20 Ac - Covington Co - County Road 40 Farm

$ 59,950

Covington County, Alabama

Listing Status: Sold

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Beautiful and secluded home site in Covington County just minutes from Opp, AL.  This 20-acre tract offers the ideal mix of open land, woods, and a nice creek! Approximately six acres are in planted grass and ready to turn cattle on with a little fence work.  The remainder of the tract is in primarily creek-bottom hardwoods, and a few acres that had been clear cut a few years back. This tract provides many options to build your home or have a nice retreat in the country.  The property has an easement ensuring access from County Road 40. Power is available on the property.

The terrain is generally level in the east and slopes down to the creek in the west.  There are approximately six acres of open, grassy fields on the east. Past the fields are a few acres of recently clear-cut land and then it transitions down to the creek bottom.  Cripple Creek is a flowing, all-weather creek that will provide a constant supply of water and great habitat for the wildlife. The creek bottom hardwoods feature some large oaks, poplar, and magnolia trees.  With only one neighbor to the south, this tract is situated between pasture, farm land and timber tracts providing excellent habitat for the deer and turkey.


Priced at less than $3,000 per acre, you need to see this land!


For more information or to schedule a showing, contact


Dalton Dalrymple

(334) 447-5600


Joe Blackburn

(334) 464-1828


County Road 40

Opp, AL  36467


Directions:  From Hwy 331 in Opp, take County Road 22 for 0.6 miles then turn right on County Road 40.  After 1.1 miles, continue straight on dirt road easement for one-quarter mile and property is on your right.

Dalton Dalrymple Land Real Estate Agent

Dalton Dalrymple

Sales Agent

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...