14.5 Ac - Coffee Co - The Bailey Homestead

$ 289,500

15 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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Tutt Land Company is proud to present a very special place for sale. The Bailey Homestead features 14.5 acres featuring pine plantations, a two-bedroom farmhouse built in the early 1930’s with original heart pine walls and ceilings, an enclosed 40’x60’ barn with a heated and cooled entertaining area, and a recently renovated mobile home that was originally built in 1982. The Bailey Homestead has loads of desirable features and could accommodate the needs of many different buyers in today's market. This property is located on county road 364 almost directly in between Elba and Brantley.

The 1400 square foot farmhouse on the property, known by the current owners as the “Granny house”, is a rare southern gem that has stood the test of time. The original heart pine walls and ceilings are still in place and in remarkable condition, most of the hardware on the doors is original, and the feeling you get from the time you walk through the door can be summarized by one word – nostalgia. The house features a master bedroom with private bathroom, utility room, living room, dining room, guest bedroom, kitchen, and breakfast area. While this house is old, it Is in great condition and could be utilized as a primary residence, or weekend getaway. The home has propane gas, central heat and air (2006), and is serviced by county water. The outside of the house has seen a few updates, the siding was redone with white vinyl siding and a back porch was added on. The back deck is massive (approximately 400 sq ft) and is handicap accessible and in excellent condition. The “Granny house” is a rare find and those who have a soft spot for things of the past will find this retreat very special.

The barn is set up for entertaining! The main structure is an enclosed 40’x60’ barn with a 20’x20’ bay on the east end all with a concrete floor. The barn is set up and ready for RV’s, with plenty of room for two of them as well as a nice area left over to cook and hang out. There is a 30-amp & 50-amp electrical hookup in place for the RVs as well as a septic system. If RVs aren’t of interest the barn could be easily utilized to store equipment, boats, and ATV/UTVs. The barn also features an 800 square foot (+/-) hangout on the west end that is heated and cooled. This enclosure was set up for entertaining and being the permanent kitchen, lounging area, and bathroom for guests with RVs. The enclosure features a full kitchen, dining / living area, full bathroom, and a utility room. This portion of the barn could easily be converted into a studio apartment, a man cave, bunk room, or could continue to serve the same purpose as it has for the last several years. This is a perfect setup for out-of-town hunters!

The last improvement on the homestead is a 1982 mobile home that has recently had several nice renovations. The mobile home features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, kitchen, and laundry/utility room. The home has brand new flooring and the interior walls have been repainted. The mobile home is currently leased for $575 per month, and the current tenant would like the opportunity to continue leasing the home if a new owner would be open to the idea.

The 14.5 acres is mostly planted pines, with about two acres of open land associated with the improvements. 7 acres of the tract is 18-year-old planted loblolly pine that was thinned in 2020, 1.5 acres of 10-year-old planted longleaf pine, with the balance of the acreage being pecan and hardwoods. This acreage has ideal habitat for whitetail deer and eastern wild turkeys and if managed properly could be a very nice small hunting property. There is an open spot on the east end of the property that could be planted as a food plot.

This property has so many features it is hard to name them all in detail. This property could be perfect for many different scenarios, it is income producing, has multiple dwellings all fit for use, and has a barn that could be used for entertaining or storage. There is an endless number of uses one could find for this property, but to really appreciate it, you need to come see it for yourself. If you would like more information or would like to schedule a showing on this beautiful Coffee County property call Dalton Dalrymple at 334-447-5600.


*Shown by appointment only, additional acreage is available.

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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...