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.

  • Marshall County, Tennessee
    Property consists of a 0.10 acre parcel of land, which is improved with a 10,290 square foot brick office building. The improvements were originally constructed in 1963, and are considered to be in average to good condition relative to their actual age. Interior of the building features painted sheetrock walls, acoustical tile ceilings, recessed fluorescent lighting, and carpet/tile flooring
    0.1± acres
  • Humphreys County, Tennessee
    This pristine property was acquired in the late 1800's and has been in the same family for more than 120 years. Lying on the East Side of Indian Creek Rd., this 560+/- acres features 1.1 miles road frontage with numerous building sites & marketable hardwood timber, including white oak. Potential to clear areas on ridgetops and create additional open land. Ideal for hunting, hiking, ATV's, primitive camping, secluded cabin sites, trail riding and more!
    560.5± acres
  • Benton County, Tennessee
    Prime real estate just North of I-40 @ Exit 126. Over 10,800 feet of road frontage on State Highways, 192. The farm has been meticulously managed for wildlife for last 25+ yrs & is made up of a unique mix of hardwood and certified pine stands. The main branch flows from East to West and is fed by several spring branches along its path. The slope is gentle and lends itself to hunting a large number of sportsman. There are multiple food plots and pocket fields.
    904.11± acres


With more than 45 years of experience in real estate, you can trust The McEwen Group to help you navigate Middle Tennessee’s unique landscape of water, farm and recreational properties.

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