Bring your friends and relatives to settle with you on this beautiful, secluded 217 acre farm nestled in the gently rolling hills of middle Tennessee. Two already established homes are ready for occupancy while another perfect home site is cleared and ready for home construction with a new barn already in place.

The natural features of this property include a creek, two springs, 30 open acres, (fenced and hay land), a 5 acre garden area to which no chemicals have been applied in at least the last 20 years, an orchard and a hardwood forest situated on a quiet, rural road north of Dickson, TN.

Within the last 3 years, the owner has added a rustic 1920 sq ft’ home with a 1500 sq’ porch. In addition to 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, the house features a “cook’s kitchen”, a hobby room and office. One of the bedrooms is a private suite separated from the remainder of the house with an outside entrance.

The home is served by underground electricity. Hot water and heat are supplied by an outdoor wood burning furnace. A windmill is in place atop the well.

Added amenities include an 8’ deer fence surrounding the garden area, a 30 x 60 hay shed/run in barn, a 60 x65 shed with concrete floor, and a 24 x 165’ equipment shed, a 4 stanchion milk house equipped for milk handling and wash-up, and a barn (mentioned above).

A 3 bedroom/2 bath mobile home is installed in a private area nestled among majestic trees.

The deer and turkeys are kind enough to share this farm with the owner. Deer are so abundant that he has a permit to hunt deer year-round. Since the garden is fenced, the owner can enjoy watching the deer from his porch as they make their trek to the creek. This is, indeed, a homesteader/hunter’s paradise.

Optional Business Property ($325,000)

Situated out of sight of the house on adjoining 3 acres, this commercial building, designed by Glen Graber (Graber Post Buildings) is set up for sale of metal roofing and siding. 2,600 sq ft of the total 13,000 sq ft building are heated and air conditioned office, store and commercial kitchen space. Although perfectly set-up for metal sales, the building could easily be converted to another type of business, church and/or apartments.

Survival Features
Security
Fenced or Gated
Sustainability
Barn, Fenced Pasture, Fields, Garden, Marketable Timber
Water
Stream or Pond, Well or Spring
Power
Grid Connected
Communication
Cell, Internet, Phone, Satellite
Access
Year Round Road
Surroundings
Large Properties
Home Features

Location

Listing Information

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