25 Ac- Coffee County, AL-County Rd 437 Tract

$ 349,000

25 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Active

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Welcome to County Rd 437 Tract located in Kinston, AL. This Coffee County gem sits on 25 (+/-) acres and features a 2,796 sq ft farmhouse, five equipment barns, and six broiler houses which are no longer in production. This property offers a little bit of everything. County Rd 437 tract is the perfect country homestead.


From the property, you are approximately 7 miles to Kinston Schools, 8 miles to Opp, 10 miles to Elba, 23 miles to Enterprise, and 25 miles to Andalusia. County Rd 437 tract is zoned for Kinston Schools. This property is in a fantastic location with nice amenities to accommodate a family.


The Home: 


The farmhouse is 2,796 square feet, was built in 1994, has 3 bedrooms, and 2.5 bathrooms. This home is in good condition and fits right into the surroundings of the farm. It features a spacious living room with a fireplace, large master suite, office, dining room, and kitchen.  The front porch offers nice views of the farm and rural landscape, while the back porch serves as a patio next to the saltwater pool. The home also features a two-car garage with a tool room/freezer room in the back and another full bath. This home is a very nice addition to the farm and is a perfect place to raise a family! 


The Barns: 


The largest barn is a semi-enclosed 40x60 pole barn with two 20’ lean-tos and a storage room. This would serve well as the main barn for large equipment, maintenance, and could be used for horse tack, horse stalls, or other equine or livestock uses. 


The barn closest to the pool is an older semi-enclosed barn with a lean-to facing the pool. The lean-to has a concrete porch, and has been renovated as a covered poolside TV, cooking, and hangout area. 


The semi-enclosed barn closest to the paved road has a higher eave height and is perfect for storing equipment, tools, and other larger items used on the farm. 


The storm shelter behind the home is constructed out of blocks filled with concrete and likely reinforced with iron rebar. The majority of the storm shelter sits below ground level and is the ideal tornado shelter for a family. The shelter is covered by a pole barn structure to keep the sun and rain off of the shelter. 


The last two barns are 40’x40’ litter barns located next to the broiler houses. 


The Pasture:


Approximately 9 acres of the farm is currently fenced pasture land that could easily be returned to quality grazing for equine or livestock. Most of the pasture acreage is terraced and drains well. The property also features a riding and roping arena that shows its age, but could easily be functional again. 


The Broiler Houses:


The poultry houses have not been in production since the summer of 2022. Two houses were constructed in 2001 while the original four were built in 1997. The 40x500 houses boast 120,000 sq ft with unlimited opportunities of use. We do have contacts for removal as well as estimates of material value.

Tutt Land Company is excited to bring to the market this exceptional farm package, for more information or to schedule a showing contact Dalton Adkison at 334-372-1255. 


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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 ...