of, so if you are looking for the perfect piece of land, don't let this opportunity get away from you. Calhoun County is safe, rich with history and culture, and this is your opportunity to be a part of it. Make this beautiful piece of land yours today.
This property is located in the friendly modern neighborhood of Jacksonville city, Al. Less than 5 minutes to downtown city which has gas, food and local supplies.
1.5 hours away is the city of Atlanta, Georgia and about a 7-minute drive to Alabama city which is home to the closest airport.
In the area, you can also enjoy the many outdoor activities, you can play golf, go fishing, trekking and even visit one of its Art Museums.
As most seasons of the year, the temperature typically varies from 34°F to 89°F. It offers a variety of activities that most nature lovers, travelers crave. It also serves as the gateway off the beaten track. This property appears to be one of the safest, most affordable neighborhoods to live in Jacksonville, Al
This parcel is spacious enough to build your dream home with pool and extra space for a garden, fountains, bonsais. It ‘s also close enough to all suppliers, and still offers all the benefits of great lifestyle.
CASH Deal...And get it for is huge discount under market value)
What's Happening in Jacksonville, Alabama?
Jacksonville is a town in Alabama with a population of 12,651 and is one of the best places to live in Alabama. It is a constantly growing city with a love for all of its constituents. There is a mix of small local businesses and great food that makes hanging out with friends and being original easy and fun. The public schools in Jacksonville are highly. The cost of living is low, there are lots of restaurants and shops, beautiful landscape and the university is right here as well, which is the key factor to make the fresh, elite graduates to stay and build their careers; or for families that want to be benefited from a higher living standards.
The County is located in the northeast area of the state and has been growing at an astonishing rate in the past years. Its mineral wealth made it an ideal location for investor. Educational services, and health care and social assistance play a big role in the visionary of the county's future, coming close after is manufacturing, retail trade, recreation and food service. Calhoun County is a county in the east central part of the U.S. state of Alabama. It was originally named Benton County in honor of Thomas Hart Benton. Name was changed to Calhoun, in honor of John C. Calhoun, in 1858.
Calhoun County is included in the Anniston-Oxford Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Chief Ladiga Trail
Anniston Museum of Natural History
Jacksonville Opera Theatre
Berman Museum of World History
Cooter Brown's Rib Shack
White Oak Vineyards
World's Largest Office Chair
Cheaha State Park
Coldwater Mountain Bike Trail
Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Preserve
The Rocket Diner
Mad Hatter Cupcake Shop
Germania Springs Park