Here are 80 acres of woods, water and fields in Coffee County located less than a mile from the city limits of Enterprise! The Owens Farm tract features 16 acres of hay fields, a year-round creek, a large beaver pond, great deer hunting and some of the largest oak trees you will find in south Alabama. This tract could be a very nice site to build a house in the country while having all the conveniences of the city just minutes away. Or, as a quick getaway to be in your deer stand on the weekends or after work.
The Owens Farm tract sits about a quarter mile off County Road 622 between Batten’s Crossroads and the airport. There is an 18’ easement from the County Road providing access to the tract. With approximately 16 acres currently in hay field, you will have plenty of options to grow hay, fence it for pasture, convert to farm land, or to plant trees. The hay fields are well-drained and producing good rolls of hay. They could also be used to plant large food plots and provide supplemental feeding for the wildlife.
The creek enters the tract on the south and flows out through the Northwest corner. It maintains constant water, even during the recent drought. The creek bottom is thickly wooded and the beavers have constructed a fine dam and nice little pond. A man-made dam in that area could result in a pond that is several acres in size and provide ready access to all parts of the 80 acres.
Some of the red oak trees on the perimeter of the tract are just massive and look to be 150+ years old. There is also a nice stand of oaks in the SE corner that would make an excellent home site, or a nice place to build a hunting camp. There are no utilities currently on the property but power and water are available on County Road 622 less than a quarter mile away.
For more information or to schedule a showing contact:
Tutt Land Company
Address: County Road 622
Name: Joe Blackburn
Phone: (334) 464-1828