This is a great piece of land that is inside the Old Cahaba park in Dallas county. 2 green fields, 10 acres pines about 10 years old, 7 acres of hardwoods and 4 acres of open land. This property has waterfront on the Cahaba River and power is on the property.
Here is some facts about Old Cahaba:
From 1819 to 1826, Cahawba served as Alabama's first capital. It was once a thriving antebellum river town, a major distribution point for cotton shipped down the Alabama River to Mobile, a Confederate prison for captured Union soldiers, and a rural community of African American families. By 1900, however, most of Cahawba's buildings had burned, collapsed, or had been dismantled. A place of picturesque ruins, Cahawba today is an important archaeological park with an extensive descendants' network.