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·  May 30th, 2013 07:18 am

Nice pasture with great views of east Tennessee countryside. Plenty of room for your animals. Utility water @ road. Partially tended. Small pond and some woods.

$139,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:32 am

For the short version of this video, click here. Only 45 minutes from the Knoxville Airport and less than a half day's drive from most of southeastern United States, Riveridge is much easier to get to than it is to leave. Situated less than an hour away from Smoky Mountain National Park, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Knoxville, Tennessee, Riveridge is an ideal location for easy access to the best in the Great Smoky Mountains with the quiet separation of a beautiful, rural retreat. The 55-acre property is situated on the third highest point in Jefferson County overlooking the Holston River, one of two main tributaries of the Tennessee River. The many scenic river overlooks provide a great way to enjoy the property via rock promontories and man-made decks. From the high-ridge park-like setting, the lodge and surrounding property offer views of the countless hollows and ridges that gave the Great Smoky Mountains their name. From many vantage points there are magnificent views of the Smoky Mountains to the south, the Clinch Mountains to the north and the Holston River Valley that runs between them. The 55 acres of bluffs and ridgelines are accessed by a central road system intertwined with many walking trails leading to overlooks capturing magnificent landscapes and perspectives. The timber ridge trails running throughout the property offer access to great hunting, hiking and biking opportunities. There is a small pond on the property, as well as a very unique cave above the river. Numerous lookout points are perfectly situated to catch majestic sunsets and enjoy warm campfires with family and friends. In addition to the 55-acre property where the lodge and other structures are located, this offering includes Byerley Island. This a remarkable 18-acre island surrounded by clear water and easily accessible across a shallow ford. The island is located several miles downstream from Riveridge proper, a short drive or enjoyable half-day float. The permanent scenic beauty of Byerley Island is assured by Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) regulations that govern Holston River waterway lands and provide full access for recreational, not development, purposes. The island is an ideal destination for secluded camping, fishing and hunting. After nearly two years of construction, the custom-built Riveridge Lodge was completed in 2003. Additionally, the original ridge-top home was remodeled and expanded in 2007. All in all, this stunning property includes the 8,000 sqft lodge, a 5,500 sqft ridge-top home and 1,500 sqft utility barn. There is a 1,250 sqft home at the property entrance suitable for a caretaker's quarters or other uses. Providing plenty of space for guests, there are seven bedrooms and ten baths, making this lodge ideal for hosting everything from large family functions to corporate events or even bed and breakfast patrons. The main lodge combines many accommodating features beyond the spacious layout. The unique vantage point of the lodge porches rewards the early riser as deer and wild turkey make their morning forays in the meadow below, and still forgives the late sleeper with an encore evening performance against the backdrop of an East Tennessee sunset. A short distance from the lodge, a remote three-tiered deck overlooks the river from the edge of a limestone bluff, where soaring eagles are a common sight. Awaken in restful peace to the sounds of nature in anticipation of another day of tranquility or adventure at Riveridge Lodge, while tantalizing aromas of freshly baked breads and coffee drift through the halls and gently coax you from bed. Envision yourself, family, business partners, or friends sitting upon the expansive decks and porches overlooking the beautiful Holston River where some of the South's finest trout fishing is located. Whether on the river or around the table, at Riveridge there is n

·  March 17th, 2013 05:48 am
·  72 acres

This beautiful 72 acre farm is located just below historic Beersheba Springs in a pristine Cumberland Plateau cove. The property is practically surrounded by the 15,590 acre Savage Gulf State Park. http://www.tn.gov/environment/na/natareas/savage/ The Collins River which is part of the Mississippi River watershed runs out of Savage Gulf and along the northern boundary of the property for over 1,000 feet. McMinnville the nursery capital of Tennessee, which has medical facilities www.riverparkhospital.com and shopping, is only 15 miles down State Road 56. The property has been used as a nursery for trees and shrubs since 1946 and still has a significant amount of stock in the ground. There are currently two homes on the property along with a barn and two storage buildings. Much of the equipment that has been used to operate the nursery and maintain the property will be included in the sale. (see equipment list) A new owner could easily continue the nursery operation or convert the property into a working farm. Small organic farms that supply produce to local and regional markets are becoming more and more popular in east Tennessee. www.chattanoogamarket.com Around 40% of the property is in cultivated fields and the remaining 60% is wooded with large native hardwoods including various species of oaks, maple, tulip poplar, walnut and many more. The size and density of the forest seems like an extension of the old growth contained in the surrounding state park.

