42.87 +/- acres located in eastern Cleburne County. Located inside the Hardwood Mountain Preserve; this is a "members only" community. This gated preserve has a deeded access road to the property, natural forest, clearings, and a wide creek with a covered bridge that you can see at the southernmost edge of the property. The creek borders the entire southern portion of this property. This piece of land is perfect for the outdoorsman with plenty of deer and turkey.
Consisting of 500 acres, Hardwood Mountain Preserve is a combination of gentle mountains, rolling hills, fertile fields, heavily wooded valleys and 2 pristine creeks (Town and Cheatwood Creeks). Hardwood Mountain borders the Talladega National Forest. The water is clean, the air mountain fresh, the wildlife abundant, and the stars still visible. Hardwood Mountain is not a subdivision! If you re needing paved city streets, city sewers, city water and city lights, with a Wal- Mart around the corner, well, this might not be the place for you. Of course, power and phone, with high speed internet, are available. Cell reception is good, and the nearest Walmart is only 35 Minutes away, the mall 30 minutes. (Oxford, AL) Hardwood Mountain Preserve is an. piece of unspoiled rural land and it is our hope and goal to keep it so. Located about half way between Atlanta and Birmingham, in Cleburne County Alabama, Hardwood Mountain Preserve is 8 miles from the Ga. line, at the junction of Hwy 78 and County Road 61. (Aka Coleman Lake Rd. Hardwood Mountain Preserve it has a wide variety of available properties, with parcels ranging from 4 to 90 acres. The property lines of Hardwood Mountain Preserve are clearly marked and accessible by cut walking trails. Many of the parcels also have cross trails to make viewing easier. IMPORTANT: Many of the available parcels in Hardwood Mountain Preserve are accessed by privately owned and maintained gravel roads.
From Heflin take US 78 towards Georgia. Go 7 miles on US 78 until you reach the town of Edwardsville, AL. Look for Old Georgia Road on left approximately .6 miles east of Edwardsville. Turn left and then left at intersection on dirt road. Hardwood Mountain Preserve will on the right (gated).
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