61 ac - Houston County - Meadows Creek Tract

$ 269,500

61 acres in Houston County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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This is a great property located just northeast of Ashford. Surrounded by agricultural and pasture lands, the Meadows Creek tract has everything you could want in a property of this size. Thirty acres of nice hardwoods including white, water and swamp chestnut oak provide good habitat for wildlife along a perennial creek with cool, clear water. There are 19 acres of loblolly pine approximately 17 years old that have been lightly thinned once. Another 9 acres of longleaf pine were planted in the winter of 2020.  Long, linear openings provide great areas to plant food plots for deer and turkey that are abundant in the area.

This tract also comes with an older house that is approximately 2,600 square feet and has great character and an interesting history. If you are looking for peaceful country living yet not too far from the amenities of Dothan, the Meadows Creek tract may be just what you’ve been looking for. Power is already provided at the homesite and a well provides water on the property. With just under half a mile of paved road frontage along Bruner Pond road, this tract is ready made for a weekend retreat or permanent residence. There’s no shortage of great homesites on this tract if new construction is desired. An additional 18 acres being offered in 3 parcels restricted to site built homes is available and can be included as an entire 79-acre tract.

Directions from Ashford: travel US Hwy 84 east to Pleasant Grove road; left on Pleasant Grove road and travel 1.9 miles to Bruner Pond road – right on Bruner Pond and travel 1 mile.  Property located north of Bruner Pond road until approximately 600 feet before intersecting Eudon Best road. 

To arrange a showing, contact:

Bill Gray

Land Sales Specialist

Tutt Land Company



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...