** Will Swap for Acreage**
Taylors Ferry on Bankhead Lake is a waterfront development of roughly 80 acres of land with 4600’ feet of waterfront on Bankhead Lake, 42 miles from Birmingham, AL and 14 miles off of the nearest exit on the new I-22. There is partial underground power.
Over 1000’ of Walker County maintained road frontage and we are covered by Covenants that protect property values.
Parcel A and B has Access to water
Price below Appraisal
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WHY BANKHEAD LAKE?
No Supply of property - great resale value, (Smith Lake has 400 lots for sale)
Great Lot value
Very wild and lots of Nature , but close to town
On an interstate in 15 minutes
Piers rather than floating docks
Water is out of Smith Lake dam
Great fishing - no fish ban like on Lay lake
Rare Deeded Lots - a lot of land is owned by US Steel, Drummond and AL Power
Navigable to Gulf of Mexico on the Tenn-Tom waterway
35,000 Wildlife Management area.
Unlike Lake Martin, Smith Lake, Lay Lake, Lake Weiss, Lake Logan Martin, Lake Wedowee or Lake Mitchell in Alabama, the water level in front of our waterfront lot property on Bankhead Lake in Alabama fluctuates little if any. The water flowing past these waterfront lots and lakehouses at Taylors Ferry on Bankhead Lake come directly from Lewis Smith lake in Alabama. Near Birmingham, AL, Bankhead Lake is part for the Black Warrior river system, which flows in to the Alabama River and becomes part of the Tennesee-Tombigbee Waterway. If you are looking for a lake home or waterfront home in Alabama, Taylors Ferry on Bankhead Lake on the Warrior River, is the place for you. We offer deer hunting and Turkey hunting the State of Alabama sponsored Wildlife Management Areas found nearby.
There are several huge wildlife management areas (WMA) adjacent to the property offering 30,000+ acres of hunting and recreation
Map & Boundaries
Directions to Taylor's Ferry via I-22 Feel free to visit Taylor's Ferry anytime! 1. From Downtown Birmingham, go West on I-59 for 2 miles. Take Exit 123, the Highway 78/Jasper Exit. 2. Exit Right and go North 11.5 miles to the intersection of the new I-22/ Corridor X. You will cross over the bridge and go take the Right loop, going West towards Jasper. 3. Take I-22 West 12.6 miles, to Exit 72, the "Cordova" Exit. 4. At the bottom of the ramp, take a left and go approximately 4.5 miles to where the highway dead-ends at Highway 269. 5. Turn Right on Highway 269 and go 3.5 miles to a crossroads called "Goodsprings" and you will see a Chevron on the Left. 6. Turn Left at the Chevron, onto Goodsprings Rd., then go 0.1 mile (roughly one block) and turn Right onto Tutwiler Rd. 7. Go 3.6 miles on Tutwiler Rd. Along the way you will cross a steel bridge. 8. Turn Left onto High Hill Rd., approximately 1 mile after the steel bridge. Start your odometer. 9. At 0.6 mile, you will come to a four-way stop. Go straight. This is a Walker county-maintained gravel road. You are headed out into a 35,000 acre wildlife management area wilderness and will not pass but a few houses at the start. 10. At 6.3 miles the road will fork. Take the Right fork. 11. At 6.9 miles the road will "T" and you will go straight. (The road will take a hard right - do not go that way. If you get to 3 houses a mile later, you have gone too far.) 12. At 7.3 miles, you have arrived at Taylors Ferry! Take a left and go all the way to the water and lots 1-24. There will be sales literature in a box at our stone entrance monument and the lots are clearly marked. NOTE: If you are there after hours, or if you find our gate locked, the code for the lock tumbler is 1999.