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Waterfront & Power, $393 Per Month

Harbor Road : Andalusia, AL 36421

Covington County, Alabama

6.50 Acres
$49,997 USD
$7,691 / ac
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Land Description

Waterfront Land for Sale in Alabama with Power, Mature Trees & Paved Road Frontage.

This 6.5 Acres has frontage on the wide Patsaliga Creek, which is navigable by motorized boats. You may also enjoy fishing for Redear Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Bluegill & White Crappie.

This Property is 8.8 miles from the City of Andalusia, which has a population of 8,800. In Andalusia you will find a Hospital, Walmart, Multiple Grocery Stores, Restaurants & Professional Services.

The 6.5 Acre Property consists of 2 separate parcels, that includes a 6 Acre Property to the Northeast with Mature Trees, Power & Paved Road Frontage and a 0.5 Acre Property with approximately 58 feet of Frontage along Patsaliga Creek.

Alabama | 6.5 Acres | $50k

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We can finance your purchase of this property with a down payment of $20,000.

Your $499 deposit will be credited towards your down payment, leaving a remaining down payment balance of $19,501 due at closing.

Below are the payment options with a down payment of $20,000, Financing the remaining principal of $29,997.

These payment options include all principal, interest and loan servicing.

You will have full use of the property upon completion of the paperwork and receipt of your down payment.

There is NO prepayment penalty, so you can pay it off at any time.

Option A:

5 year payoff

5.9% interest rate

$608.53 per month

Option B:

7 year payoff

6.9% interest rate

$481.27 per month

Option C:

10 year payoff

7.9% interest rate

$392.36 per month

This lush, wooded 6 Acre lot in the quiet Hideaway Harbor subdivision comes with an additional 0.5 Acre waterfront lot on boat-navigable Patsaliga Creek. The wide creek meanders through the wetlands and into Andalusia's Point A Lake, a 600 Acre reservoir on the Conecuh River. These scenic, spacious waterways are fantastic for fishing, watersports, boating, and swimming.

The versatility of this natural residential lot offers a natural canvas to build your dream home. Tuck it back among the trees for a shaded woodland retreat, or clear away the underbrush for an eye-catching tree-lined drive to showcase your home.

The 0.5 Acre waterfront lot is ideal for a dock, seating area/gazebo, firepit, and BBQ pit, where you can enjoy the slower pace of riverside life. Catch spectacular sunsets, watch boats glide by, and drop a line for abundant sunfish, catfish, and spotted bass that swim the creek.

The possibilities for building, recreation, and relaxing are endless, and Hideaway Harbor's detailed covenants ensure it remains a valuable, beautiful natural haven for all residents.

Access & Utilities

These parcels are sold together and may not be purchased or sold separately. Both parcels lie along paved Harbor Road, about half a mile apart, with access to utilities and city water.

Hideaway Harbor is conveniently located between Route 29, Al-55, I-65, and Us-84, all less than 10 minutes away.

Andalusia is 15 minutes from the subdivision, where you'll find a Walmart, Cvs, Piggly Wiggly, Dollar stores, the Andalusia Health Center, and home, auto, and supply centers.

Outdoor Recreation

South Alabama's mix of woodlands and wetlands offers a breathtaking playground of adventure and wildlife experiences. Covington County, where this subdivision is located, boasts several recreational destinations, including Point A Reservoir and Gantt Lake (the lakes are accessible via Patsaliga Creek), Lake Frank Jackson & Jackson State Park, and Conecuh National Forest.

Each location has unique experiences to offer:

The lot connects to a long chain of connected waterways. Passing through Point A along the Conecuh River, you can also travel by boat to Gantt Lake, the largest freshwater lake in south Alabama, and a hydroelectric generating dam. Gantt Lake is a captivating Alabama attraction, offering pristine waters that stretch over 2,700 acres as an ideal spot for boating, fishing, and watersports. Anglers of all ages will have fun fishing for redear, largemouth bass, bluegill, and white crappie.

Frank Jackson State Park is a gem for nature enthusiasts. Frank Jackson State Park in Opp, Alabama, combines diverse wildlife, abundant hiking trails, and panoramic lake views. Highlights include a pristine 1,000-Acre lake for fishing and boating, a scenic boardwalk, and well-maintained camping facilities. Bream, channel catfish, crappy, and largemouth bass are the primary species for anglers at this lake.

