The Midland Farm is a breathtakingly beautiful tract of land located three miles north of Midland City, which lies directly in between Dothan and Ozark. The list of things that this property offers is seemingly endless. From an aesthetic point of view it is hard to find land like this anywhere, there is approximately half of the acreage in old pasture with enormous oaks sporadically decorating the hillsides, with the remainder of the tract being hardwoods with a crystal- clear, sand and stone bottomed creek flowing from north to south for right at a quarter of a mile.
This land offers several stunning home sites, most of which would allow you to build a house on top of a hill and tuck it back in between 100 plus year old oaks. Aside from being a homestead, you could easily utilize this tract to raise cattle, or with a little lime and fertilize it could be used to cut hay off of. There is a fence around the tract’s boundary along with some older electric fencing that skirts the wood line and the pasture, however it would need a little work to be ready for livestock. Walking through the woods it was evident that this tract is LOADED with deer and turkey. In almost every direction you look you can find a scrape or a rub.
This is the kind of property that you could homestead, raise a family, raise some cattle or grow a crop, and also have the ability to walk off the back porch and be on a fine piece of hunting property without ever having to crank your truck.
The tract has a combined 1,680 feet +/- of road frontage on CR 531 & CR 532, as well as power and county water running down CR 531. With it’s close proximity to Dothan (12 miles) this property is in a sweet, sweet spot. Properties like this are in very high demand, if you are interested in scheduling an appointment to see this property or if you have any questions call Dalton Dalrymple at 334-447-5600.