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TN Crop & Game Farm For Sale
#TN455485
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.


TNFarmForSale.com | 270-783-3000

United Country | Heartland Realty & Auction

Ron Kirby, Jr., CAI, AARE, CES, UCMA
RonKirbyAuctioneer@gmail.com
(270) 791-5583
Chris Gravil, UCMA
ChrisGravil@gmail.com
(270) 784-0829
Tennessee Real Estate Brokers, Firm License #262579

Each franchise office is independently owned & operated.
$11,500,000

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Turkey Pen
#TN386667
Monroe, Tennessee
3,233.00 acres
Turkey Pen is one of the last large tracts of unbroken private land adjacent to the Cherokee National Forest in the Southern Smoky Mountains. There are many income-producing opportunities on-site. The 3,233 acres, bordered by the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Cherokee National Forest, and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, would make for a great location to host a luxury resort such as Blackberry Farm or an Orvis-endorsed style outfitting lodge.

Nestled amid some of the world's oldest mountains, the creeks, and basins of Turkey Pen harbor a vibrant 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 truly bridges the Smoky Mountains and is a one of a kind property.

Three mountain ranges come together here, The Great Smokys to the north, the Cheoahs to the east, and the 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 exceptional 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 Turkey Pen's diversity.
$8,900,000

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4200 AC NEAR I-40 BIG CEDAR LODGE, BEAUTIFUL HARDWOODS. GREAT INTERIOR ROADS. ASPHALT GATED. 1 HOUR FROM NASHVILLE
#TN439309
Perry, Tennessee
4,213.00 acres
4213 ACRES WITHIN MINUTES OF I-40 AND ONE HOUR FROM NASHVILLE AND ABOUT 20 MINUTES FROM THE TENNESSEE RIVER. THREE NAMED CREEKS ARE ON THIS LAND AND ARE GREAT FOR THE DEER AND TURKEY POPULATION. THE 3 CREEKS ARE TERRAPIN CREEK, SOUTH FORK OF BLUE CREEK AND RED BANK CREEK. THIS FARM IS PRODUCING 160" BUCKS, THE LODGE IS ONE OF A KIND, SEE 3D VIEW********(COPY AND PASTE) [Web Link listed above]?tour=8577 THIS PROPERTY HAS OVER 40 MILES OF INTERIOR ROADS. BEAUTIFUL GATED ENTRANCE WITH ASPHALT DRIVE TO TAKE YOU UP THE ROLLING HILLS. ONCE TO THE TOP, HARDWOODS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ROADS. MAIN INTERIOR ROAD TAKES YOU TO THE TRACTOR SHED AND SIDEXSIDE AND 4 WHEELER SHED AND THEN HIDDEN DOWN THE PATH NORTH BRINGS YOU TO THIS ONE OF A KIND LODGE. THE PROPERTY HAS BEEN TROPHY MANAGED FOR 10 YEARS AND THE LAND IS PRODUCING LARGE BUCKS, TURKEY ARE EVERYWHERE. TO SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF PROPERTY, CONTACT BRAD HAWKINS WITH MOSSY OAK PROPERTIES 731 610 2473
(mixed use recreational, timberland, development 6000 Sq. Ft. cabin built in 2013, 5 MINUTES FROM HUMPHREYS COUNTY LINE AND 10 MINUTES SOUTH OF THE LORETTA LYNN EXIT, biking trails hiking trails equestrian trails ATV trails squirrel rabbit small game whitetail deer quail upland game bird watching outbuilding road frontage)
$5,500,000
1,966 Acres - Yellow Creek Farms - Dickson County, TN
#TN483737
Dickson, Tennessee
1,966.00 acres
Yellow Creek Farms is one of the finest hunting, fishing, and outdoor
recreation opportunities in Middle Tennessee. Located in Dickson
County, TN, Yellow Creek Farms is a 1966+/- acre rare offering. Yellow
Creek Farms is located 47 miles west of Downtown Nashville, 56 miles
from Nashville International Airport, and 44 miles from Franklin, TN.
Dickson County has a population of approximately 54,000, with the city
of Dickson having the largest population within the county of
approximately 15,500. The Dickson County Municipal Airport with a
5000 Foot Runway is located 5.4 miles from Yellow Creek Farms. Once
a dairy cattle farm, the current owners of Yellow Creek Farms have
created a diverse wildlife habitat through years of extensive habitat
management. A quality deer management program has been
extensively implemented to produce mature trophy white-tailed deer
on a yearly basis. The owners have managed the property to provide
adequate cover habitat and food plots to sustain a healthy wildlife
population. Turkey hunting on Yellow Creek Farms rivals anywhere in
the southeast. The habitat allows successful hatches for turkeys from
year to year, and the current turkey population is significant.
Successful migratory bird hunting has been established with strategic
crop plantings. The native grass plantings and natural habitat provide
an ideal opportunity to release quail for fast paced upland bird
shooting.

