Shelby County was established on February 7, 1818, and it was named for the Revolutionary War hero and the first Governor of Kentucky, Isaac Shelby. The seat was moved to Columbia, now Columbiana, in 1826. Initially housed in an old school building, a new brick courthouse building was completed in 1854.
Shelby County is one of the fastest growing counties in Alabama and the Southeast. Encompassing approximately 800 square miles in Central Alabama at the southernmost extension of the Appalachian Mountains, the County offers diverse amenities in a temperate climate with dramatic landscapes.
Outstanding Commercial/Retail property for sale on I-65 in Shelby County, Alabama. It is located at the Calera Exit 228 and consists of 6.25 acres...
- Acres6.25 Acres
- TypeCommercial, Land
20 acre lake lot located in the Pioneer Lake private & gated community in Shelby County, Alabama. Well suited for the avid outdoors man...
- Acres20 Acres
- TypeFishing, Home sites, Hunting land, Land
Rare offering Multi-Use Listing with Great Location Yellowleaf Hills features 38.39 beautiful acres located Shelby County, Alabama – less than 3 miles from Hwy...
- Acres38.39 Acres
Rare offering Multi-Use Listing with Great Location Yellowleaf Hills Mini Farm features 20± beautiful acres located Shelby County, Alabama – less than 3 miles...
- Acres20± Acres
- TypeHome sites, Hunting, Investment, Land, Rural Residential
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Shelby County Courthouse