$375,000  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:47 am
·  78 acres

Here is a fantastic Tennessee farm with many possibilities. This is believed to be the 2nd oldest home in Hardin County. It sits just outside of Savannah, TN which is a quaint town on the banks of the Tennessee River. The home appears to be structurally sound and would make for a great residence with some updating or even a beautiful bed and breakfast. There are 2 large rooms both with fireplaces upstairs. 2 additional rooms with fireplaces down stairs. A large kitchen with dining room just off of it. Hall bath downstairs. There is a good size mud room/laundry room off the kitchen where you would enter from the back door of the home. A set of stairs leads down to a small basement that would be great for canning, storage, etc. On the farm sits 2 very good size barns, a small guest house, a hunting cabin, a chicken coop, and 2 creeks running through the middle of the farm. There is some wonderful pasture land as well as some wooded land to provide shade. Absolutely beautiful views from 2 of the back pastures of the rolling foothills of Southern Tennessee. The land has been row crop, pasture, and a timber farm. The rich hill soils are fertile, and the land is know for its clean waters. It is said in the community that you could hear the cannons firing at the Battle of Shiloh from this hill. Civil War history abounds in this area. This Tennessee farm has been a home place for over 175 years. There is a bell that still stands on this farm called Big Hill Bell. It was rang when someone in the community died to let folks know and that they were needed to help dig the grave. This farm is west of the Natchez Trace and the famous Trail of Tears was just southwest of this farm. It is possible that some of the logs from an old log cabin are still in the walls of the main home. There is a lot more history with this home and the surrounding area. We have some printouts of the extensive history of this place available to serious inquiries. This farm sits on both sides of Hwy 203. The side with the home, barns, guest house, and cabin contains 66+ acres and then there are 12+ acres across the road tht includes a small pond. This is a wonderful opportunity for someone with the right vision to own one of the prettiest farms in the area. We took a ton of photos, so please browse through them. Feel free to contact us with any questions and to schedule a time to come see this Tennessee farm for yourself. Call or email any time with any questions. Owner Financing Options: We are offering OWNER FINANCING on this tract. Asking price is $369K. At least 10% is required as a down payment. We will amortize this up to a 25 year term with a 5 year balloon. After the 5 years you can discuss renewing with us, getting your own financing, or paying it off completely. We are fairly flexible in what we can do. Rate will be determined by the amount of down payment. It will be around 7.5% with the 10% down, but if you can come up with more down, we could drop that a point to 6.5%. Go here for additional information including geotagged photos and a 3D tour of the land: http://www.landstruck.com/land_for_sale/tennessee-farm-for-sale/owner-financed-tn-farm-house-big-hill-bell-farm.html

$369,000  

·  August 19th, 2013 10:10 pm
·  138 acres
·  Bedrooms: 3

Beautiful East Tennessee farm with 138 acres. Lots of flat land with remainder rolling hills. Small amount of wooded areas. Year-round creek running across front of property. Water run to barn and water trough run in pasture. 1500 square feet brick farm house. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, with full basement. Large 2-story barn and 1 other outbuilding. About 1,300 feet of road frontage.

$739,000  

·  December 8th, 2013 12:23 am
·  2,559 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 3

Beautifully renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home on 1.49 acres. Gourmet kitchen has hardwood floors and a large granite island with plenty of lighted storage space below and outlets for small appliances. The living room has hardwood floors and a fireplace made of Tennessee Rose Stone. The lower level would make a great mother-in-law quarters with family room with fireplace, kitchen, a room currently being used as a bedroom, full bath, patio. Fenced backyard. Detached 24' x 30' 2 car garage/workshop. Plenty of space for a garden. Updates to home include the following - front porch, French drain, gas heat & air with filter, new windows, spray foam insulation, tankless gas hot water heater, plumbing, etc... Plenty of firewood behind home.

