39 Acres on Tallapoosa River – Randolph County, Al

Tallapoosa River 39+/- Acre Wooded Tract which flows into Lake Wedowee a 9,870 Acre Lake. Property has 1,000+/- feet on Tallapoosa River. Property is mostly Hardwood Timber with some Pines. Property has a dedicated 2 Acre Home Site overlooking the River and be great for Kayaking, Canoeing, Fishing, Camping, Swimming and Family Adventures. Power is already along County Road 201. Several boat launch opportunities and pickup locations to Kayak or Canoe the River. Property is access is mostly down Dirt Road about 2.5 miles with Power at the Property. Water would have to be well water. Property is part of a Conservation Easement but does have a 2 Acre Home Site noted in the Conservation Plan. The 2 acre site can be prepped for home site and remaining must stay in it’s current setting. This would be perfect for a Cabin in the Woods and minute off I-20. Only 30 Minutes off Exit 199. Only 1.5 Hours from Downtown Atlanta Georgia and Birmingham, Alabama. Brochure includes everything about the Conservation Easement and Contacts to answer any questions you might have.

Potential Kayaking Launching and Takeout Locations.
1. Hwy 431 Bridge (33.509700, -85.625219) to the Property is Approximately 3.4 Miles Journey.
2. From Property to County Road 88 Bridge (33.438845, -85.609867) is Approximately 2.2 Mile Journey.
3. From County Road 88 Bridge (33.438845, -85.609867) to Fosters Bridge Boat Ramp (33.410139, -85.597287) is Approximately 2.86 Miles.
Almost 9 Miles of Kayak Boating Potential.

Directions: From Birmingham Alabama go East on I-20 or From Atlanta Georgia go West on I-20 to Exit 191. Go South on Hwy 431 about 15 Miles. Turn Right on County Road 88 and go 4.6 Miles. Turn Right on County Road 313 and Take next Right onto County Road 215. Turn left on County Road 201. Continue on County Road 201 for about 2.2 Miles. Property on the Right. Be sure to watch county road signs. You can open this map in google map app.