There are 3 homes on the property. Located outside the front gate is
an approximately 1890 SF Ranch Style Brick home with 4 bedrooms and
2 Bathrooms. A perfect home for a farm manager, this home was
completely remodeled in 2016 and this 20.86-acre tract offers privacy
from the main part of the property. Upon entering the main gate, one
will encounter an entertainment dream. Approximately 5328 SF, this
custom-built lodge features a commercial kitchen, vast open rooms and
wet bar for entertaining, bedrooms, bunkroom, and office. The lodge
and shops have been equipped with city water and natural gas as well
as underground electric. Located on the hill overlooking the main
valley of the farm is a log home featuring 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
This log home also overlooks an approximately 4-acre lake stocked with
bass, crappie, and bluegill.

A significant feature of the farm that provides a tremendous benefit to
the wildlife is the available water throughout the property, including
numerous ponds and creeks to provide year-round water. There is well
over 1000 acres of mature marketable timber throughout the property.
With over 100 miles of roads and trails, Yellow Creek Farms provides
recreational and equine trail riding galore. In 2019, the owners
purchased 2 tracts from neighboring landowners, adding access to the
property from a paved county road on the rear of the property.
The property has several shops and equipment storage improvements.
The main 50 X 100 shop with full 16X100 lean-tos on both sides
features a walk-in cooler for hanging and aging game meat. This shop
also features a game cleaning area with electric winches and cold/hot
water spigots. There is also a 36X72 shop, a 30X76 shop, and a
36X60 3 sided equipment shed. Across the creek from the main lodge
there is a 40X60 structure with a 40X 45 open pavilion that the
owners utilize as a shooting and skeet range. This building also features
a 15X40 enclosed storage area. There is adequate storage for all
recreational vehicles, tractors, and implements.

Yellow Creek Farms offers privacy and seclusion, while being minutes
from the city. With the abundance of food, water, habitat and privacy
that allow wildlife to thrive, its clear that Yellow Creek Farms is a
phenomenal recreational hunting property in all of the outdoor
seasons.

For information please contact Owner/Agent Shane Alexander at 615-293-5014
$9,000,000
Premier Hunting Destination Near Indian Mound TN
#TN469583
Stewart, Tennessee
2,500.00 acres
A premier hunting opportunity located in TN's #1 county for producing big deer. Prime location to build a hunting lodge or retreat with thousands of acres to hunt deer and turkey. Fronts 2 state highways and 2 county roads. Numerous ponds, 2 spring-fed, year-round creeks, and 40-acre +/- lake being built. 1000 +/- acres of mature white oaks, hardwoods, and pines. 500 acres of organic crop ground. Numerous food plots. 15+ miles of internal roads to access the property. Owner is willing to subdivide.
$8,000,000
Devil Rock Farm 2578+/- Acres of Lakes, Ponds, Spring Streams and Breathtaking Bluff Views
#TN401811
Bledsoe, Tennessee
2,578.00 acres
Devil Rock Farm rivals any State Park in Tennessee. Features include a two mile bluff, two 10+ acres professionally stocked spring fed lakes, four 1/2 to 2 acre stocked spring fed ponds, 120ft year-round waterfall, numerous creeks, 10+ springs originate on the property, plantation pines, mature harvestable hardwoods, barns, homes, Devil Rock for exploration, a trail system that spans 22 miles and 20 years of land stewardship make this property one of the most unique properties on the Cumberland Plateau.
Devil Rock Farm sits on the western wall of the Sequatchie Valley. Elevations on the farm reach heights just over 2000ft that provide breathtaking views for miles of the valley and the Western Wall known as Walden Ridge.
A legacy farm with an array of activities to enjoy, all with intrinsic differences. Not many farms can boast the features listed above all in one contiguous tract.
Target wildlife species are in abundance and the deer herd has been properly maintained by the owners and the farm manager, Bobby Worthington. Bobby is a North American Whitetail author and world champion archer. Bobby has maintained the farm for 28 years and would welcome the opportunity to continue his duties.
The lakes, stocked by the state 20 years ago, produce eight to ten pound bass and one of the smaller ponds has been stocked with catfish.
Greenfields and food plots are strategically placed throughout the lower lying areas and in the midst of the hardwoods on the ridgetop. Owner planted 2000 sawtooth oaks on the field perimeters that produce massive amounts of acorns and five miles of heavy cover on the field perimeters.
Being located on the Cumberland Plateau the property provides four distinctively beautiful seasons. Colorful springs, as evidenced in the pictures, warm summers, crisp autumns and mild winters. The 2000ft elevation allows for more comfortable temperatures and much lower humidity.
This is a self sufficient property in uncertain times. The main ranch style home is located at the end of a dead end providing end of road privacy. Both barns have electricity, one has a well, and both sit unseen from the road. The property has two other access points as well.
With the stunning views, recreation and conservation easement possibilities I sure hope this property goes to a buyer with conservation-minded philosophies.
Pikeville is a short drive for necessities and Nashville is a little over two hours, Chattanooga is one hour and fifteen minutes and Knoxville one hour and forty five minutes.
Short helicopter ride from Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga with plenty of landing areas. Property has a landing strip that has been claimed by young timber but could easily be reclaimed.

