The Dakota is a peaceful community where nature and nurture meet. Situated in a natural, private setting within the city limits of Auburn, Alabama, The Dakota is nestled among meandering streams, climbing ridges, rolling hills, and stone outcroppings. The Dakota’s approximately eighty acres are actually three miles from downtown Auburn, yet you feel as if you are miles from civilization. With walking trails, creeks, and the preservation of 20 acres, it is easy to forget that the University, outstanding public schools, and the necessities of modern life are just around the corner.

The Dakota consists of fourteen tracts amid 78 acres of undisturbed land. The lots range from two to four plus acres of selectively managed forest.  The community will benefit from amenities such as the rustic pavilion on a common twenty acre preserve that is nestled inside a bend of the rambling Saugahatchee Creek. Residents will have access to an organic fruit and vegetable garden among some of the most fertile soils in the Lee County area.

With accessible walking paths tracing the perimeter of the property, The Dakota encourages outdoor living with views of a cascading waterfall, natural trail bridges, wetlands, and wildlife, as well as the general fellowship among the community.