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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Kinston Alabama

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$185,000 84 acres
County Road 464, Kinston, AL 36467 - Coffee County

Cripple Creek Ranch

Cripple Creek Ranch has it all hayfields, woods, and two nice creeks! Previously the site of one of south Alabamas original rodeo venues, CC Ranch would be a great location to build a house, do some farming, raise some animals, hunt & fish, or all the above. Located in west Coffee County near the small town of Kinston, it has power, county road frontage, and everything necessary to create a very special place in the country. CC Ranch features 30 acres of hayfield, several acres that are cleared and fenced (used for the rodeo grounds many years ago), and a food plot on the west side. The balance of the acreage is in woods of varying types and ages and the creek bottoms. Cripple Creek is a large creek that provides year-round water
Joe Blackburn Tutt Land Company
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$180,000 80 acres
County Road 464, Kinston, AL 36467 - 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 lives
Joe Blackburn Tutt Land Company
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$130,000 80 acres
Free Lane, Kinston, AL 36453 - Coffee County

Free Tract

DESCRIPTION: Mature hardwood and pine timber landscapes the Free Tract in Coffee County, Alabama. It has been over 30 years since the timber on this tract was cut and today the land is easily traversed on foot or by vehicle. There is a gentle roll to the land and Cripple Creek cuts through the middle of the property. Deer and Turkey are abundant with many acorn producing trees and plenty of browse on the forest floor. Accessed by Free Lane this property is very private but has power and water already established on the property.
Brad Butler Butler Land and Timber Co.