Lee County is in Alabama. There regularly are over 10,000 home lots and parcels of land for sale in Alabama on LotNetwork.com, so whether you are a potential homeowner looking for an Alabama lot for sale or a builder or developer seeking Alabama land for sale for your next real estate project, the perfect property for you may be found in Alabama, especially if you like steamy summers and succulent seafood. Nestled between Mississippi and Georgia, Alabama’s southern border stretches along the Florida panhandle before claiming a bit of its own coast on the Gulf of Mexico. There, you’ll find Gulf Shores, home of a huge annual shrimp festival, Orange Beach, Dauphin Island, and historic Fort Morgan. Mobile Bay juts inland from the gulf with the city of Mobile, the state’s only seaport and its third largest city, at its head. Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama, followed by the capital city of Montgomery. The 4th biggest city is Huntsville, located in the north of the state and nicknamed the Rocket City for its role in U.S. space missions. Rounding out the top five is Tuscaloosa, where “Roll Tide!” is a common greeting in the city that hosts the University of Alabama. Football is a big part of the culture here, and the state rivalry between Auburn and Alabama is taken seriously. To accommodate the fans, Auburn and Alabama have the twelfth and fifth largest U.S. college football stadiums, respectively. Beyond the gridiron, the state may be best known for its role in the civil rights movement, and there are many attractions that pay homage to key events from the 50s and 60s. The Rosa Parks Museum and Library in Montgomery, the Selma-to-Montgomery National Historic Trail (where protestors, including Martin Luther King, Jr., marched to improve black voters’ rights), and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, are just a few. The economy in Alabama has shifted in the past decade, and although textiles and agriculture are still prevalent, the state has become fourth in the nation for automobile manufacturing. Aerospace and electronics industries flourish, especially in Huntsville near NASA’s George C. Marshall Space Flight Center. Alabama is the only place in the world where iron ore, coal and limestone are found within thirty miles of one another, making it the largest supplier of steel pipe and cast-iron products. Golfers enjoy the state’s eleven courses that make up the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, as well as numerous other golf venues. Throughout the state, there are 1300 miles of inland waterways, including the Alabama, Tensaw, and Tennessee rivers, the Mobile-Tensaw delta, several lakes, and countless streams, which all contribute to the Alabama Scenic River Trail. Designated as a National Recreation Trail, outdoor enthusiasts will have no trouble finding activities whether they are looking for relaxation or thrills.
If you are seeking property in Alabama, you will find a wide variety of real estate choices, from Alabama waterfront land for sale, lake lots for sale, beachfront lots for sale, riverfront land for sale, wooded property for sale, golf course lots for sale, mountain lots for sale, vacant land for sale and even cheap land for sale.
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