Cherokee, Alabama Houses for Sale


Home Prices

AVERAGE
354,528 +13%
MEDIAN
318,450 +174%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

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Listings

ACTIVE
9 -44%
NEW
4 0%

Market Duration

DAYS
68 -38%

Crime & Safety

Police Officers 1  
Police Civilians 0  
Total Arrests 5 (2020)
Total Incidents 13 (2020)
CrimeScore 7.51  
National Rank 766th  
Statewide Rank 27th  

Local Statistics

Population 999 (0.00%)
House Size (sqft.) 1,884 (12.71%)

Criminal Offenses

Assault Offenses 5
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property 2
Drug/Narcotic Offenses 4
Larceny/Theft Offenses 2
Weapon Law Violations 1

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$75,000

Residential / Single Family Residence For Sale

Days on Market: 38

270 Johnson Dr
Cherokee, AL 35616

3.0 Bedrooms

1.0 Bathrooms

1,550 sqft

766 Safety Rank

LOTS OF NEW STUFF! MUST SEE INVESTOR PROPERTY THAT NEEDS TO BE FINISHED!

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$215,000

Residential / Single Family Residence For Sale

Days on Market: 30

880 Russell St
Cherokee, AL 35616

4.0 Bedrooms

3.0 Bathrooms

1,700 sqft

766 Safety Rank

Looking for a beautiful and peaceful Country setting with your own 20 acres? This home features vaulted ceiling in great room, sunroom, deck, large covered front porch, lots of road frontage, beautiful setting, fishing pond 2/bass, catfish, crappie, brim. Large southern magnolia on front lawn. The homeowner has started a new addition that will feature a large master bedroom and a large master bath.

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$749,900

Residential / Single Family Residence For Sale

Days on Market: 23

3733 Mulberry Ln
Cherokee, AL 35616

5.0 Bedrooms

3.0 Bathrooms

3,423 sqft

766 Safety Rank

Country Living at its best! 60 beautiful acres surround this 5 bedroom/3 bath multifunctional home that accommodates work and play near the Tennessee River in western Colbert County. It features antique granite columns and was built for sustainability with 2X6 construction, boarded and wrapped before bricking and extra rated insulation installed for energy efficiency. Perfect for family living and those working remotely from home. There is a muscadine vineyard, blueberry patch, multiple fruit trees, and wonderful garden spaces for self-sufficiency. Almost half of the property is a mature pine forest with trails and lots of pasture space for horses or livestock. Relax on the back porch and wrap around deck or enjoy the upper deck for viewing the wildlife (deer, turkeys, osprey, eagles, etc.). Gorgeous views from every room. 20 minute drive to the Shoals. Buyer to confirm square footage as listed in county assessors office.

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