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78.06 Acres Of Land For Sale In Magnolia Springs, Alabama
0 COUNTY ROAD 49
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One of the most beautiful pieces of property on Magnolia Springs ideal for Luxury Homesites with a beautiful canopy of Live Oaks thru-out this property. Endless potential on plenty of road frontage on Highway 49 just past Magnolia River Bridge. All information provided is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Buyer or buyerâ€™s agent to verify all information.
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