$199,500  

·  August 4th, 2013 09:57 pm
·  24 acres
·  Bedrooms: 4

3986 Campbellsville Pike, Columbia, Tennessee Entering through the impressive stone pillars each visitor is welcomed down the gently winding drive to the striking centerpiece of Tuck-A-Hoe Farms. The home is a traditionally elegant 1 level brick home with a generous size of 3,873 square feet while the farm consists of 24.3 stunning fertile Maury County acres graced with oaks, pines, and sugar, silver and red maples. Features in the home include: Poplar flooring from an historic Antebellum home that once resided on this location are used in three bedrooms. Also antique red pine flooring is used from an historic home on this location. Beam haunches came from the same historic home mentioned above Rough sawn cedar from California Two antique chandeliers valued at $5,000 a piece Six paneled doors throughout the house 40x60 brick terrace and 40x8 brick covered porch with six columns Custom wood moldings, brick home, and redwood plank on the walls of the porch Thirty year roof placed on home ten years ago Custom built metal and wood circular stairway to upstairs study Custom shutters on all windows Hardwood floors in living and dining room Azrock flooring Custom molding in all rooms including chair rail in dining room Outside Features: Gunnite in-ground pool- 20x40 surrounded by flags custom cut flagstone from Crab Orchard, Tennessee Pool house built using historic solid woods columns' House lavishly landscaped with 27 Seven foot boxwoods, sugar, silver and red maples along with yew and laurel Creative potting shed is located off the side of the pool and contains pool pump keeping motor noise to a minimum A paddock containing a small barn and storage facility of woods backs the line behind the house and leading to the 25 foot wide bridle path to Cherokee Place. Entire property priced $750,000 Home and 9.4 acres priced $525,000 Barn $250,000

$750,000  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:48 am
·  100 acres

Jackson County Kentucky is described as "Where the mountains and the bluegrass blend." Long hardwood ridges, beautiful rolling fields, and interspersed crop fields in the bottoms make Jackson County one of the most scenic counties in the commonwealth! Want to build your dream home with a view- This is the place. There's even a footer already dug and poured waiting to be finished. This farm has everything needed to be a deer and turkey hunter's paradise, including plenty of cover, acorn producing oaks, a newly planted wildlife orchard, water and several ideally located food plots. Want income from the property- Brand new fencing and gates make this the ideal small cattle operation. Whether it's peace and quiet, beautiful views, a hunting destination, a farm with income or a little bit of it all, this tract fits the bill. Property Details: -Several established food plot areas -2 ponds -New fencing and gates in place. Would make an excellent cattle farm -Tobacco barn for storage -Beautiful building sites including a poured home foundation already in place -Easy access to electric and water -Good mix of fields, mature timber and thickets for diverse habitat -Great stand of native grasses providing good nesting cover for turkeys as well as bedding cover for the deer -Beautiful rolling topography -10 minutes to McKee, Kentucky; 1 hour 30 minutes to Lexington, Kentucky; 2 hours to Knoxville, Tennessee; 5 hours to Atlanta, Georgia

