Fact Sheet

Ref. #
Auburn/ Opelika; Lake Harding; Phenix City; Columbus, GA
Road Access
Lee County Roads 158 and 257
Public Water
Gently Rolling
Surface Water
Creek, Seasonal Springs
Driving Distances
Auburn/Opelika 11 miles; Phenix City, AL and Columbus, GA 23 miles; Atlanta 100 miles
Land Uses
Homesite, Timber Production, Hunting, Recreation, Investment, Farm
Loblolly Pines planted in 2010, Mature Hardwood around creek and streams


This +/-97 acre tract hosts one of the best lookouts in east, central Alabama. From a nice, potential homesite on a ridge line (Flint Ridge); there are amazing, long views up the Chattahoochee River Valley! It is a moving and breathtaking sight! The property has level frontage along Lee County Road 257, a lightly traveled, dirt and gravel road. Paved, County Road 158 is only 250 yards from the larger part of the property and is a popular route from nearby cities to Lake Harding on the Chattahoochee River. There is a 60 foot wide strip of the tract extending from the central part of the property up to County Road 158. Therefore, the 97 acres has two potential means of access from two separate County Roads. The short distance to Auburn/ Opelika, Alabama and Columbus, Georgia along fast highways makes the commute to town very, easy. Public utilities are available along the County Road 158 and 257 frontages.
Currently the property is used for timber production and recreation. Most of the tract is in Loblolly Pine production. There is a rocky bottom branch that runs across the property. The water course is surrounded by hardwood trees that make up the stream management zone. There are also a couple of seasonal, spring branches that are surrounded by beautiful, mature hardwoods.
The nice roll of the land, awesome views, timber and live water make the property attractive for building one or more homes.
This is a property with numerous possibilities! The owner will consider subdividing the tract. Call today for more information.

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