This is an opportunity to purchase some outstanding farm land with woods! The CR 246 tract features approximately 41 acres of active row crop land and about 34 acres of mixed hardwood and pine timber. With a half mile of paved road frontage, power, and water available at the road, this tract provides many options for the new owner; continue to farm, convert to pasture or hayfield, build a nice country residence and raise some animals, lease the farm land, and have a place to hunt deer and turkey. The road frontage and “lay of the land” also provides the ability to divide the property into smaller parcels for resale. The potential is endless!
A nice crop of corn was grown on the farm land last year which had the added benefit of producing some excellent dove shoots. In addition to growing corn, the sandy loam soil is ideal for growing cotton, peanuts or soybeans. The woods are a good mix of hardwoods and pine trees, with some merchantable timber. There are active two food plots located on the edge of the woods that are loaded with tracks, and the presence of some good tree rubs are evidence of plenty of bucks on this property. There is a creek bottom just beyond the west property line which also helps to create great habitat for the wildlife in the area.
Located in Coffee County just over a mile north of the New Brockton city limits on County Road 246 (Rowe Bridge Road), these 75 acres are easily accessible but have that nice, “in the country” feel. If you are looking to farm, build in the country, raise cattle or horses, and see plenty of native wildlife, you need to see this property.
For more information or to schedule a showing contact:
Tutt Land Company
Directions: from Hwy 84 in New Brockton, take Tyler Street north to St. John Street. Turn right on St. John street and drive 1.5 miles. Take a left on County Rd 246 (Rowe Bridge Rd.) and drive 1.6 miles, property will be on your left.
Address: 0 County Road 246
City: New Brockton
Name: Joe Blackburn
Phone: (334) 464-1828