$169,900  

·  August 8th, 2013 03:41 pm
·  292 acres
·  Bedrooms: 3

Gorgeous Horse Farm 11675 Lake Hardeman Road Middleton, TN Available in 3 Tracts - 100, 91 and 101 acres (2 Tracts Selling ABSOLUTE!) SELLING ON SITE TUESDAY, AUGUST 27th, 6:30 PM If you dream of owning land in Tennessee...good quality land, the kind of land where you can hunt, fish, ride horses, build a dream home or just plain relax, the kind of land you really can't find at a similar price in many other parts of the country - then this is the perfect spot for you. This farm is ideally arranged for horses or cattle and features a fantastic barn/stable with nice living quarters and a 45 +/- acre lake. This beautiful rolling acreage will be sold at auction and is being offered in three tracts or as a whole, Tract 1 - 100 acres, Tract 2 - 91 acres, Tract 3 - 101 acres or all 292 acres. Both tracts have lake privileges to a 45 +/- Acre Lake. This land is rolling, wooded and some open. Fantastic vistas from both tracts overlooking the lake below. TRACTS: TRACT 1 - 100+/- Acres - Includes 10 Stall Stable and Living Quarters TRACT 2 - 91+/- Acres - Lake access TRACT 3 - 101+/- Acres - Lake access The Hatchie River is only a few miles away. Since it is the longest free-flowing tributary of the lower Mississippi, the River is the largest forested floodplain in the State of Tennessee. The Hatchie River has not been altered by man, meaning the natural cycles of the seasons and floods have created a very rich habitat in which many species of animals thrive. Deer, wild turkey, ducks, squirrels, bass and more Location is less than 20 miles to either Chickasaw State Park or Big Pond State Park 35 miles to Jackson, TN 55 miles to Memphis, TN 15 miles to Bolivar, TN 13 miles to Highway 72 15 miles to Highway 64 40 miles to I-40 45 miles to Pickwick Dam TRACT 1 - FEATURES 100+/- Acres 1,930+/- feet along Lake Hardeman Road Part Wooded - Part open pasture Lake Access 7,500 +/- sq ft Morton steel sided building 1,600 +/- sq ft is living quarters with: 3 Bedrooms 2 full baths Large kitchen w/ bar connected to great room over looking the lake Fully heated & air conditioned AND 5,900 +/- SQ FT is a fully working horse facility with: 10 stalls - located in center of small arena Indoor riding area around the stalls Tack room Feed room Wash room for horses Medical supply room Fully light with sodium vapor lighting Sawdust floor Automated Mosquito repellant system 2 large doors Storage area TRACT 2 - SELLING ABSOLUTE - FEATURES 1,334+/- Feet frontage along Lake Hardeman Road Lake access Rolling terrain More Wooded than other two tracts TRACT 3 - SELLING ABSOLUTE - FEATURES 1,221+/- Feet frontage along Lake Hardeman Lake access Rolling terrain

·  November 17th, 2012 03:31 am
·  150 acres

Live off the grid in luxury at this remarkable sustainable living paradise near Asheville NC. Spanning 150 acres of pristine mountain land near Pisgah National Forest and the Appalachian Trail, the Retreat at MeadowTop Farm features a self-sufficient eco-luxury home with upscale interiors and appliances, a solar barn, a hobby barn, extensive orchard and gardens, 4 acres of fenced pasture and miles of hiking trails. This one-of-a-kind green retreat includes a 10-acre meadow, spectacular 360-degree views of two states, a half-mile ridge walk looking down into valleys below, the largest cherry tree in North Carolina, beautiful ponds and more than a dozen springs. This property is ideal as a self-sufficient family compound, retreat center, camp or working organic farm. The Residence | The 'Eco-Luxury' natural home was designed with sustainability and health in mind. Non-toxic paints and finishes are used throughout the house. Wood for the home was milled on-site, including the structural members, decking, most flooring, cabinets, all trim and the solid cherry front door. Earthen plaster walls in the master suite and yoga room were made from all local materials. A six-zone radiant floor system and the triple pane Loewen windows keep this remarkable house warm in winter, while the home's elevation and design keeps it cool in the summer. The solar thermal and solar electric systems are sized such that the house is entirely self-sufficient. The interior of the home comprises over 6,000 square feet of living space with four bedrooms, two kitchens, four and a half bathrooms, a yoga room, large mud room, and two office spaces that can also serve as additional bedrooms. The large covered porch is ideal for rocking chairs and hammocks. Solar Barn | The solar barn is the heart of the retreat's off-grid (grid-tie enabled) power and heating systems. It also houses an equipment storage and maintenance area, a backup wood-fired boiler and wood storage area, a generator shed, a 60'x12' room that serves as craft space and storage, a three-car parking area, and a large gymnasium. The Land | The 150-acre property is comprised of 14 individual tracts of land with many building sites. Three rights of way provide access across privately maintained roads. Locked gates enhance the privacy and security of the land. The primary access road enters the property through an 800-acre tract of land which is in a private trust and cannot be subdivided. "Meadow Top," a beautiful 10-acre field, offers a 360 degree view into parts of Madison County, Haywood County, and Eastern Tennessee. To the west is a view of Max Patch, a huge natural bald on the Appalachian Trail. There are no conservation easements on the land. The Eco System | The acreage ranges from 3200 feet to almost 4000 feet in elevation and is comprised of numerous micro-climates with north, south, east and west facing slopes and coves. The property is situated in the Southern Appalachian range in what is known as a transitional rain forest. Native plants are abundant in many areas of the Retreat. Ginseng, Solomon's Seal, blue cohosh, and bloodroot are among the numerous edible and medicinal plants identified in the forest. In the spring, the trilliums and ramps carpet the western slopes and delphinium covers the eastern hillsides. The largest wild cherry tree in North Carolina is located on this property at a site known as Cherry Point. Live Water | The property offers a variety of live water including a pond with dock, bold mountain streams, small waterfalls, and more than a dozen springs.

