97 Ac - Houston County - Coot Adams Tract

$ 289,000

97 acres in Houston County, Alabama

Listing Status: Sold

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New on the market, 97 beautiful acres of high-yielding farmland and woodlands located 4 ½ miles south of Ashford. There are 38 acres of good farmland currently in cultivation and an additional 3-acre hayfield. The remaining acreage consists of natural woodlands that include several species of oak and mixed pine. Wildlife is abundant on the property to include deer and wild turkey.

Access is along 860 feet of paved road frontage on Coot Adams Road; there are numerous high and dry home site possibilities. One can build near the road or opt for more privacy by building far in the back of the property. Power, phone, and internet is available along Coot Adams Road. This tract would make an ideal homestead, weekend hunting retreat, or investment property. Crop land rental is a readily available income stream. Of course, this tract is a blank canvas in many respects and could easily be transitioned into a horse farm, cattle operation, fruit tree production or pine timber production. The possibilities are only limited by imagination.

Tracts like this do not hit the local market every day and those that do are selling quickly. If you have been thinking about investing in land, there is no better time than now, and this tract is one you really need to see. To schedule a showing, contact Bill Gray at 334-714-0009 or billgray@tuttland.com; or Joe Blackburn at 334-464-1828 or joe@tuttland.com

Note: The cropland on the tract is currently under a farming lease through the remainder of the year.

 

Driving directions:

From the Ross Clark Circle in Dothan, travel 7.9 miles east on US Hwy 84; turn right onto Houston County Road 55 and travel south 4.5 miles; take a hard left onto Coot Adams Road – property begins approximately one tenth of a mile on the right. Signage will be posted.


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Bill Gray Land Real Estate Agent

Bill Gray

Sales Agent

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...