Over 400 feet of waterfront on the Sipsey River and directly across from the William B Bankhead National Forest
Find your inner peace and piece of heaven in this quiet, tucked-away spot in Double Springs, AL.
This could be used for great starter land or for someone who wants to be self-sufficient! The beautiful, undeveloped, land sits on the water’s edge and is perfect for fishing, kayaking, or simple relaxation! This land is incredibly raw, but there are not enough words to properly convey the unmatched beauty of this piece of land. Plenty of trees and wildlife. Ideal for a weekend escape with your RV, tiny home or for camping.
NO RESTRICTIONS AND NO HOA
The 14 acres are made up of 4 contiguous parcels. 3 acres sit adjacent to each other and are on the water. Over 400 feet of waterfront! This land sits on a quiet part of the Sipsey River with occasional canoers or kayakers passing by.
Directly across the water sits the William B Bankhead National Forest which is protected land and will never be built on. The national forest is known as the “land of a thousand waterfalls”, this National Forest is popular for hiking, horseback riding, hunting, boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing and more. Within the forest lies the Sipsey Wilderness, with a host of wildlife and an abundance of swift streams, limestone bluffs, and waterfalls. Native American relics abound in Bankhead, one of the Southern United States‘s premier sites for petroglyphs, prehistoric drawings, and rock carvings, at sites such as the Kinlock Shelter.
- GPS Coordinates: 34.1852316454308,-87.3327846252148
- Google Maps Link: https://goo.gl/maps/pwox1WMKtVicmDFN8
- Terrain: A mostly flat piece of land with a gentle slope down towards the water
- A portion of the property has been cleared
- Clear deed and title
- Survey available
- No utilities – a well and septic will need to be installed
- Perk test not done
- Annual taxes approximately $350
Directions to property:
- Take US 278 to Snoddy Rd / US 53
- County Rd 53 will turn into County Rd 24
- Take County Rd 24 to County Rd 2
- When County Rd 24 meets County Rd 2 there will be a fork in the road (and a double arrow sign between the two roads)
- Take the LEFT dirt/gravel road 1.2 miles and the road will turn to the right – a portion of the property is on the left-hand side by the water and the other acres will be on the right-hand side