$2,400,000  

·  March 30th, 2013 04:16 pm
·  28 acres

28+/- acres for sale with rolling hills, mountain lakefront property, located at the end of a road for all your privacy. only $99,000.00. Perfect for your Tennessee Mountain Retreat!!! Tennessee mountain lakefront for sale. Mountain land for Sale with acreage,would make a great place to start your own preppers farm. Located only 45 minutes from Chattanooga TN Could make a nice small farm or ranch for your horses or cattle endless possibilities. Great black berries in the summer. Possible owner terms.

$99,500  

·  November 17th, 2012 09:16 am

Located just 1.5 miles from New Center School. 3.64 acres of level land already fenced in. Could be used for a small subdivision, farm, ranch, personal home. Soil mapping has been done. Great area. Land For Sale bed in Sevierville Tennessee USA find Sevierville properties

·  November 17th, 2012 09:12 am
·  2,020 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 5

Great horse or cattle farm. aprox. 60 acres pasture & 24 woods. Farm backs up to Cedar Forest State Park giving you access to the park.Very private and secluded farm. 2 small ponds. wet weather creek. 24x22 workshop. old barn. drive shared. House-Homes For Sale 5 bed in Lebanon Tennessee USA find Lebanon properties

·  November 17th, 2012 08:36 am

East Tennessee Country Farm Completely Fenced: Out in the country with lots of peace and quiet. This farm is nestled in the foothills of beautiful East Tennessee. Only 45 minutes to Gatlinburg and the Great Smokey Mountains. Secluded with very few neighbors close by, fenced and cross fenced for your animals. Lots of wooded land for the hunter too! Small creek on property for the animals. This property is a true gem. Lots of road frontage if multiple families would want to share a great property. Owner finan

$499,000  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:47 am
·  200 acres

PRIME HUNTING & RECREATIONAL land. Timber acreage 160 ac. +/-, pasture acreage 40 ac. +/-. Property is fully fenced and gated. Currenty an active cattle farm and hunting property. Equip. shed/camp site existing with electric, water & septic. Rustic cabin in woods with wood stove. Forked deer river bottom along east property line. Turkey, deer, small game with box stands for hunting. Multiple pocket fields in woods for food plots. Numerous springs, creek. Forked Deer River! Just east of Jackson, Tennessee. 6 mi. from Interstate 40. Close to Tennessee River.

$399,000  

·  May 10th, 2013 03:04 am
·  136 acres

Duck proven Land for sale!! Proven duck hole at edge of Madison county near Jackson, tn.... 12 acre corn field, Timber, proven duck hole!! Man from Georgia bought to duck hunt in Tennessee!! He has bought another farm closer to home!! Ready to sell!! Deer, Turkey, small game, geese, rabbit, squirrel, great recreational property close to town near I 40 FOR EASY ACCESS FROM Nashville OR MEMPHIS. Hard to find land that has it all!! Hurry to see!! Call Don at 731-394-1366 for a private showing... Tennessee wildlife has filmed here I the past!! Carroll county hunting jewell with a CABIN SITE...

