30 Ac - Conecuh County - Castleberry Farm
30 acres in Conecuh County, AlabamaListing Status: Sold
Nestled in the south Alabama countryside, Castleberry Farm is a special offering ready for new owners to make it their own. Located west of the small town of Castleberry, it features over 18 acres of improved hay fields, a barn with concrete foundation, mature pecan grove, a pond, small creek, some woods, and any number of great options to build your home. You could build under the shade of the pecan trees in the front, on the highest ground for great views in the middle, or in the back for maximum privacy. If you have been searching for a place to raise some livestock, do some farming, and enjoy good country living - this place is it!
The pasture has been used for producing high-quality hay for many years. Most of it is already fenced, and with a little effort it could be ready for your animals in short order. In addition, you could easily convert some of the land to farmland to grow your own crops or plant it any variety of trees. The terrain is level to gently rolling, and the soil is Sandy Loam, both very typical for this area. The spring-fed pond is next to the road and maintained its water level even during the severe drought of 2019. The creek is in the wooded area in the back of the farm and looks suitable for building another pond. The woods provide shade and cover so you would expect to see plenty of deer, turkey and other wildlife as well. There are nine large pecan trees surrounding the barn which could be an ideal location to build a home.
With paved road frontage and power immediately available, this is a perfect candidate for a hobby farm with all the features to make it your special place. If you are looking for a nice home site with plenty of land to farm and play, come take a look at Castleberry Farm!
For more information or to schedule a showing contact:
Joe Blackburn, ALC
Tutt Land Company
Directions: From Castleberry, take County Road 6 west for 5.5 miles, property in on your right. Or, from I-65 (Exit 83) south of Evergreen, take County Road 6 east for two miles, property is on your left.