Spanning 83,000 acres, the Conecuh National Forest is a jewel of Alabama's natural heritage. Offering an array of outdoor activities such as hiking trails, hunting zones, and fishing spots, it serves as a sanctuary of tranquility and an adventure playground for eco-tourists.

Named for its tannin-stained waters and soft, sandy-bottomed river, Blackwater River State Park in Holt, Florida, is a picturesque haven for outdoor enthusiasts. This serene destination offers canoeing, tubing, and swimming opportunities, as well as nature trails that meander through Florida's unique ecosystem.

While in sunny Florida, spend a day on the white sands of Destin, Florida. Relax and breathe in the salty sea breeze blowing over the turquoise surf. Destin is less than 2 hours from Hideaway Harbor.

Straddling the Alabama-Georgia border, the 45,000-Acre Walter F. George Reservoir (also known as Lake Eufaula) boasts 640 miles of picturesque shoreline. This aquatic playground offers world-class fishing, boating, and water sports opportunities. Its surrounding areas are dotted with quaint cottages and vacation homes, making it fit for a painting. The rich biodiversity and captivating vistas make it a must-visit attraction in the region.

Hunting & Wildlife Viewing in South Alabama

South Alabama is a prime hunting region for big and small game, upland birds, and waterfowl. Uniquely, hunting is possible every month of the year for at least one species in Alabama. Large game includes white-tailed deer, feral hogs, and alligators. Fowl include wild turkey, sandhill crane, Bobwhite quail, mourning dove, and waterfowl.

Note: the black bear population is growing, but hunting black bears in Alabama is illegal.

Historic City Destination

Just two hours from the property, Mobile, Alabama is a vibrant, culturally rich city located along the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Renowned for its historic architecture, diverse culinary scene, and lively arts community, this Southern port city is a thriving economic hub and a popular tourist destination.

With an array of educational institutions, recreational parks, and professional opportunities, Mobile intertwines modern amenities with southern charm, promising a fun experience for all.

Build your dream home tucked among South Alabama's piney woodlands with the perk of a private waterfront lot that connects to some of the best waterways in the state. You're just minutes from expansive lakes, biodiverse forests, and relaxing Destin. Don't miss this unique opportunity to own property at the crossroads of Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. Place a deposit today, and let the adventure begin.

Property Specifications

LANDiO Property ID: Al_Covington_00001

Parcel Size: 6.5 Acres M/L

General Elevation: 170 - 190 feet

Legal Description: Hideaway Harbor Lots 98 & 98A

Property Taxes: $287.28 per year

HOA Fees: None

Title: Free & Clear

Conveyance: Warranty Deed

Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest

8.8 miles to Andalusia, AL : Population 8,700

22.5 miles to Frank Jackson State Park

27.9 miles to Conecuh National Forest

49.8 miles to Blackwater River State Park

53.7 miles to Troy, AL : Population 17,700

81.5 miles to Dothan, AL : Population 71,000

88.7 miles to Montgomery, AL : Population 200,600

91.1 miles to Destin, FL : Population 14,000

119 miles to Walter F. George Reservoir

123 miles to Mobile, AL : Population 187,000

Visiting the Property

You are welcome to visit the property at your convenience while it is available.

GPS Coordinates

6 Acres +/- Lot:

Northwest Corner: 31.387366, -86.525482

Northeast Corner: 31.387367, -86.522871

Southeast Corner: 31.386001, -86.524803

Southwest Corner: 31.386488, -86.525627

Center Point: 31.386800, -86.524500

0.5 Acres +/- Lot:

Northwest Corner: 31.385014, -86.532746

Northeast Corner: 31.385065, -86.532577

Southeast Corner: 31.383957, -86.531969

Southwest Corner: 31.383941, -86.532152

Center Point: 31.384500, -86.532400

More Land Details

Owner Will Finance
Gently Rolling Terrain
Paved Road Access
Electricity Service
Telephone Service
Cable TV Service
Cell Service
Broadband Internet Service
Estimated Annual Taxes
$288
Assessor Parcel Number (APN)
07-06-23-0-001-006.031 & 07-05-22-0-000-013.000
Seller's Land ID
AL Covington 00001
LANDFLIP ID
374630
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