$249,900  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:48 am

Lewis County Hobby Farm & Hunting Tract - This is a 58.77 acre m/l hunting tract for sale in Lewis County, Tennessee. There are approximately 11-12 acres of open land that is fenced and cross fenced with a small pond. The open area is suitable for hay, pasture, garden, or wildlife food plot. You could live off the land on this plot, build your home, or just hunt for turkey and deer. Go to www.cumberlandlandcompany.com and click Properties For Sale, then click Lewis County on right side list of counties, also click green button at the bottom to see more pictures, maps, and have a google map/location tool. Priced at $167,900.

$167,900  

·  November 17th, 2012 08:36 am
·  Bedrooms: 2

Nestled In The Beautiful Hills of East Tennessee: sits this 58 acre farm with a completely renovated home, with no expense spared. Beautiful Hickory hardwood flooring throughout the home. Large kitchen with immaculate Hickory cabinets, soapstone counter tops, upgraded stainless steel appliances, including gas stove, side by side refrigerator, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. Small breakfast nook with large picture windows to view your property while having your morning coffee.

$323,000  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:48 am
·  277 acres

Tree Farm Springs is a 277.12 acre m/l hunting and timber tract for sale in Perry County, Tennessee. This tract with 8-14" hardwood timber and an approximate 40 acre pine tract 8-10 years old is priced like clearcut properties. There are mulitple springs in one area feeding a spring branch creek. Extensive ridge tops are cleared with native grasses and small pines planted that could be used or converted to hay, pasture, maintained as wildlife openings and/or converted to wildlife food plots. Listing agent will take prospects on a hunting visit to tour the property. Currently, there is good turkey and deer hunting that could be enhanced with a little work on the habitat. Priced just a little less than $700 per acre. For more information, go to www.cumberlandlandcompany.com, click on Properties For Sale, click Perry County on the right side list of counties where we have listings, and click the green Property Details button for more information.

$193,900  

·  May 30th, 2013 07:18 am
·  420 acres

It's not often you find large tracts of land in the heart of the triangle made up by Lexington, Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio. To find them at a reasonable price is next to impossible. This farm is secluded at the end of a 1-mile private road for the ultimate in privacy yet is close enough to 3 major cities to make it very convenient. Franklin County is a Zone 1, which means the deer population is high. Located in Northern Franklin County near the Henry and Owen County lines, this farm is located in the heart of some of the best deer and turkey hunting in all of Kentucky. The area is well known for producing giant bucks and lots of them. This farm is located about 5 miles from where the Henry County Giant scoring 268" was found dead several years ago. The farm is made up of long hardwood ridges and "hollars". There is also a long section of power line right of way that cuts through the property. A select timber harvest was done about 5 years ago leaving plenty of thick areas for bedding and browse. There are numerous mature white oak flats and an excellent stand of timber remains throughout much of the property. The future timber harvest looks very promising. Sand Ripple Creek surrounds the farm on two sides providing year round water. There is also a small pond on one of the ridge tops making an excellent ambush site. Many of the ridge tops have been cleared for food plots and most of the interior trails/roads follow these ridge tops making ambushing deer that much easier. The list of features on this property goes on and on. It truly is an excellent bargain in a great location. Property Details: -1.5 hours from Cincinnati; 1 hour from Louisville, Kentucky; 1 hr from Lexington, Kentucky; 30 minutes from Frankfort, Kentucky; 3.5 hours to Nashville, Tennessee -Water sources include Sand Ripple Creek and a small pond -Excellent road system, many of which are accessible by truck -Approximately 20 acres of open ground on ridge tops and creek bottoms for food plots with more flat land available to be opened. -Timber is made up of a large percentage of white oaks. -Old rustic cabin is on the property but is in need of repairs -Farm is located on the edge of the Kentucky River basin and includes a bluff leading down to the farmland along the Kentucky river bottoms

