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Sweetwater Plantation

Definition: Sweetwater Plantation once covered 3800 acres on NW Alabama. It gets its name from the creek that the Indians called Sweetwater.
Sweetwater Plantation once covered 3800 acres on NW Alabama. It gets its name from the creek that the Indians called Sweetwater.
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Sweetwater Plantation once covered 3800 acres on NW Alabama. It gets its name from the creek that the Indians called Sweetwater. The creek which borders the south property line eventually empties into the Tennessee River. Some 930 feet front the six lane Florence Boulevard (Highway 72). Developing this property for commercial purposes could possibly be very advantageous for income tax purposes. Individuals wanting to take the tax credits will need to consult tax attorneys skilled in the use of these credits. The 180 year old brick on the property with its huge rooms, tall ceilings, and thick walls could be easily adapted to a variety of commercial uses. It is near the highway on a slight elevation. The tin roof was installed in 1985. Plumbing, electrical will need to be upgraded. As a former residence to Governor Patton of Alabama, there is a wealth of historical data about the uses of the house which range from a hospital to military headquarters. As one time, it even had a tenant.

NW Alabama's Shoals Area. Home to a pair of the newest Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Courses. Within two miles of new 4 Star Marriott Hotel. Near NW Alabama's newest conference centers. Home to numerous bass tournaments, musical events, and cultural events. Near NW Alabama's largest retail center serving a retail population of 450,000 covering three states and ten counties. On the banks of the Tennessee River's Lake Wilson. Home to the University of North Alabama and Shoals Community College as well as a regional health center. Consistently rated highly in lists of places to retire. Low property taxes and low crime rates make the area popular with relocating boomers.

 

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