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SOLD! 93+/- ac with Shop Building

$999,000 · Acreage with Homesite · Sold
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Welcome to this one of a kind tract located on Choccolocco Creek in Talladega County. This magnificent property consist of 93+/- acres on Turner Mill Road. As you enter the farm, there is fenced pasture on both the east and west side of the main drive. There is currently 25+/- acres planted in soybeans. The middle of the farm boasts a massive 75×150 Shop Building with 18 foot eve, drive through bay door, 1 truck bay for large trucks, 3 phase power, water, and much more. There is a small home on the property that could be used as a camp house. The northern most boundary of the farm has over 1,500 feet of frontage on Choccolocco Creek. There is a small pond on the property with fenced pasture for anyone that is wanting to run cows or horses. Here you can enjoy fishing, kayaking, and canoeing all with the convenience of your own private boat ramp located on the property. Abundant wildlife with deer, turkey, and great dove hunting. There are several shooting houses on the property and strategic food plots have been planted over the years. One of the most attractive features is the 500 shooting range with 100 yard spaced stations.

The property is located on 4.7 miles of I-20 and conveniently located to Birmingham in under 1 hour.

Showings are strictly by appointment only. Call John Morris or Jeff Hardy to schedule.


846 turner Mill rd, Talladega, AL 35160


  • Ag Land
  • Barn
  • Central HVAC
  • Creek
  • Electric
  • Farm
  • Fence
  • Field
  • Hardwood
  • Hunting
  • Pasture

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John Morris

Accredited Land Consultant (ALC)

John is an Associate Broker and Accredited Land Consultant (ALC), licensed in Alabama, Georgia, and Arkansas. John grew up in Gainesville, Georgia, and his passion for land and conservation began as a ...


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Jeff Hardy

Accredited Land Consultant (ALC)

Jeff has been with AlaLandCo since 2006. He grew up in Coosa County and raised deer for 15 years. He attended Benjamin Russell High School where he played baseball and football and ...


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