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Cullman County

Cullman County was created by an act of the Alabama State Legislature on January 24, 1877, from portions of BlountWalkerMorgan, and Winston Counties. The county is named for its founder, Johann G. Cullman, who came to Alabama in 1873 to establish a colony for German immigrants

Cullman County is home to the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament and Our Lady of Angels Monastery, founded by Franciscan nun and founder of the Eternal World Television Network Mother Angelica. Cullman County is also home to Lewis Smith Lake.

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    25-015 Clarkton Creek

    Cullman County, AL

    $477,300

    Very nice timber investment/hunting tract for sale in southern Cullman County, just off Exit #291 on I-65. Improved Loblolly Pine planted in 2006 provides...

    • Acres222 Acres
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    Catalina

    Cullman County, Alabama

    $198,000

    Land for sale in Cullman County Alabama, 66 ± acres Located near Dodge City, Cullman, & Smith Lake Public road frontage on County Roads...

    • Acres66± Acres
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    Gin Mountain 220 Hunting Land

    Cullman County, AL

    $369,000

    220± acres of prime hunting & timber investment land for sale in Cullman County, Alabama Heavily timbered in pine formerly managed by International Paper...

    • Acres220 ± Acres
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    Dorsey Creek 297

    Cullman County, Alabama

    $559,000

    Convenient Location Dorsey Creek, in Cullman County, AL, is 297± acres of multi-functional land for sale, conveniently located across from the Stoney Lonesome OHV...

    • Acres297± Acres
  • Founding Date: January 24, 1877
  • Area: 755 square miles
  • Population: 83,442
  • Major Waterways: Mulberry Fork of the Black Warrior River, Duck River, & several tributaries that flow into Smith Lake & the Sipsey River
  • Major Highways: I-65, U.S.31, U.S. 231, U.S. 278
  • County Seat: Cullman
  • Largest City: Cullman

Smith Lake

Cullman County

German Village

Mullberry Fork