40+/- acres - known locally as “up on Wheeler Mountain”, one of an 800 ft.
range of ridges that rise south of the Tennessee River. Though short as
mountains go, the temperature at the top is noticeably cooler than in the
river valley below.
Property entrance is at the termination of a rural public road. From there
the quarter mile entry drive continues through woodland near the northern
edge of the property, coming out into a seven acre meadow. On the southern
side of the meadow, the land drops slowly away to a stream cut ravine faced
on it’s east side by bluffs. This pond fed, wet weather stream flows over
the lip of a good sized, east facing Native American rock shelter.
Deer, quail, and wild turkey abound: azaleas, rhododendron, wild scuppernong
and muscadine grapes, blackberries, wild roses and passion flowers - in
season. Also, its a great spot for watching meteor showers, and there are
hiking trails in the neighboring 413 acre Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve.
Remote from the stress of city life, but within 30 minutes of diverse retail
access. The area is rich in cultural and artistic opportunities, including
a symphony orchestra and a touring concert series, two theatre companies, a
mid sized university, two small art museums, and several music, craft and
art fairs each year. There are two country clubs in the area, and its just
27 miles to the two newest courses on the world famous Robert Trent Jones
Wide selection of physicians and surgeons practicing at three hospitals and
within a 2 hour drive of major medical centers in Memphis, Nashville and
On premises: clean 2 bedroom mobile home with heat, window air
conditioners, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, 14X20 covered, freestanding
deck. Handy for use while building and/or as future guest accommodations.
Connections for phone, electricity and water already in place. Septic tank.
Historically low property tax area