Tindle Creek - 415 Ac - Coffee Co

$ 1,250,000

415 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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Legacies are born with a vision, those visions are brought to life with hard work and attention to detail. Tindle Creek exemplifies how years of hard work, proper land management, and attention to detail all come together to create a premier tract of southern ground ready for new owners to create a legacy of their own.

When you pull through the gate at Tindle creek it is immediately evident that this is a premier, intensely-managed property. The excellent internal access begins at the cabin and meanders through the pine plantations, upland hardwoods, and creek bottoms for miles; every creek crossing has rock, water bars are in place, and established fire breaks are in place across the entirety of the tract. The pine plantations on Tindle Creek have been intensely managed for wildlife habitat and timber production. For the last decade the pine plantations have been burned on a two to three year return interval, and when the conditions were appropriate the fire was allowed to back through the upland hardwoods helping create an open understory and prime wildlife habitat for deer and turkey.

 On the north end of the property there is a 950 square foot cabin overlooking the one-acre stocked pond. The cabin is a perfect hunting camp, nothing fancy or overdone, but has everything you need for a weekend at camp; bunk rooms, living room, bed room, small kitchen and pantry, a full bathroom, high speed internet, 60” TV for college football, and a nice front porch facing the pond. If you are looking for a large tract of hunting land to construct a big lodge or cabin on, a gorgeous homesite and one of the highest points in Coffee County is located on this tract. The current landowner discovered the site after a timber harvest and decided not to replant this area so a future owner could build a home on this site. The view is incredible; nearing 500’ of elevation the homesite gives you a sunrise view of the entire property, and the view continues on for miles. You have to see it in person to appreciate it. 

The loblolly pine plantations are made up of several different age classes, the youngest plantations are approaching their third growing season, with some of the most mature stands exceeding thirty-five years of age. There is significant merchantable pine and hardwood timber value across this tract and If properly managed, the timber could create revenue for a new owner for many years to come. 

The upland hardwood stands on this property are a thing of sheer beauty. There are very few tracts left today in south Alabama that offer the nostalgic feeling of being able to walk through an upland stand of white oaks far enough to lose your sense of direction. These are the kind of woods you can see that old tom strutting on a ridge 200 yards away from you when he pitches down from the roost. There is an incredible amount of mature, mast producing white oaks on this property!

Tindle Creek offers excellent whitetail and turkey hunting. There are eight established food plot locations that are strategically placed across the property. Most of these plots have well built, comfortable shooting houses on them. The property has been managed and hunted with great success for both deer and turkey.  

Water is not in short supply on this property, Tindle Creek courses through the center of the property for over 6,000’, there are nine other seasonal tributaries that all feed into Tindle Creek to supply year round water for wildlife. On the north end of the property by the cabin there is a stocked pond, just shy of an acre in size. For a new owner desiring multiple ponds or a larger pond, there are several potential sites on the tributaries feeding tindle creek that would be ideal for pond construction. 


This tract of land is situated in the Victoria community in north Coffee County, it fronts Highway 167, Highway 125, County Road 216, and County Road 222 with a cumulative 12,190’ of road frontage. Approximately 14 miles north of Enterprise, 18 miles south of Troy, 11 miles Northeast of Elba, and 99 miles to Panama City Beach, this property is located within a twenty minute drive of stores, restaurants, hospitals and most other conveniences one would need. The surrounding area is predominantly timberland with a few tracts of farmland nearby. 

This is a premier offering that checks all of the boxes. If you are in the market for a large acreage, intensely managed hunting and timber property you need to come look at this property. 

Shown by appointment only to pre-qualified buyers. If you would like to schedule an appointment to view this property call 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...