Auburn Oaks Farm

What a unique opportunity to own such a rare property as Auburn Oaks. Once owned by the legendary football coach of Auburn University, Pat Dye, this retreat is truly spectacular. You can even see coach’s mark throughout, with seedlings from the famous Toomer Oaks trees planted around the property. Auburn tradition runs deep with these live oaks. 

Auburn Oaks is a private gated 600-acre farm located just 15 minutes from Auburn University and 5 minutes from I 85. 

The property features a 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom primary house. The home was built between 1920 and 1930 as part of the Pepperell Manufacturing Company’s residential development in Opelika, Alabama. Pepperell Mill was one of the last cotton mills built in Alabama in the early 1920s. The home was later moved to its current location overlooking a beautiful 10-acre stocked lake in the 1980s. The historic home is beautifully crafted, featuring elegant crown molding, hardwood floors, and original finishes throughout. 


In addition to the primary home is a 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom guest house overlooking a 3 acre stocked pond. The home features a large open living room with a fireplace and full views of the pond. The guest house can sleep up to 12 guests, which is perfect for special occasions. 

Auburn Oaks Farm is like no other place around Auburn, Alabama. In addition to the 2 beautiful homes is an event venue that can accommodate up to 300 guests, allowing for weddings, special events, and private gatherings. The venue offers a full kitchen, spacious bathrooms, a beautiful fireplace, covered outdoor patios, and a complete fire compression system throughout. Next to the event venue is a pro shop with offices, bathrooms, a covered outdoor patio, and an open display area.

Auburn Oaks offers a world-class sporting clay course featuring 16 shooting stands and a 5-stand overlooking one of the 4 ponds and lakes. There is also a European Pheasant tower and a working dog kennel facility. The 600-acre retreat consists of mixed upland loblolly pine stands, long-leaf pine stands, and mixed oaks and maple trees. Among the stands of trees are additional areas for quail hunts, a dove field, and areas for deer and turkey. 

We welcome you to visit Auburn Oaks Farm. If this interests you or someone you may know, give us a call, and we will set up a private tour just for you. 



  • Timber
  • Hunting
  • Event Venue
  • Clay Course
  • Timber
  • Primary House
  • Guest House
  • Internal Road System
  • 5-stand
  • Pheasant Tower
  • Dog Kennel Facility

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(334) 524-2756
(256) 825-4332

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