The median home value in Carlton, AL is $61,700.
the county median home value of $73,100.
The national median home value is $152,300.
The average price of homes sold in Carlton, AL is $61,700.
Approximately 49.06% of Carlton homes are owned,
compared to 3.77% rented, while
47.17% are vacant.
Carlton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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We are proud to exclusively offer this true gem in South Alabama. This tract consists of 8,200+/-contiguous acres of heavily managed river bottom hardwood, with miles of frontage on the Tombigbee River and Alabama River Cutoff. The property has a 5,000+/- square foot cypress lodge with large wraparound porches on Singleton Lake that sleeps 27 people. The lodge has 6 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, a large bunk room downstairs, and another small bunk room upstairs adjoining the kitchen. The kitchen has all stainless steel appliances, a commercial grade gas range, and a chest freezer. The Lodge's open floor plan is great for socializing, with a large game room area, bar, large den with plush leather sofas looking to the 42'' LCD TV on swivel mounts, 2 large fireplaces, and dining area. A cleaning shed with power and water is also present at this Lodge. Another small camp on the south end of the property fronting the Alabama River cutoff that sleeps 8-10, has a full bathroom, kitchen, and large side deck. While both camps have power and water, the large Lodge also has an automatic backup generator. The timber on the property consists of river bottom hardwood species and has been heavily managed. The overall timber value on the property is extremely strong as much of the property is heavy in old growth timber, but, the tract also has well stocked stands of merchantable and pre-merchantable hardwood timber of varying ages. The older stands have strong understory regeneration of shade tolerant species, primarily Nutall and Overcup oak (species of red and white oak), attributed primarily to the shelter wood management method used on the property's timber. The site index on this tract is extremely strong and holds great potential for producing income not only from standard timber harvests, but also through tax credits or deductions through conservation easements, fuel wood production, and carbon credit sales. Hunting on the property is unparalleled in this area. Trophy deer are harvested with ease each year, the turkey hunting is ideal underneath the canopies of the old growth hardwood, fishing on any of the large lakes on the property is remarkable, and the duck hunting on the property's 16+ small ponds and sloughs will rival Arkansas most years! More info and pictures to come... Call or email for more information on this tract.
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