177.5 acres with Custom Home in Linden, TN

Perry County Tennessee
$1,200,000
177+/- Acres

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Property Information

ID: 22129
Status: Available
Price: $1,200,000
Acres: 177 +/-
Price Per Acre: $6,780
Address: 2182 Highway 100
City, State: Linden, Tennessee
County: Perry
ZIP Code: 37096
Presented By: James Spencer
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,000
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3

Description

Custom built luxury home with rustic touches strategically placed beside a Tennessee waterfall surrounded by acres and acres of gorgeous rolling timber.  This Linden, Tennessee tract is located in Perry County approximately 1.5 hours from the Nashville/Brentwood/Franklin area.  This tract offers an off the main road privacy not often found in some farms in the area.  The seclusion factor with this unique home is particularly high and the acreage around it gives you feeling of being off grid yet with the conveniences of high end living.  A private drive with a creek running beside it lines the entrance to the home.  A 2,000 sq ft 4 year old, custom built home awaits at the end of the drive.  A Smart Board exterior home with stone on the outside with a huge deck overlooking the waterfall is the first thing you see.  Once inside, you can't help but intrigued by the 24 ft ceiling and Douglas fir beams that make the interior of this home so appealing and inviting.  No quality was spared in the finishing of the interior of the house, including water proof flooring, custom lighting, a see-through stone lined fireplace and high end Bosch and THOR appliances in the kitchen.  The kitchen also boast a stone farm sink and leathered granite countertops.  The 8 ft doors and 8 x 4 western window panels allow for natural light to illuminate the interior main setting.  


This rural and recreational tract offers everything the particular sportsman may want in a primary residence or rustic get-away.  There are numerous springs located throughout the property, and although most of the property is timbered with mature trees, there is a large open field with deer and turkey stand opportunities.  The pond and waterfall are a huge bonus just off from the house.  There is a family of ducks that live on the property and there is a feeling of natural peace when having a cup of coffee on the back deck listening to the trickle of the waterfall.  There are existing roads and pathways cut throughout this property which proves to be extremely valuable.  You can hike or ride 4-wheelers over the entire farm and it feels much bigger than the actual acreage proves.  The owners have enjoyed the privacy of this getaway for many years and are planning to keep a small portion of this farm (on one side) so that they might build another small cabin in the future.  Currently, a survey is being completed to allow us to have an exact acreage count that should leave the selling portion acreage somewhere in the +/- 177.5 acre range.  

There are several options regarding entertainment close to this spectacular tract of land.  There are Tennessee wineries scattered amongst the valley and hollows of Middle TN as well as fantastic fishing on the Buffalo River.  The Buffalo River resort is located in nearby Lobelville, TN and features hiking, canoeing, backpacking, tubing, and kayaking directly there on the Buffalo River.  Mousetail Landing is also close by featuring fantastic fishing on the Tennessee River.  Please inquire with the agent regarding all questions surrounding the amenities in this area, so we can send you all useful links.

Contact Jamie Spencer for more info.  Buyers should be pre-approved with bank letter sent to jspencer@mossyoakproperties.com prior to scheduling a showing. 

Additional Information

wildlife

  • turkey
  • whitetail deer

recreation

  • atv trails
  • bird watching
  • hiking trails

water access

  • creek
  • pond

rights

  • mineral
  • water

improvements

  • garage
  • pond
  • other

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