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County Rd #27

 Fairhope, AL 36532
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$1,531,000
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Stunningly attractive farmstead: 40.6 total acres of which 10 acres is pasture with pond and the rest in pecan orchard of some 250 trees. About 1330 feet road frontage and 1330 feet deep.

Selling lock stock and barrel. Old farmhouse, two barns, wash house, pump house, two tractors (JD 4020 and MF 265), bush hog, plow, disc, post-hole digger with two augers, ground sprayer, forklift attachment, boom attachment, dirt scoop, limb rake, pecan sweeper, two trailers, wagon, fuel tank, pecan scale, etc. Good clean fence all around- ready for horses.

This property offers privacy and a perfect site for new home construction. Located southeast of Fairhope Airport and Polo ground. It doesn't get much better than this. Asking $1,531,000.

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I would ask a higher price, but... in the spirit of full disclosure...
1) The land is very old. You see it was formed during the Pliocene Epoch 5.33 million to 2.58 million years ago. And before that during the Paleozoic Era, 500,000 million years ago, it was under 100 feet of ocean. Today it is high and dry, about 100 feet above sea level, shows no shrinkage, still 40.6 acres, and actually looks really good for its age.
2) And of course the land is used. There used to be farmers and their kids living there. The kids were bad about taking care of things. They ran all over it with and without shoes, shot slingshots, fished, grew chickens and watermelons, picked pecans, rode horses and pretty much sucked all the joy from it. And their parents treated the place like dirt. But worse, a herd of cattle used to eat there, for free mind you, and they just crapped all over it. Well, we hired a guy (in hindsight rather shady because he was wearing boots and a cowboy hat pulled low over his eyes) to haul them away and last we heard he had sold them all to the owner of a hamburger store. I suppose they are just as happy there.
3) I'm sorry about these deficiencies and that is why I only ask $1,531,000. And if you don't come and buy the farm now, I will list it with a realtor so when you come later to buy it you can pay an addition $91,860, their commission, which I will add to the price.
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