"Cheaha Wilderness Ranch" - a finely crafted country retreat! Pasture, Stocked Lake with aeration Windmill, large metal storage building / Workshop, barn / stalls, pole barn, beautiful home, Approx. 1/4 mile of direct border with Talladega National Forest and the large, pristine Cheaha Wilderness Area. Fish, Hunt, Canoe...

54 Acres, Clay County, Alabama

A finely crafted country retreat! This is that "place in the country" retreat you have dreamed of... Pastures, stocked lake, large metal storage building / workshop, barn / stalls, pole barn, beautiful home, approx. 1/4 mile of direct border with Talladega National Forest and the large, pristine Cheaha Wilderness Area. A lifetime of exploration! Hunt, fish, canoe, relax, retreat here...

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General Description

Beautiful views of Robinson Mountain and the Talladega Mountain range. Awesome Cheaha Mountain (highest point in Alabama) and State Park just miles away.

Paved County Road 31 frontage, concrete driveway.

2 bedroom, 3 bath home. Porches / sun room with beautiful views.

Approximately 1/4 mile of of direct border with Talladega National Forest / Cheaha Wilderness Area (7,245 acre pristine area - no motorized vehicles allowed.) There's an approximate 40 acre quarter-quarter section of "regular" National Forest between this western border and the Cheaha Wilderness Area. Check out all the very soft (rolling hills) topo on the National Forest border on the western property line. Lots of great extra land to play on!!!

Bring the horses or cattle: Beautiful, approximately 25-30 acres of established pasture. Cross fenced.

One spring branch feeds the lake, another one cuts through the back of the property. Both are the spring branch headwaters of Ketchepedrakee Creek.

Windmill aerates the stocked lake - approximately 1.5 - 1.75 acres.

Well, septic, power to house and multiple structures.

Storm shelter.

LARGE (approx. 37' by 55') metal workshop / storage building with electricity on concrete slab for all your toys, projects, etc. External storage area attached.

Bring the horses - barn / 6 stalls, pole barn, greenhouse, multiple external storage areas, well-house, storage.

Soft, rolling topography. Beautiful views.

Deer and turkey love to come out of the protected Wilderness area (ton of hardwood mast crop) and browse the beautiful pastures on this property!

Recent property taxes: only $507 with all these improvements!

Custom Home

Charming, quaint, 2 bedroom, 3 bath home. Porch / sun room with beautiful views.

Initial home construction began in the late 90's with completion early 2000's...

RELATIVELY NEW (2015) 40 Year Galvalume metal roof.

Brick, wood, vinyl siding and metal roof.

2 central heat and air units.

Hardwood and tile flooring, insulated below floor.

Living room has high vaulted ceiling; large fireplace wood or gas operated.

Gas wall heater in dining room. Custom plantation shutters, drapes, and blinds.

Crown molding throughout home.

Kitchen has granite counter tops, all appliances remain with new owner.

Master bath redone in 2014 with tile and glass shower, custom cabinets and quartz counter.

Sun room has beautiful mountain views, French doors out to front porch.

Second floor has bedroom, full bath with claw foot tub. Separate stairs to front porch and driveway.

Built-in pantry.

Basement with storm room, dehumidifier.

ADT Security

All appliances and window treatments included with sale.

Additional Structures

Stable constructed of metal roof and cypress siding. 6 stalls. Greenhouse attached. Hay room & storage.

Pump house with additional storage and connections for generator hook-up.

Large, approx. 37' by 55' metal storage building with concrete slab flooring. Enclosed workshop. External storage attached. Electricity to shop.

Pole barn.

Access

Fronts asphalt County Road 31, concrete driveway to home.

Services

Electricity, phone, satellite, well, septic, garbage pick-up at road, ADT security system.

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Directions: Meet Don here. Once on Google maps, enter your starting point. Alternatively, here's GPS: 33.380094, -85.817833

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Your neighbor to the west - National Forest and Designated Cheaha Wilderness Area...

The 7,245-acre Cheaha Wilderness offers high elevations, with numerous overlooks for panoramic views of east-central Alabama. Cheaha Wilderness is named for the nearby Cheaha mountain, which rises to a height of 2,407 feet and is the highest point and a prominent landmark in Alabama. Elevations within the Cheaha Wilderness range from 1,100 feet, along the bottom of the eastern slopes, to Odum Point with an elevation of 2,342 feet. Over 1,000 acres are above 2,000 feet in elevation affording hikers the challenge and solitude that is a vital part of the true wilderness experience. Plant life in the wilderness is diverse and corresponds to the local soil types and moisture conditions. Chestnut oak and Virginia pine, with scattered longleaf pine, are found on the main ridge line and side slopes of the higher elevations. Longleaf and loblolly pines grow on the lower elevation ridges, while the drainages and northern settings are homes for oaks and hickories. The rock bluffs, outcrops and cliff lines have Virginia pines, many of which are dwarfed. The small trees evolved over eons of weathering from the wind, rain, snow and sleet. Some places look like the bonsai garden of a giant.

In the spring, flowering mountain laurel make their showy appearances from the drainages and north slopes. The remaining areas have very little understory, except for scattered patches of huckleberry on the southern exposures and scrubby hardwoods along drainages in high elevations. The beautiful sights offered by the plant life are at their height in the spring and again in the autumn. Majestic pines and the delicate yellow-green of new leaves provide the backdrop for spring blossoms of dogwood, redbud and flowering shrubs. Nature has her fling when red, gold, crimson, brown and yellow blend in a carpet of color as the hardwoods don their fall dress.

Recreation on Property and Nearby...

Location / Directions

  • Located just north of Lineville / Ashland, Alabama - 8945 County Road 31, Lineville, Alabama 36266 bordering Talladega National Forest. Convenient to I20.

  • Directions: Meet Don here. Once on Google maps, enter your starting point. Alternatively, here's GPS: 33.380094, -85.817833

    Shown by appointment only.

Contact Agent

  • Email (DonEllers@landcrawler.com) or call / text Don Ellers (770) 424-5800 for a tour (generally need 2-3 days advance notice to schedule a tour). Appointment only.

Asking

  • $498,500 Custom home, large metal workshop, pasture, barn - 6 stalls, pole barn, lake, land, National Forest / Cheaha Wilderness Area border...

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