$713,580  

·  November 17th, 2012 08:36 am
·  Bedrooms: 3

FOR SALE IS A 177.5 ACRE FARM IN BEAUTIFUL CENTRAL TENNESSEE. IT IS LOCATED NEAR THE CUMBERLAND RIVER AND HISTORIC TOWN OF GAINESBORO, TN. PROPERTY IS LOCATED BETWEEN KNOXVILLE AND NASHVILLE. APPROXIMATELY 25 MINUTES OFF I 40. THIS PROPERTY CONTAINS 2 BRICK HOMES AND A COTTAGE PLUS A HUGE CHALET AS WELL AS A 100 YEAR OLD BARN AND A SMOKE HOUSE. LAND IS 1/3 HAY FIELD; 1/3 PASTURE AND THE REST IN TIMBER. ALL IS A PARK LIKE SETTING. PROPERTY IS LOCATED NEAR LOCAL AIRSTRIP FOR EASY ACCESS FROM OUT OF STATE. AIRSTRIP IS APPROXIMATELY 4 MILES FROM PROPERTY.CHALET: THIS WONDERFUL CHALET HAS 2520 SQ.FT. PER SELLER AND IS 4 STORY. INTERIOR IS UNFINISHED. GREAT FOR RECORDING STUDIO OR CAN BE USED AS AN ART STUDIO OR EVEN A PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO. DON T RULE OUT A FAMILY BUSINESS AS WELL. COTTAGE & SMOKEHOUSE: THIS COTTAGE HAS 264 SQ.FT. PER SELLER ON THE MAIN FLOOR AND 264 SQ.FT. PER SELLER OF BASEMENT. SMALL KITCHEN AREA IN BEDROOM WITH SHOWER. AIR CONDITIONING WINDOW UNITS TO STAY.

$699,000  

·  August 31st, 2013 04:44 am
·  Bedrooms: 4

3986 Campbellsville Pike, Columbia, Tennessee Entering through the impressive stone pillars each visitor is welcomed down the gently winding drive to the striking centerpiece of Tuck-A-Hoe Farms. The home is a traditionally elegant 1 level brick home with a generous size of 3,873 square feet while the farm consists of 24.3 stunning fertile Maury County acres graced with oaks, pines, and sugar, silver and red maples. Features in the home include: Poplar flooring from an historic Antebellum home that once resided on this location are used in three bedrooms. Also antique red pine flooring is used from an historic home on this location. Beam haunches came from the same historic home mentioned above Rough sawn cedar from California Two antique chandeliers valued at $5,000 a piece Six paneled doors throughout the house 40x60 brick terrace and 40x8 brick covered porch with six columns Custom wood moldings, brick home, and redwood plank on the walls of the porch Thirty year roof placed on home ten years ago Custom built metal and wood circular stairway to upstairs study Custom shutters on all windows Hardwood floors in living and dining room Azrock flooring Custom molding in all rooms including chair rail in dining room Outside Features: Gunnite in-ground pool- 20x40 surrounded by flags custom cut flagstone from Crab Orchard, Tennessee Pool house built using historic solid woods columns' House lavishly landscaped with 27 Seven foot boxwoods, sugar, silver and red maples along with yew and laurel Creative potting shed is located off the side of the pool and contains pool pump keeping motor noise to a minimum A paddock containing a small barn and storage facility of woods backs the line behind the house and leading to the 25 foot wide bridle path to Cherokee Place. Entire property priced $750,000 Home and 9.4 acres priced $525,000 Barn $250,000

$525,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:30 am
·  157 acres

Buffalo River :This 157 acre tract is located in northern Wayne County, Tennessee. It is 11.5 miles due north of Waynesboro and 14 miles south west of Hohenwald, TN. This piece of paradise is situated on the banks of the Buffalo River. Bordered by a small stream on the west side and 4600' of the the Buffalo River on the east, the property sits majestically high above. It presents a feeling of security and serenity. Enter the property through a gated drive of over 3000 feet, just off the county paved Keazy Hollow Road. This is a perfect private development. This property has a spectacular scenic layout with panoramic majestic views of the river, fields and hilltops. A fresh water creek, waterfalls and springs parallel the River border for childlike frolicking. A barn and a couple of old outbuildings brings out a feeling of yesteryear. Deteriorating split rail and stone fences can be found sprinkled through the farm fields, reminding its owners of the hard frontier life of the early 20th century. This property is already supplied with electricity and phone service. The hardwood forest and open fields allow the abundant wildlife to roam freely.

