10 Million Dollars
Forest Green, near Coker, AL.
5 miles from the Tuscaloosa, AL Airport, Walmart and Lowe’s. 2 miles from new county school.
Paved road, Public water
Timber, Hunting, Mining & Mineral
Direction to Forest Green (Tierce property):
Travel west on US 82 from Northport City Hall pass Lowe’s and Walmart, new toll bridge and airport turnoff for 5.3 miles, left on county 2 (Romulus Rd) for 1.2 miles (through Coker).
Right on Libby Rd at Coker Cemetery about one mile to the Northeast edge of Tierce Property. This road continue along the edge of our property and runs to the Pate Rd.
An additional entrance: continue south on HW 2 for about ½ mile and take the right fork on Hillsview road, continue right through Forest Green Subdivision.
1 1/4 miles south is the Pate Road that is adjacent and runs through the very south end of the land.
Tierce land at Forest Green, south of Coker, Alabama
1428 acres more or less. 965 acres + owned by Mem Tierce, II and 455 acres by his children Laura Joan Tierce and Trip Tierce.
The land is approximately 2 miles south of a four lane highway, Federal Highway US 82, and a railroad. I-65 is just south of the Warrior River across the new toll bridge. Access to the land is via a paved county road and several gravel roads.
The land is about 4.5 miles west of the airport and the industrial park. The new Warrior River bridge makes the land more accessible.
The methane gas rights have been sold and the gas company has built and maintains several good gravel roads in and about the land.
The land is generally rolling timber land with several branches or streams running through it. Around 1975 all pines above 10" in diameter measured 10" above ground were harvested and we planted 500,000 pine seedlings by hand. Since then, some select cutting of pines and hardwoods has been done.
The mineral rights are included with the understanding that the income from the gas wells have been sold. The Forest Green Subdivision lies near the center of the land. This area is served by public water from the Coker water system. Hunting rights are leased on a year to year basis and there is a sand and gravel pit on the land.
This land is a great investment with a potential for development as residential or industrial. Of course, it grows good pine timber left as is.
Tuscaloosa is the home of the University of Alabama as well as the new Mercedes plant.
We will provide owner financing.