Butler Basin and Taylorsville
This is a beautiful property with unlimited potential. Yes, you can live on the Tennessee River in or outside the city limits of Huntsville, Alabama with all underground utilities and city sewer available. As any well planned TND, Taylorsville will offer everything. You could retire here and never have to leave, but you will still be connected to downtown Huntsville 12 miles away, Gate 3 Redstone Arsenal 5 miles, and by boat to other towns along the Tennessee River and the Gulf of Mexico if you choose. (Contact Us)
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Pier Homes at Butler Basin
Pier homes have been an acceptable building concept for 1000s of years...Utilized on the coastal areas of countries around the world and in any area subject to occasional flooding. Since flood regulations do not allow one to build up (fill) the site...Raise it on piers...So simple...And what do you get...Looking down on the waters of the Tennessee River from you deck in Huntsville Alabama with no worry of flooding.
As Chattanooga, Knoxville, Decatur, and other towns along the Tennessee River are doing or have done, Huntsville, Alabama has started to develop its River front and we have something unique no one else has…A 2.5 mile long x .5 mile wide island. Counting the interior lake, Hobbs Island has over 8 miles of riverfront. Locally known as Hobbs Island, this is the first time Hobbs Island has been listed for sale. Hobbs Island is suited for a mixed use development or destination point accessible by a new bridge or ferry. Utilities are along Hobbs Island Road, but will require boring under the river. This is a beautiful property with unlimited potential. (Contact Us)
Taylorsville Master Plan
Taylorsville Realty has other listings not part of Butler Basin, but adjacent like this beautiful piece of property, with 2 homes located on it and an old barn with a tin roof and concrete floor. Although the owner would consider subdividing, the complete package would make a great small farm. One could live in one home and rent out the other for extra income or both homes could be rented. Large tracts of land are getting harder to come by in Madison County (11 miles to downtown Huntsville and in the county). Also, 31.54 acres would make a great subdivision development (see schematic drawing right)