The subject real estate consists of 243.5 acres, more or less, located on the west side of the Alabama River just south of Selma in Dallas County, Alabama as shown in the plat map. The property is basically flat as illustrated on the topographic map. The property features several land and timber classes as noted in the stand map contained herein. The aerial photograph of the property illustrates the road and river frontage, and the two parcels being offered for sale. Access to the tract is provided by County Highways 17 and 946. An excellent woods road system traverses the property. The +/13.43 acre river parcel features very desirable frontage on the Alabama River as noted. There is power and public water available to the road frontage on the property. The property across the road on Highway 946 has been developed into upscale residential lots, and therefore this property has excellent potential for development along the Highway 946 frontage. Any development of the Highway 946 frontage must conform to the neighborhood, i.e. only stick built homes of at least 1,500 square feet on minimum lot size of 3 acres. As noted on the attached stand map, the timber consists of merchantable pine and hardwood timber, as well as pre-merchantable pine and hardwood. This tract lies in the heart of the Golden Triangle, the three county region of south central Alabama consisting of Dallas, Lowndes, and Wilcox Counties noted for the vast numbers and large size of whitetail deer. Wild turkey and other game species are also plentiful in this area. Hunting rights become available at closing. This tract features river frontage and residential development potential which makes its highest and best use for this portion over and above the ordinary hunting and timber property value. Please call the Camden Office at or one of our agents listed below for an appointment to see.