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3 Acres | Located in Lee County, AL

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Description

Don’t miss your opportunity to own this hidden gem. In Lee County, you’ll find this 3-acre tract with No County Zoning. Almost any home type you want to build or place on this property would be allowed, from a manufactured home, barndo, yurt, RV, tiny home, or others. Find the perfect spot on the property for your home, with plenty of room to spare for gardening, farm animals, or other outdoor hobbies you may have. 15 minutes from the property is the town of Opelika, where you can find many options for convenient shopping, medical needs, along with local private and public schools. You can find many activities in Opelika, from the Aquatic Center, Chewacla State Park, and much more. Kayak on the Lee County Public Lake or venture a little further for a more thrilling ride, whitewater rafting with Whitewater Express in Columbus GA. Fishing and boating can be found nearby at Lee County Public Lake, Lake Oliver, or the Chattahoochee River. Watch the races at East AL Motor Speedway or the Phenix Drag Strip. Hike the trails and enjoy the peaceful scenery at Tuskegee National Forest or Mofits Mill. Hit the greens at the world-renown Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Whether you are looking to commute or just want to spend a day in the city, Birmingham AL or Atlanta GA are just over 2 hours from the property. Power running at the street – Water available for hookup – Septic needs to be installed.

Lee County is considered one of the best places to live in the US because of its high quality of life and excellent amenities. Those amenities include an outstanding educational system with highly regarded public and private schools, a nationally recognized University, and many leisure activities.

Property Information

Parcel Size

3

State

Alabama

County

Lee

Nearest Cities

Phenix City / Columbus GA

Parcel #

22-03-08-0-000-002.045

Address

Lee Rd 38 Opelika, AL 36804

Legal Description

Part Sec 8 T17n R28e: Com Int N Row Lee Rd 39 &E Row Lee Rd 38: N 1450″S On Row To Beg; Nw 248.1′ On Row, NE 534.5;SE 247.2′, SW 524.5′ To Pob

Property Taxes

$221.40

Features

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Acres

3

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County

Lee

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Access

Paved

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Power

Running at street

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Water

Water available for hookup / Septic needs installed

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Coordinates

32.472684,-85.360076

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Zoning

No Zoning

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Elevation

565 FT

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Topography

Fairly level – Heavily Treed

Nearby Cities / Attractions

Columbus Georgia

Set along the Chattahoochee River on the border with Alabama, Columbus GA blends a vibrant artsy energy with unique local history, a thriving food scene, and a popular spot for outdoor lover’s. In Columbus you can enjoy a lazy river ride in the morning and wild adventure with class V rapids in the afternoon. Off the banks of Chattahoochee River, you can find one of the Top 12 Man-Made Adventures in the World called Whitewater Columbus, GA, and it’s the longest urban whitewater rafting course in the world. It’s been described as “wild as the Colorado River, and warm as Costa Rica!.” Take a high adventure on the zip line that crosses the Chattahoochee River from Georgia to Alabama and back again. Fly to the moon at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center or study distant planets at the Omnisphere Planetarium. Explore your creative side with the Columbus arts scene by visiting the Springer Opera House, Columbus Museum or RiverCenter for the Performing Arts. Every Saturday morning from March-November, Columbus holds a special event called Market Days. The event takes place on one of the main hot spots, Broadway – in an area fondly referred to as Uptown Columbus. In late October, don’t miss the annual Southern Pirate Festival, where you can enjoy live entertainment, family activities, cannon firings, pirates, mermaids and much more. In short, Columbus offers world-class experiences without the world-class ego.

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