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0 Gambill 50 Acres Commercia Smyrna TN 37167
Rutherford, Tennessee
50.00 acres
Prime Location for Retail and Commercial Development. Acreage located at New Smyrna I-24 Exit at Enon Springs West / Rocky Fork Road. Zoning to be Retail & Office per Smyrna Land Use Plan. Great Location for Retail Shopping, Service Businesses, Hotels, Restaurants, Corporate Office. Electric, Water, Sewer & Natural Gas are Available. 5 to 50 Acres are Available. Smyrna Planning will work with Buyer for Commercial Zoning and Service Roads. Sellers own Adjoining Acreage for Future Development.
0 Gambill Lane 50 Acres Smyrna TN 37167
Rutherford, Tennessee
50.00 acres
Prime Development Property for Retail & Commercial. Acreage located at new Smyrna Interchange at Interstate-24. Zoning will be Retail & Office per Smyrna Future Land Use Plan. Great Location for Corporate Office, Hotel, Restaurants & Retail. All Utilities Available. Very Nice Land & Good Soil. 5 to 50 Acres Available.
Pecan Point On The Mississippi River At Wilson, AR
Tipton, Tennessee
6,058.00 acres
Many of you already know that I built my business and reputation helping buyers find the perfect property for the best price, and then helping them build it into everything they had dreamed.  I've been in this business for a long time, and I have seen a lot of great properties and investment opportunities, but it's been a very long time since I've seen a better all-around recreational and investment property for the price than Pecan Point. This is not just another sales pitch from someone trying to sell you a property...this is “as good as it gets” and you should give it very serious consideration! Pecan Point is everything that a quintessential big, beautiful property on the MS River should be.  Expansive views of the river and multiple potential building locations; easy driving access onto and around the entire property; more than 4,000 acres of mostly-mature and diverse bottomland hardwood timber provide exceptional food and cover for wildlife, as well as great current and future financial value; 1,500 acres in the Wetland Reserve Program and numerous duck impoundments and water wells provide waterfowl habitat and wetland conservation; and another 515 acres of fertile farmland produces great income while also feeding the wildlife and providing additional opportunities for conservation programs. The pictures tell the story, and Pecan Point has a story worth telling! Just take a look, and you will see that it is everything you could want in a single property. Pecan Point is exceptionally well-located. Not only is it within an hour of Memphis and all the conveniences and fun provided by a major metropolitan city, but it is also just a 10-minute drive from the unique and beautiful resurgent delta town of Wilson, AR.  With significant cultural and financial investment in what was once an old "company town," Wilson has now become a progressive, charming and thriving community "where the world meets the delta."  Wilson has been featured in the likes of The New York Times and Southern Living and is fast becoming a must-see destination. It's certainly not often that such a seemingly remotely located recreational property has such great proximity to civilization! Among its many other highlights, Pecan Point also provides exceptional fishing, boating, hiking, off-roading, and environmental conservation, just to name a few.  Combining all-the-above with the real potential for significant additional acreage in the Wetland Reserve Program and/or a conservation easement and/or mitigation banking could make what is already a great investment even more exceptional.  Significant timber value, crop income and new conservation-program opportunities, all in such a unique and desirable location, are a rare combination that makes the investment aspect of this property so appealing. Everyone thinks their property and their opportunity is "rare" and "special."  In fact, it almost gets to the point where nothing seems that special because everyone claims theirs is.  But there are still places like Pecan Point that do bring together all the unique features that make something special, and it's even rarer to find a place like this at such a great price!  Please take my advice and give this one the serious consideration it deserves.    
Wildflower Woods
Williamson, Tennessee
950.00 acres
Wildflower Woods is a gorgeous 950± acre farm located just minutes from Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee, near the charming community of Leiper’s Fork. Rarely do you find a property of this stature situated as conveniently to these culturally significant and buzzing urban areas. It offers the best of both worlds – the serenity of a peaceful country setting and the ease of access to the amenities of metropolitan areas. Wildflower Woods has been assembled by its current owners over the last 33 years. The farm is characterized by an array of rolling hills, mature hardwood forests, lush green pastures and babbling creeks. The centerpiece is a 12-acre lake that is host to many memorable occasions with family and friends. Recreation abounds on this landscape and includes everything from horseback riding to hunting to fishing to hiking to camping to swimming in the lake and just plain relaxing. There are lots of exciting things happening in Williamson County these days and the chance to own such a magnificent tract of land ranks up there as one of the more unique local opportunities.
TN Crop & Game Farm For Sale
Sumner, Tennessee
1,100.00 acres
perfect combination of work & play – Meadow Brook Crop & Game Farm 1,100+/- acres | $11,500,000 Crop Farming | Hunting & Fishing | Investment Property Location: 1600 Meadow Brook Drive, Westmoreland, TN 37186 Prized Hunting & Farming Meadow Brook Crop & Game Farm, an established 1,100± acre crop farm and game bird hunting venue is now available for sale! Cropland farming & hunting operations are just a way of life in this small rural town of Westmoreland, Tennessee. Just on the out skirts of Nashville awaits your opportunity to purchase this property offers multiple investment and income streams from crop farming, game bird hunting and fishing memberships. Personal enjoyment, income producing and the enjoyment and entertainment of others are awaiting the new owner of the Meadow Brook Game Farm! Buildings: 3 residential “owners” homes 10 outbuildings Grain storage Equipment sheds Acreage: 800± acres of cropland 195± acres of woodlands 30± acres of pasture 14± acres of water o Stocked 12± acre lake Hunting: Pheasant Chukar Quail Trophy whitetail deer Turkey Fishing: Catfish Bass Crappy Crop Farming: Corn Soybeans Wheat Hemp Tobacco Nashville is just a short drive away. Gallatin, TN is 20 minutes away and Facebook has plans to build a $715± million dollar data center nearby. | 270-783-3000 United Country | Heartland Realty & Auction Ron Kirby, Jr., CAI, AARE, CES, UCMA (270) 791-5583 Chris Gravil, UCMA (270) 784-0829 Tennessee Real Estate Brokers, Firm License #262579 Each franchise office is independently owned & operated.
