57 Ac - Coffee Co - Sweet Hill 57

$ 182,400

57 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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The Sweet Hill 57 is a gorgeous farm located in north Coffee County. This farm features land in cultivation, a seasonal creek, natural timber, over 600’ of county road frontage, access to power, and a gently rolling topography that offers scenic south Alabama views.

The Sweet Hill 57 offers 31 acres of open land in cultivation. The soil is dominantly sandy loam, with some areas of red clay, and areas of sand. This acreage currently is currently leased for row cropping, but could easily be converted into permanent pasture, or utilized as seasonal grazing for cattle. The fields are abstract in shape and offer the new owners many different options and locations to build a home and barn, utilize some of the open acreage for wildlife plantings, or plant some of the acreage that is in cultivation into productive stands of timber. The open acreage on this property is a blank canvas.

The wooded portion of this tract is natural timber that is approximately 20 years old. There is a good mixture of hardwoods and pine growing on the property, providing excellent hunting opportunities in one of the best areas in the county. Whitetails and wild turkeys can be found in numbers in this area. There is a seasonal creek on the west side of the tract that provides water for wildlife and a potential area to build a pond.

This property checks a lot of boxes, it can serve new owners in a multitude of ways. This tract has everything one needs to establish a home place/weekend getaway, hunt, ride trails, enjoy the great outdoors, raise livestock, and plenty of open ground to plant things and watch them grow.  

For more information or to schedule a showing on this beautiful south Alabama farm, contact Dalton Dalrymple at 334-447-5600.

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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...