4.95 Ac - Coffee Co - County Road 533 Homesite

$ 45,000

5 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Active

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Tutt Land Company is proud to present a very nice rural homesites on County Road 533 only minutes from downtown New Brockton. This parcel has excellent topography, beautiful views, and plenty of space to build your homestead. This 4.95 acre parcel has 1,335’ of frontage on county road 533, and the seller has already secured a right of way for Covington electric to run power. This property is located only 2 miles due south of New Brockton School but are all located ½ mile south of the city limits of New Brockton.

New Brockton is a rapidly growing rural community and a great place to raise a family! This home site is a short drive into town, and situated in a rural area with lots of surrounding farm and timberland. Health care, schools, and shopping are all within a short drive of these properties. Enterprise is 4 miles to the east, and Elba is 9 miles to the west.

The sale of this homesite is subject to restrictive covenants:


  • Restricted to one single family detached house / barndominium with a minimum square footage of 1900 sq. ft.
  • No trailers or modular homes are allowed on any lot.
  • Not to be used for any commercial/business purpose.
  • No commercial poultry houses.


(For the full list of restrictions please view the attached copy of the covenants in the listing documents.)



For more information or to schedule a showing call Dalton Adkison (334) 372-1255 or 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...

Dalton Adkison Land Real Estate Agent

Dalton Adkison


Dalton lives in New Brockton, AL where he was raised working on his family’s poultry farm while spending any free time playing sports or in the woods hunting deer, turkey, and ducks.  He learned the poultry business by working every job in the ...