Pemberton Tract
Morgan, Tennessee
9,000.00 acres
The 9000± acre Pemberton Tract is strategically located on the North Cumberland Plateau near many local and regional hardwood mills and within reasonable haul-time of several chips mills or fiber-accepting plants. The Pemberton Tract consists of approximately 4300± acres in 13-18 year old loblolly pine plantation and approximately 4700± acres in various age classes of upland hardwood stands consisting mostly of eastern red oaks, white oaks, chestnut oaks, scarlet oaks, yellow poplar, hickory, red maple and cherry. A February 2018 hardwood cruise estimated sawtimber volume of 8.3 million board feet and pulpwood volume of 108,000 tons. A March 2018 pine plantation assessment estimated an average of 70 tons of fiber per acre. Additional components of this asset further make the Pemberton Tract a uniquely attractive investment opportunity. Over 100 oil and gas wells are scattered throughout the 9000± acres, most of which are operational and generate annual royalty income. There are several clubs which generate considerable annual hunting lease income. A recently-installed TVA transmission line crossing 60± acres would generously allow for solar farm construction and potential annual lease income. With miles of road frontage on paved county and state roadways, there is substantial opportunity for future subdivision or development. Last, but not least, Pemberton Tract has been recognized as a candidate for a conservation easement and carbon credit enrollment.
2289 Red Bank Road
Sevier, Tennessee
447.00 acres
This large acreage tract is one of the best in Sevier County. The property has all types of the land features from absolutely flat, to mountainous, to riverfront. Views are absolutely fantastic from the many ridges on this property. Possible development opportunities would include Mixed-use developments, Sports Complex, Golf Course, Theme Park, high density residential, etc.. Located in Sevierville, TN, home of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park exceeding 13,000,000 visitors annually. There are an array of concepts that would work for this property in this tourism market. The property has beautiful frontage on The Little Pigeon River.
0 Nolensville Road Nolensville TN 37135
Williamson, Tennessee
12.00 acres
The Prime development site in the Town of Nolensville, TN. At 12.5ac it approved for 269,344 S.F. of mixed-use development includes 85,911 sf of retail development, 44,626 sf of office and 75 condos. ocated in the heart of Nolensville, adjacent to Town Hall. The development is designed to be a very pedestrian-oriented community with retail shops, restaurants, office space, and residential condominiums.
Turkey Pen
Monroe, Tennessee
3,233.00 acres
Nestled amid some of the oldest mountains in the world, the creeks and basins of Turkey Pen harbor an incredibly rich ecosystem. The Little Tennessee River is designated as a Native Fish Conservation Area, containing more than 100 species of native fish, 10 species of native mussels and a dozen crayfish species. Turkey Pen consists of 3,233± acres, bordered by the Great Smokey Mountain National Park, Cherokee National Forest and the TWRA. Turkey Pen truly bridges the Smokey Mountains and is a one of kind property. Three mountain ranges come together here, The Great Smokey’s to the north, the Cheoahs to the east and Unicoi mountain range to the south, which remains one of the most primitive, undeveloped areas in the eastern United States.  The name Unicoi comes from the Cherokee word that means white. It refers to the low-lying clouds and fog that often drape the Southern Appalachian Mountains. The nearby Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness and the Citico Creek Wilderness make this area a truly wild place. The water frontage on Chilhowee Lake along the Bolden Knight Bluff is very special and has excellent access. The Little Tennessee River starts in Northern Georgia and gathers waters from the Tuckasegee and Tellico Rivers and Citico Creek, contributing to the diversity of Turkey Pen.
Latitude 35 Farm
Fayette, Tennessee
1,227.00 acres
Latitude 35 Farm is a wonderfully improved and varied use West Tennessee country estate consisting of approximately 1227 acres, a 5000 SF luxurious house, indoor swimming pool & spa, guest house, chip & putt golf green, top-of-the-line 9-stall horse barn, covered riding arena, equipment shops, pole barns, hay shed, 7 paddocks lined with 4-rail fencing, 3 horse loafing sheds, 9-acre lake, stock ponds, interior roads, extensive riding trails, tremendous wildlife, excellent hunting, wetlands-cypress natural area, and recently installed pivot irrigation & grain bin storage. With an agricultural base of 714 cultivated acres generating grain-production revenue and an equestrian developed farmstead, this property is truly a unique rural retreat and located about 40 miles east of Memphis, Tennessee. As both an agriculturally revenue-driven & recreationally based investment, Latitude 35 Farm is certainly a very unique western Tennessee farm property. While offering a luxurious yet open-spaced, functional home and an unmatched equestrian facility, the country estate produces considerable marketable-grain income from its very fertile acreage and provides a beautiful, natural setting customary of quality hunting and attractive to riding horseback.