Sale Pending. Tennessee Land For Sale Between Hampshire & Hohenwald, TN, Near The Natchez Trace Parkway For Sale, 41.95 Acres. Located on a small gravel road with road frontage on 3 sides. Off of Ridgetop Road in Lewis County, TN. The land for sale is flat to rolling to hilly terrain. It is all wooded land and the timber was mostly cut off of it in about 2007 or so. The owner does not want to, BUT the land could easily be subdivided into several smaller tracts if so desired because of the long road frontage it has. Numerous potential places to build on if so desired, however the land is a long ways from electricity. The land is located on small gravel roads not county maintained. Great hunting tract as well. Priced for quick sale due to some job changes in the owner's life. Now is the Principal Broker and also Listing Broker, , email is allen at tennesseeland dot com
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Waynesboro, Tennessee, the seat of Wayne County, located in an enchanting region of south central Tennessee, bordering the Alabama line. Served by US Highway 64, & State Highway 13 and is apx. 95 miles southwest of Nashville, & 130 miles east of Memphis & apx. 40 miles S of I-40 from the Camden-Parson exit Hwy. 641S & apx. 40 miles N of Florence, Ala. In the TVA power service area, it features some of the lowest electric rates in the nation. A favored hunting ground in its earlier days, Wayne County is the second largest county in land area and with the least population per square mile in Tennessee. With 474,240 acres, it is a land of hills, fields, lotsa forests and clear cool streams. Three rivers, the Tennessee, Buffalo and Green, flow through the County as well as the famed Natchez Trace Parkway. Agriculture, lumber and forest products are major factors in the economy. This is a region of lovely scenery and unparalleled recreation. Hunting for deer, turkey and small game is very rewarding, and a Tennessee Wildlife Refuge is in the County & the County borders the famed Tennessee River. Nearby are Pickwick, Wilson and Wheeler Lakes on the Tennessee River and Laurel Hill Lake for fishing, boating, and other water sports, while numerous streams and ponds delight the angler. Picnicking, camping, hiking and other activities can be enjoyed. Natural wonders such as the unique Natural Bridge are here, where Davy Crockett reportedly gave his first political speech. Rockhounds and amateur archaeologists can find Indian arrowheads and other artifacts and there are some caves here to see as well. This region has a small mountainous area, like a small version of the Smokey Mountains, but without the commercialism and crowding. In the valleys are rich soils which grow corn, soybeans, all kinds of vegetables, hay and pasture. The region is also noted for its cattle operations and horses. Check OUT OUR WEB Site For More State & Local Info & to see all of our listings dot tennesseeland dot org