Have you thought about owning and running a sustainable farm? Creating farm income right from the dirt which you live on? Well, there’s some history here in Blountsville Alabama too. Blountsville was established in 1827 and was popular stop by westbound travelers after the end of the Creek War. Blountsville was the county seat until moving to Oneonta in 1889. Home + Land for sale with 27+/- Acres, cattle pond and multiple outbuildings. You could own it all and buy an additional 1 acre with a barn and 2nd house for additional family members. You have an old barn with cribs, and hay lofts. Large concrete block garage with 4 bays, concrete floors, power and natural gas. 2 Car Garage with She Shed. How about that hobby farm you wanted for cattle and maybe plow that large garden for income from the farm. The historical factor here is that this farm has been in family for over 100 years. Hidden beneath modern construction, an old home placed covered up that was presumed to have been built by James Hendricks after 1837. Now that part of the main home has rooms and 1 bathroom and could be used for side business/office from the house or a really cool man cave. The Farmhouse built in 1990’s with 5BR’s 4BA’s features Dining Room, Large Kitchen with Spacious Cabinets, Large Den, and 3 fireplaces. You got muscadine vines and plenty of room for that organic orchard or vineyard. 3 pasture fields totaling approximately in 12+/- Acres but will need additional cross fencing for living off the land. You even got room to build chicken coop. Be a great place to retire early and build memories while homesteading. This farm is about being self reliance.These barns are worth money. They’re old and a real cool looking factor to see. How about that wedding venue for multiple streams of income. Multiple picture taking opportunities throughout the farm. There is a picture of the old home place with Good/Hathorn wedding party taking in 1896. Property is level for parking for events too. You’re 20 minutes from Walmart in Oneonta. 10 Minutes from Spring Valley Beach Water park in Blountsville. If you really like adventures, you’re 5 minutes from the locust fork river for a whitewater kayaking experience. Call or text chad 205-478-4974 for a home tour or the virtual tour.
Directions: From Cleveland, Alabama: Go Hwy 231 toward Blountsville veer right onto Hwy 79 toward Guntersville. After you pass maple drive. Property on the left before Co Rd 26.