$895,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:51 am
·  Bedrooms: 4

mountain top horse farm on cumberland plateau in tennesseeprice : $275,000.00 location : palmer, grundy county, tennessee 57.3 ac horse farm on top of the cumberland plateau--one of the highest points on the plateau at 2200 feet.majority of the property is flat to gently rolling, with gradual down slope to steep at bluff.mostly cleared with some scattered trees in pasture areas and bigger trees at bluff and below, some fencing, 36x72 barn with 7 -12x12 stalls-12x24 concreted area with feed room, and workshop. 12x12 tack room --area for 2 additional stalls or hay storage. area cleared near the barn for an arena. majority of land is ready to be fenced for additional pasture. water and electricity to barn. partially completed home (@ 70%) estimated @ $40,000 to complete. 4br/3ba, kitchen, dr, lr, den. covered porch with great views. roof, walls, floors, studs for inside walls are all in place--just needs to be finished out and siding put on outside. house is currently livable with 3 br/2 ba, kitchen, lr. has a 400 amp underground electrical system. appraised in june 2007 at $335,000. selling due to health reasons. landscaped yard with large oaks, cherry trees, river birch, various other trees and shrubs. 2 grape vines and several fruit trees (young). 2 septic tanks, 2 water meters; approx.1000 ft of frontage on hwy 108 with @ 1800 ft of bluff frontage. small creek on property. beautiful views from almost anywhere on the property. several pond or small lake sites scattered throughout the property. deer, wild turkey, rabbits and other wildlife abound. convenient to chattanooga, nashville, university of the south, monteagle, historic beersheba springs, grundy lakes, fall creek falls state park, stone door, and savage gulf state park. no restrictions on property. county water, electricity and phone service available to the property. only $275,000.00!!. (negotiable)

$275,000  

·  August 25th, 2013 01:00 pm

Equipment Auction - Estate of Samuel (Sammy) Young and Neighbors Saturday September 21, 2013 at 10:00 AM Located: Intersection of Young Road and Highway 113 - St. Clair Highway, Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Sammy Young was a lifelong resident of the small community of St. Clair operating the local country store alongside his family for many years as well as being a well known farmer all his life. Sammy was born and raised in Hawkins County and worked these farms his entire life. There is neither a rock nor tree on these properties that Sammy did not recognize. He was married to Wanda for 54 years and together they earned a living raising cattle and tobacco. Many people in the community between the ages of 15-70 have worked for him on this farm. Sammy was a fixture of the St. Clair Community. It would be his wish that his equipment be used to carry on the legacy of family farming in East Tennessee. United Country Clinch Mountain Realty & Auction will be offering Sammy's collection of farm machinery, several rolls and square bales of hay, and his pickup truck at auction on September 21, 2013 beginning at 10:00 AM. Partial list of items to be sold: Walton hay tedder Hesston 1071 hay bines (2) Hesston 540 round baler (electric tie) New Holland 615 7ft disc mower 7 ft Maschio double bar sickle mower Walton V-rake with kicker wheel Hesston 65-56 tractor 6390 hrs New Holland 55 work master tractor 339 hrs Hesston 60-66 tractor w/loader 4640 hrs John Deere 40 tractor Chevrolet S-10 truck 2001 GMC 1500 4x4 70,000 miles Massey Ferguson 124 square baler 4 wheel wagons (4) 3 pt Rhino 7 ft bushog John Deere hyd. Disk 3 pt 7 ft rototiller Pull behind bogg Miscellaneous shop tools 3 pt cultivators 3 pt bale spear 3 pt John Deere pto hay rake 3 pt International all-purpose plow 3 pt Ford 14 inch plow 3 pt Ford 16 inch plow 3 pt cultipacker 3 pt drag Pull behind seed drill Wheat cradle Tobacco baskets Stack of lumber New Idea manure spreader Tobacco balers and sticks 12 ft bumper pull stock trailer Bunk feeders Water troughs Powder River squeeze chute Riding lawnmower (42 inch cut) Several barns full of round & square bales stored in the dry Terms: 10% Buyer's Premium will be added to all items. Payment: Cash or Good Check (Bank Letter Required) Also selling that day will be other local consignments. For more information, contact Lisa McBride at 423-748-1081 or Brett Sivert at 423-923-0225.

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