113+/- acres - Barbour County, AL - West Fork Tract

$ 529,000

Barbour County, Alabama,

Listing Status: New

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New on the market – the West Fork Tract is a beautiful 113+/- acre property located in Barbour County, just outside Louisville. This is a turnkey recreational tract that has everything one could want in this type of property. Despite its rural location, this property has county water, garbage service, and highspeed internet (fiber). The property features a very nice 3 bedroom/2 bath home that was built in 1943. In 2010, the home was taken down to the studs and remodeled to include all new plumbing and electrical. Barbour County has long been known for great hunting and this tract is no exception. Deer, turkey and ducks are found in abundance. Paul’s Creek and Jackson Creek both run through the property and meet on the southern portion of this tract. Their junction forms the headwaters of the West Fork of the Choctawhatchee River.

 Some highlights of this property include:

  • 960 feet paved road frontage on Barbour County Road 20
  • 1,308 sq ft heated and cooled house and a two-car garage
  • Nice screened back porch and deck with an outdoor fireplace
  • Manicured grounds around the house
  • Small stable with a tool room and extra storage
  • 2 barns and a grain bin
  • Small pecan orchard
  • 3 stocked ponds – 2 with shaded fishing pavilions
  • Food plots, feeders, and permanent stands
  • 31 acres of loblolly pine – ages 15&17 and ready to thin
  • Exceptional deer and turkey hunting – natural duck ponds loaded with woodies
  • 1,600 feet of frontage on Paul’s Creek and 2,300 feet on Jackson Creek

This tract has timber income that can be realized immediately. There is plenty of open land for horses or other livestock. There are several good areas to establish a dove field. The pine stands and adjacent old fields could easily be managed for a very nice quail hunting operation. Shopping and most necessities are located 30 minutes or less in the nearby towns of Abbeville, Eufaula, Troy, and Ozark. Larger cities such as Dothan and Montgomery are an hour’s drive from the property. The home will include all furnishings – right down to the dishes and silverware.

This property can serve as a primary residence, country home, or partnership recreational tract. If you’ve been looking for a great recreational tract with a home or camp house, you really need to see this one – it is a fine place. Shown by appointment only, contact Bill Gray with Tutt Land Company at 334-714-0009. 

Driving Directions:

From the intersection of Alabama Highway 51 and Victoria Street/County Road 20 (located by the Louisville Post Office) – travel east-southeast on County Road 20, three and eight tenths (3.8) miles; property will be on the right indicated by signage. The property address is 767 County Road 20, Louisville, AL 36048.


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Bill Gray Land Real Estate Agent

Bill Gray

Alabama, Georgia, Florida

Bill is a native of Houston County Alabama and resides in Ashford with his family. He received his B.S. in Wildlife Science from Auburn University in 1990. In May of 2020 he retired from a nearly 30-year career as a wildlife biologist with the Ala...