79+/- Acres - Coffee County - Hurricane Creek Tract

$ 193,550

79 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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New on the market, a great 79-acre hunting and homestead tract in the desirable Victoria/Jack area of Coffee County. This tract offers incredible peace and quiet only 20 minutes from the conveniences of Enterprise and Troy. Water and power are in place along the 250 feet of county road 228 road frontage. There is a road-front homesite already established on the tract but there are many other locations well off the road for an owner desiring more privacy.

This tract is primarily wooded with 16 acres of less than 10-year-old longleaf pine, a beautiful mature 6-acre hardwood stand full of white oak, and 56 acres of mixed hardwood/pine. This tract also has 700 feet of Hurricane Creek transecting the northwest portion of the property.

Deer and turkey are abundant in this area and on this tract. The southern half of the tract slopes toward Hurricane Creek with several ridges and hollows that are excellent deer and turkey setups. The northern 40 slopes gradually to the creek and there is considerable creek flat through this portion.  There is one food plot established on the property, but your dozer man can remedy that in short order. If you don’t have one, we have a solid roster that can fix you up.

This is a nice property in a nice area. Come take a look before it’s gone. Shown by appointment only. To schedule a showing contact Tutt Land Company agents Bill Gray at 334-714-0009 or Dalton Dalrymple at 334-447-5600.


Driving Directions:

From Enterprise take AL Hwy 167 North 15 miles to the intersection of Hwy 167 and Hwy 125. Turn left of AL Hwy 125 and travel 1.4 miles to the Victoria Community. Turn left on County Road 233 and travel one-half mile; bear right on County Road 228 and travel 2.5 miles. Property will be on the right, indicated by signage.

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Bill Gray Land Real Estate Agent

Bill Gray

Alabama, Georgia, Florida

Bill is a native of Houston County Alabama and resides in Ashford with his family. He received his B.S. in Wildlife Science from Auburn University in 1990. In May of 2020 he retired from a nearly 30-year career as a wildlife biologist with the Ala...