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6 Acres in Lee County, Alabama

6 acres
Co. Rd. 862 Auburn AL 36830
6 /- acres near Auburn city limits with a 40 x 80 insulated metal building. The building has 2 large roll-up doors, 2 offices, phase 3 power, water, and overhead storage. Outside there is a large stor...
John Hardin, Southeastern Land Group
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Lee County, AL Land Info

Set in a metropolitan area of Alabama, Lee County is considered a large urban county. The most common type of land for sale in Lee County recently was farms, while Auburn was the city in Lee County with the most land for sale. Internal July 2016 data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Lee County at $7,765, with an average list price of $594,406 for land and farms for sale in Lee County. Of the 67 counties in Alabama, Lee County ranks eighth in terms of its population (156,993, according to Census data from 2015). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Lee County. The county is also considered popular among retirees. Size-wise, Lee County is Alabama's 50th biggest county (616 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). The main agricultural staple here is livestock (defined as cattle, poultry, hog or other farming, as well as related products such as dairy).

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