Listing short description:
Located about 15 minutes outside of the City of Patriotism - Glencoe, Alabama, this property can be used for agriculture, for recreation, residential, farm, institution, commercial, industrial, or as a base camp for your adventures in the American Southwest. The only limitation is whatever you can think of, so don't let this opportunity get away from you. Calhoun County is rich with history and culture, and this is your opportunity to be a part of it. Make this huge piece of land for sale yours today.
This property is just 25 minutes from the friendly modern neighborhood of Alabama city, AL. Less than 15 minutes to Glencoe city which has gas, food and local supplies.
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. It is for hiking enthusiasts, there are several trails that lead to the many secret treasures of Jacksonville and nearby places as well as all the amenities of a small town like a grocery store and a few restaurants.
As most seasons of the year, it offers a variety of activities that most nature lovers, travelers crave. It also serves as the gateway off the beaten track.
An hour and a half drive away is the city of Atlanta, Georgia and about a 25-minute drive to Alabama city which is home to the closest airport.
This large parcel has enough space for you to have a small ranch on, is close enough to town to resupply on the fly however, it still offers all the benefits of great country (With Seller Financing)
Cash Deal Big discount under Market Value)
What's Happening in Calhoun County, Alabama?
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, 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.
Anniston Museum of Natural History
World's Largest Chair
Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Preserve
Coldwater Mountain Bike Trail
Blackberry Hill Alpacas
Noccalula Falls and Park Campground
Chief Ladiga Trail
Cherokee Rock Village
Cheaha Resort State Park