Off grid 105 acres of timberland Pickett County, Tennessee

Pickett County, Tennessee: 105 acres located atop Goodman Ridge, overlooking the Wolf River Valley at the head of Shellotte Creek

Spectacular views of hardwood timber forested land during all four seasons of spring blossoms, summer greenery, autumn foliage, and pristine winter scenes; clean air and clean water

Real estate tax assessed for 2016: $174.34

Looking into the remote mountains of Kentucky to the north, with numerous building sites; young timber, excellent deer and turkey hunting, ATV trails, year-round spring water

Isolated private access gated land at the end of the road (see map): presently off-grid, but with utilities connected to adjacent land; final utility pole positioned at the gate to the property for easy connection to electricity and fiber-optic broadband, and graded flat area cleared for solar panel installation, if desired

Driving time of 2-3 hours to Nashville, Chattanooga, Bowling Green, Lexington; 5 hours to the Great Smoky Mountains

Nearby the Daniel Boone National Forest, Pickett State Park and State Forest, Big South Fork National Recreation Area, Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park and Marina, Lake Cumberland, Alvin C. York State Historical Park, Standing Stone State Park, Colditz Cove State Natural Area, Mammoth Cave with 400 miles of underground passages, Lake Cumberland Speedway, Dale Hollow National Fish Hatchery, Appalachian Center for Crafts, and more

Excellent fishing at Dale Hollow Lake, where the current world-record smallmouth bass was caught of 11 pounds, 15 ounces; hiking trails, caving, rock climbing, whitewater rafting and canoeing, river tubing, kayaking, mountain biking trails, horseback riding, all-terrain vehicle trails, free live bluegrass music, Kentucky and Tennessee bourbon distilleries, micro-breweries, winery vineyards, houseboat rentals, water skiing, jet skiing, wake-boarding, horse racing, barbeque festivals, scenic motorcycle trails, golf courses, theatrical performances

Closest city is Jamestown, Tennessee, one-time home of Mark Twain; Pall Mall is the home of World War I hero Sergeant Alvin C. York; nearby Byrdstown is the home of Cordell Hull, the father of the United Nations as the author of its constitution while serving as U.S. Secretary of State in 1945; Davy Crockett’s Camp