Please take a moment to watch the video and utilize the aerial interactive map.
Call agent Tom Sullivan for more information 615-519-2993
$5,750,000
Clifton Bend
#TN720861
Decatur, Tennessee
1,232.00 acres
Located on the bank of the Tennessee River in Decatur County, Clifton Bend is a richly diverse landscape consisting of 1,232 acres. With 415 acres of fertile farmland generating $52,000 of annual income, this property provides an attractive mix of recreational and income-producing lands. The water resources are astounding with a 100+ acre natural cypress lake and 2+ miles of Tennessee River frontage. The topography is equally as interesting with the impressive geological limestone bluff that provides huge views from the back porch of the lodge. Built in 2018, the lodge is 1,600 square feet constructed of locally sourced wood products. The northern half of Clifton Bend is rolling mixed hardwood forests with scattered food plots and hayfields throughout. With the abundance of edge, food, water, habitat, and privacy that allow wildlife to thrive, its no secret that Clifton Bend is a phenomenal recreational hunting property in all of the outdoor seasons. Clifton Bend is located only two hours from Nashville, TN and Huntsville, AL and it is a short 10-minute drive to the small community of Clifton, TN.
$4,750,000
Larger Tract With Larger Potential On Multiple Fronts Near Robbins
#TN463975
Scott, Tennessee
3,722.00 acres
Large tracts with this much potential do not come along often. Strong timber value, great boundary and interior road system, multiple oil and gas wells with lease income, strong wildlife presence and recreation options, along with solar development and/or conservation easement or carbon credit opportunities. Close to services and numerous recreational choices, this one deserves a strong look and consideration on many fronts.
$4,548,723
Mountain Vista Estates
#TN366439
Cumberland, Tennessee
158.00 acres
Mountain Vista Estates . . . a place to call home. The mountain views are spectacular! And it borders Daddys Creek. Located in the historical Homestead area, just minutes from town. Paved roads, underground utilities-SEWER INCLUDED!!! Yes, plus water, electricity, gas & cable. Deed restricted subdivision. Creek front lots, pond lots, cul-de-sac lots, wooded lots. Property has many lots ready for sale and approx. 78.33 acres ready to develop. Check this out today!
$4,500,000
Mountain Vista Estates
#TN591768
Cumberland, Tennessee
158.00 acres
Mountain Vista Estates . . . a place to call home. The mountain views are spectacular! And it borders Daddys Creek. Located in the historical Homestead area, just minutes from town. Paved roads, underground utilities-SEWER INCLUDED!!! Yes, plus water, electricity, gas & cable. Deed restricted subdivision. Creek front lots, pond lots, cul-de-sac lots, wooded lots. Property has many lots ready for sale and approx. 78.33 acres ready to develop. Check this out today!
$4,500,000