96 Ac - Houston County - Cottonwood Farm Tract

$ 279,300

98 acres in Houston County, Alabama

Listing Status: Sold

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Offered for sale is a prime piece of agricultural land situated east of Cottonwood, Al. This tract is 98 +/- acres in size and offers the future owner several options to generate revenue off of the property. This farm is conveniently located approximately 20 miles from Dothan, Alabama, and approximately 75 miles from Panama City Beach, Florida.

This farm consists of land being utilized for row crop production and winter grazing for cattle, permanent pasture for cattle, hay field, four stocked ponds, and a patch of hardwoods. All of the row crop land, hay field, and pasture are fenced in and is turn-key for raising livestock. In addition to the fenced in pasture there is a 73’x 45’ pole barn used for equipment/hay storage right next to the catch pen/ head chute for working cattle. There is no shortage of water on the farm for cattle as there are four ponds as well as a 2” well that ensures year-round water. There is also a 6” pump for irrigating crops that is currently disconnected that could be hooked up and put to use if you wanted to invest in a center pivot system.

Other than agriculture, this tract provides several awesome home sites for the person looking to establish a homestead and raise a family in wide open spaces. The topography on this property is very flat and will accommodate several build sites.

If you have been looking for a farm in close proximity to Dothan you really need to come take a look at Cottonwood Farm. This is truly a turnkey cattle and row crop tract in an excellent location. Nice open land like this typically does last long on the market, so if you are interested in seeing this tract and would like to schedule an appointment call Dalton Dalrymple at 334-447-5600.


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Dalton Dalrymple

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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...