186 Ac - Coffee Co - Double Bridges Creek Tract

$ 232,500

100 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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Double Bridges Creek is a 100-acre recreational tract and long-term investment tract less than ten minutes from Enterprise!  Previously used for farming, growing timber and hunting, it has been sitting idle for many years.  The tract offers any number of options for the new owner.  You could reclaim some of the acreage back into productive pastureland, convert naturally regenerating mixed timber stands into manicured pine plantations, and develop an outstanding hunting tract.  In addition, you can build a convenient but secluded weekend getaway or a nice country home.  Priced at $1,600 per acre, this is a great buy!


The topography of the tract includes level ground that is high and dry (suitable to build), gently sloping down into the creek bottom, and some wetlands.  Double Bridges Creek meanders through the bottoms of this property for over 2000 feet.  Whitetail deer, turkey, and wild hogs can be found in the bottomlands of Double Bridges Creek.  It is also one of the few creeks around Coffee County that offers good fishing and the opportunity to shoot some wood ducks.  With plenty of water, food, and some thick cover to bed in, this is the perfect habitat for wildlife.


In addition to having great potential as a hunting tract, it would serve well as a homestead or hunting camp location.  There are plenty of good build sites, over 300’ of dirt road frontage, and utilities are available on CR 626.  You could build close to the road for convenience, or further back for more privacy.  The naturally regenerating timber is at the stage where it provides that genuine “in the woods” feel. 


If you have been looking for an affordable hunting and recreation tract with investment potential, literally within a few minutes of Enterprise, you really need to see Double Bridges Creek tract.

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Dalton Dalrymple Land Real Estate Agent

Dalton Dalrymple

Alabama, Georgia

Dalton lives in Enterprise, Alabama and owns land in Coffee County where his family farms and raises cattle. Dalton graduated from Huntingdon College in 2016 and was a four-year member of the baseball team. Growing up on a farm instilled a deep pa...