Pleasant Plains Farm is a beautiful property located in north central Houston County. This tract is surrounded by farms, woods, and good neighbors. The property features a high-end red-iron metal barn constructed in 2021 and includes a full bath. There is 2,400 square feet under roof with 3 roll up doors for complete access to all quarters of the building. Currently, a portion of the barn serves as kenneling for an elite black lab training and breeding operation. Conversion to a finished “barndominium” would be a relatively simple process with the main structure, water, and power already in place.
The property also features a newly constructed 1.5-Acre pond and a high flow water well that produces 100 gallons per minute. This tract is flat and well drained. Approximately 50 acres of TifQuik Bahia grass hay has been established and can provide a nice annual income from hay sales. There are approximately 8 acres of woodlands on the property that provide habitat for a variety of wildlife including deer and turkey. For a prospective owner that enjoys hunting, this property will provide ample hunting opportunities right in the back yard.
With some fencing, the property could be set up as a small cattle operation or a horse property. The property is accessed via deeded easement off a paved county road. Located 10 minutes from Dothan, an owner can experience country living with convenient access to shopping, medical care, and dining. The Chattahoochee River and its recreational opportunities are only 10 minutes to the east. This tract offers peaceful, private living accompanied by beautiful scenery and incredible sunsets. Schedule your appointment to see this awesome property soon. In this market, it won't last long. To arrange a showing, contact Bill Gray with Tutt Land Company.
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Directions to Farm
From the Ross Clark Circle in Dothan, take Alabama Highway 52 East, 8.7 miles; turn left on County Road 55 and travel north 2 miles to the intersection of CR 55 and Bill Yance Road; turn left on Bill Yance Road and travel west 4 tenths of a mile. Turn left at the mailbox (3536 Bill Yance Road) and follow drive into property.