13.1 Ac - Center Ridge Homesite - Coffee Co

$ 137,500

13 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Active

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Tutt Land Company is proud to present the Center Ridge homesite. This 13.1 acre tract of land is located in south Coffee County in a desirable area surrounded by agriculture and timberlands. This parcel, composed of two lots out of the Thornton Place subdivision plat, is high, dry, and offers a great homesite with open acreage to establish a homestead. 

    If you have been looking for a large homesite in a rural area of Coffee County this is an ideal piece of property. The topography of this tract is high in elevation for the area and would make an excellent place to build your dream home, barn, and develop a small but productive family farm. 

     Historically this tract has been used for row crop production and winter grazing for cattle. The soil is sandy loam and is conducive to growing many crops or timber. Aside from building a home & barn, this acreage could be managed to attract wildlife, grow timber, crops, grass, or whatever a new owner may entertain that abides by the restrictive covenants. Whitetail deer, wild turkeys, and dove are very present in the area, and could certainly be hunted on this property if managed properly. 

      This parcel has 463’ of road frontage on county road 651, Coffee County Water is available at the road, Wiregrass Electric Cooperative is the electrical provider. See list of restrictive covenants below. 


  1. All residential structures must be a minimum of 1700 square feet heated/ cooled. 
  2. No lot can be subdivided.
  3.  No commercial chicken houses,swine, scrap yards, salvage vehicles, salvage yards, or junkyards are permitted.
  4.  No commercial buildings shall be erected on the property.

      For more information or to schedule an appointment to see this property contact Dalton Dalrymple at 334-447-5600. 


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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...