60 Ac- Coffee County, AL- Longbeard Branch Tract

$ 341,000

60 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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Located at the end of County Rd 549, Longbeard Branch Tract is a Coffee County hidden gem! Secluded in the heart of New Brockton, this 60 Ac property will make a great homestead with immediate recreational potential. The opportunities of use are endless with Lonbeard Branch Tract. You can fence in some acreage to graze cattle, grow crops, plant high-quality Bahia grass for hay production, or grow timber! This tract sits in a nice rural area of Alabama surrounded by agriculture and good neighbors.

Acerage breakdown:


16 Acres of improved farmland

44 Acres of mixed hardwoods and pines

Longbeard Branch sits at the end of a dead-end road, county rd 549. The road is maintained all the way to the entrance of the property. From the property you are approximately 4 miles from downtown New Brockton, and 4 miles to downtown Enterprise. Convenient to both Enterprise and New Brockton. Very few tracts are left in this area that have not been developed or subdivided into mini-farms, don’t miss your chance to purchase acreage in a desirable area. The property is  


Longbeard Branch Tract got its name from being an above-average turkey hunting tract. Many factors create good turkey habitat: open fields, hardwoods, water, and roosting areas. Longbeard Branch Tract has them all! Although Longbeard branch tract does not have a named creek, it does have a year-round steady spring that runs for more than 1000 ft through the property. The year-round spring and topography support the construction of a large pond. 


This property is loaded with wildlife, not just turkeys! The hardwood bottoms/regenerated pines create fantastic bedding area and travel corridors for whitetail deer. Large deer are harvested every year in this area of Coffee County. There are several good locations within the 42 acres of hardwoods to establish multiple food plots and implement a year-round food source to keep the wildlife healthy and abundant.


There are several great locations for a homesite on the property. The level to gently rolling topography would require minimal dirt work to construct a house pad. With water and power available at the property, Longbeard Branch Tract is ready for your dream home! 


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

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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 ...