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Coffee County

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DISCOVER COFFEE COUNTY REAL ESTATE

Of all the places to live in southeastern Alabama, few shine as bright as Coffee County communities. Within driving distance of large metro areas, yet possessing that rural charm residents love, Coffee County is the kind of place that most people only dream of. Residents of Coffee County will be the first to boast about how wonderful the cities and towns in Coffee County really are.

Coffee County real estate runs the spectrum of housing, from quiet suburban streets to expansive horse properties. Home buyers will be charmed by the many options available to purchase, and the homes for sale in Coffee County will definitely satisfy them. All in all, Coffee County real estate is a fine investment for anyone looking for something delightfully different.

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MORE ABOUT COFFEE COUNTY

With a population of approximately 52,000 residents, Coffee County is a fine place to live, work and play. With larger cities nearby, Coffee County is emerging as a fine bedroom community for those who need to commute, but want to embrace rural living. With plenty of cities and towns to choose from, it’s no wonder that Coffee County is turning heads when it comes to residential and commercial development.

Coffee County is bordered by Pike County in the north, Dale County in the east, Geneva County in the south and Covington County in the west. The major roads that connect the communities within Coffee County and the surrounding areas include Highway 84, Highway 231, Route 27, Route 87, and Route 167, among others. A portion of Fort Rucker is located in Coffee County, bringing a military presence that greatly influences the economy and the residents.

The county seat of Coffee County is Elba, with a population of approximately 5,000 residents. The largest city is Enterprise, with around 30,000 residents. Other towns and communities in Coffee County include Kinston, New Brockton, Brooklyn, Clintonville, Damascus, Java, Goodman, Richburg, Victoria and Danleys Crossroad. Each community has its own unique history and celebrates many different events, festivals and accomplishments in fun ways. Residents of Coffee County are going to enjoy becoming part of their individual communities.

When it comes to things to see and do in Coffee County, residents will have a hard time choosing what to enjoy first. Outdoor recreation enthusiasts will definitely enjoy hiking, biking, tennis, sports leagues, swimming, fishing and more. Golfers can play at the Tartan Pines Golf Club or the Enterprise Country Club. Boating, canoeing and kayaking on the Pea River and Coffee County Lake are also popular. With beautiful parks in many of the cities and towns in Coffee County, residents can recreate, relax or get fit whenever they want.

Other attractions in Coffee County include the Boll Weevil Monument in Enterprise, a Sessions Peanuts factory tour, Enterprise Performing Arts Center and Historic Downtown Square in Elba. Festivals and celebrations within the county include the Boll Weevil Festival, and the Piney Woods Arts Festival. No matter what age, there’s always something going on in Coffee County.

Home buyers with their hopes and dreams set on buying Coffee County real estate are in luck. There a good reason why the homes for sale in Coffee County don’t last long on the market—because they are just what home buyers are looking for.