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Land and Home for Sale in Middle Tennessee
Breathtaking Views in Kingston Springs, TN
This family farm of 101 with beautiful views is being offered as 1 parcel or can be divided into smaller tracts to fit your needs, all with their own personal river frontage. It is situated on the famed HARPETH RIVER. You can see the “NARROWS OF THE HARPETH” from the property. You are just minutes from downtown Nashville, TN and Dickson, TN. CONVENIENCE OF THE BIG CITY WITH THE PEACE AND QUIET OF COUNTRY LIFE…
It comes with a small brick home and outbuildings that would make a great weekendgetaway or with a little TLC would make a good starter home. There are several potential building sites for you to possibly build your dream home or your weekend getaway cabin.
This property is roughly 60% wooded and has a lot of nice mature trees. It has some pasture up top behind the home and approximately 40 acres of flat land in the rear of the property directly on the river, referred to by the family as the “Island”. The island has been used to raise corn and hay. It is currently used to produce hay. This would make an excellent hunting retreat with an abundance of wildlife or an amazing recreational getaway. This is a haven for all types of wildlife. There are breathtaking views withwaterfalls and even a cave on this property.
This property is accessible by an UTV only.
Hunting or Recreational Property in Middle Tennessee
Located in Kingston Springs, TN
This property will make a great hunting or recreational property. Imagine sitting in a deer stand or in a turkey blind waiting on that Trophy Buck or that Thanksgiving Turkey to cross your path. If hunting is not your thing, imagine putting a canoe in the river at your private beach area on the river and just floating away down the Harpeth River towards one of the many attractions in Kingston Springs, “The Narrows of the Harpeth” . TheNarrows of the Harpeth can be seen from the back of the property and is about a half mile float down the river and boasts The Montgomery Bell Tunnel, also known as the Patterson Forge Tunnel. It was constructed to divert water for industrial purposes in 1819. The Golf Club of TN is nearby and is ranked in the top 50 golf courses in America. There are several canoe rentals places that offer tours, or you can bring your own canoe or kayak and fish as you float the river.
Investment Potential in Middle Tennessee
Timber in Kingston Springs, TN
This property will make a great investment property. It has lots of very nice mature trees and has the potential to be logged for a substantial gain without losing its integrity or beauty.
Town of Kingston Springs, TN
Rich History of Kingston Springs, TN
This area is rich with history from early settlers and has grown tremendously over the years because of its proximity to the river, which was used as a major thoroughfare in the early settlement days. Kingston Springs is located in Cheatham County TN. The population of Kingston Springs is around 2750. It also has many Historical attractions making it a destination stop when visiting nearby Nashville, TN (only 20 miles away up I-40 east). Kingston Springs enjoys a diverse local economy with employment found primarily through both white-collar jobs in neighboring communities, and local arts and music culture. Of the major private employers near Kingston Springs, Vanderbilt University, St. Thomas Health Systems, and A.O. Smith, have all held a steady workforce for the past three years. Additionally, some employers have experienced hiring and wage increases within the past fiscal year.
Convenience of Kingston Springs, TN
The town is well-situated among other larger cities in the region; Nashville (twenty miles), Dickson (seventeen miles), and Brentwood (twenty-one miles) are all within a thirty-minute drive from Kingston Springs. Kingston Springs is easily accessible via Interstate 40 and State Route 70, both which run through the jurisdictional limits of the town.
Attractions of Kingston Springs, TN
Tourism is also a major economic driver in Kingston Springs. The town enjoys nearby canoe and zip-lining facilities. It has three hotel facilities and The Golf Club of Tennessee, which is ranked in the top 50 courses in the world.
The area is noted for its ecological preservation, diversity of species, and natural beauty. Many of the residents of Kingston Springs have chosen to live in the community for its wooded and natural resources.