80 Ac – Coffee County – Kilcrease Farm North
If you are searching for some nice farmland in south Alabama, you need to see these 80 acres! Kilcrease Farm features a great mix of hayfields, woods, and a nice creek in West Coffee County near the small town of Kinston. With county road 464 frontage and power available, it would be an ideal home site if your plans include building in the country and having your own farm. With 36 acres of improved hayfield, the new owners will have a wide range of options for this farm; continue to grow hay, raise animals, convert to crop land, plant some trees, lease it out for supplemental income, or any combination of the above. The Bahia grass is well established and has been producing good hay for many years. Previously used for raising livestock, there is some fencing already in place if you want to put cows on the farm. The balance of the farm is in a mix of hardwoods and pines with a nice creek running through the tract. Most of the timber was harvested in the past few years but there is a good stand of natural regeneration growing and plenty of mature trees in the creek bottom. A great feature of this tract is a clear, cool water spring tucked away in the woods. There are plenty of deer in the area and some nice bucks have been harvested in recent years. The all-weather creek provides plenty of water for the wildlife and the bottom land hardwoods are great for food and cover. On the west side of the creek is a three-acre food plot ready for planting. Think of the large food plots and dove fields you could have! The creek could also provide some great options for constructing a large pond. Located in the heart of south Alabama farm land, this tract has all the ingredients to be a very special place. There are 84 acres adjoining to the south that are also for sale. The entire tract of 164 acres is listed at $360,000. Very competitively priced at $2,250 per acre – come take a look!