132 Ac - Covington County - Hattaway Road Farm
132 acres in Covington County, AlabamaListing Status: Sold
Farm, timber, fishing, excellent hunting and good country living – all in this exceptional tract! Secluded but completely accessible, Hattaway Road Farm is an excellent property to build your forever home in the country, set up a nice camp for your “down” time, or try your hand at some south Alabama farming. Located about four miles south of the town of Opp in Covington County, AL, this 132-acre tract features an ideal mix of active farmland, mature hardwoods, merchantable pines, a pond, a large pole barn, flowing creek, and some of the best deer and turkey hunting in the area!
They layout and balanced diversity of this Farm make it a very special property. There is a nice, three-acre pond between the two large fields with a large pole barn (60’ x 48’) next to the pond. Dry Creek (not sure how it got that name) is a flowing creek full of cool water that is probably large enough to hold some native fish. With over 30 acres of row crop land under cultivation, you can grow plenty of supplemental food to attract and hold the wildlife (corn was grown in 2018) or convert some of the farm land to pasture if you want to raise some livestock. Or, you can lease the farm land to a local farmer for some supplemental income. The five-acre field in the west could also make a superb dove field. There are over 30 acres of merchantable pine plantation that will also provide additional income in the future. The pines have been thinned and could be harvested at any time.
You have paved road frontage in the north and dirt road frontage in the south with gates on both roads. Simply stated, you have some of everything. It has an abundance of mast-producing hardwoods, planted pines, scattered brush for cover and browse, and plenty of clear, cool water with a nice flowing creek. This place is loaded with deer, turkey, and small game and there are plenty of great spots for ladders stands and shooting houses.
The Farm has over 1300 feet of paved road frontage on Hattaway Road, and 460 feet on a dirt road. Dry Creek flows west to east providing plenty of water and creating some outstanding habitat for the wildlife. There is power on Hattaway Road, but it does not run down the dirt road. The pole barn provides plenty of dry storage for your equipment, camper, hunting gear and much more.
Hattaway Road Farm is all the above and more. Surrounded by farms and large tracts of timberland, and rich with native Alabama wildlife and habitat, this tract has the potential to produce memories for generations.
Showing by appointment only. The property is subject to a Right of Redemption period which expires in December 2019.