We are honored to represent some of the most beautifully diverse and well-situated land
opportunities in Tennessee. Take a look at some of our featured properties.
Williamson County, TennesseeThe gently rolling, 55-acre Waddell Hollow farm features a spring-fed, year-round creek and multiple building sites including the original homesite where an 1815 log home stands alongside towering walnut and maple trees and native wildflowers. A conservation easement allows an additional residential site on the farm, preventing subdividing and keeping the spirit of the historic land. All negotiable with the Land Trust of Tennessee. Waddell Hollow and the area surrounding it are known for fertile land and fresh spring water. Arrowheads and other artifacts found on the property show it was home to the Shawnee, Cherokee, and Choctaw tribes55.05± acres$3,575,000
Hickman County, TennesseeThis farm features 293 acres of incredible countryside with rustic cabin situated on the edge a sprawling open ridge at the center of Lowes Bend along a mile of frontage on the lower Duck River. It sits just over 1 hour west of Nashville, 20 minutes from I-40 at exit 148. Centerville is the most convenient regional city just 30 minutes to the east via Highway 50. Roughly half of the approximate 150 acres of open ground can be found in cultivable bottomland along the river. The balance is mostly in large, level hayfields on top of the upland293.1± acres$3,250,000
Cheatham County, TennesseeWell-known for its proximity to the Cumberland River, River Road is conveniently located to Nashville. This 72-acre propertyincludes more than half a mile of river frontage and an additional 100 yardsalong the mouth of Pond Creek. Recently mulched trails provide a tour of theproperty to reveal an excellent home site surrounded by mature trees. A scenicboat ride or short commute to downtown. Most of the 72 acres is coveredin mixed forest with potential for a dock and boathouse at the shoreline.72.6± acres$3,000,000
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