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5.04 Acres | Located in Overton County, TN

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Discounted Cash Price

$14,950 $19,320
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$340 For 48 Months
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Description

Are you looking for a quiet and tranquil setting? This gently sloped wooded 5.04-acre property with abundant wildlife is your answer. Build a home, place a Double-wide or a Tiny home on the property. Bring the horse and ride around on all the country roads. Conveniently located, 18-minutes to Monterey and 41-minutes to Cookeville. Country living at its best but still close to surrounding towns. Well and Septic will need to be installed. Overton County straddles the Eastern Highland Rim, and generally consists of low, rolling hills divided by narrow creek valleys. The backwaters of Dale Hollow Lake, namely the Mitchell Creek and Big Eagle Creek sections, spill over into the northern part of the county. Valued at $19,320 get it for $14,950 cash.

Property Information

Parcel Size

5.04

State

Tennessee

County

Overton

Nearest Cities

Monterey

Parcel #

118-170.00

Address

55170 Maynard Ridge Ln Crawford, TN 38554

Legal Description

5.04 acres; Tract #120 of the Ledges at Steel Tram Ridge

Property Taxes

$83.26

Features

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Acres

5.04

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County

Overton

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Subdivision

Exists

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Access

Gravel

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Power

Needed

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Water

Well and Septic needed

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Coordinates

36.233865, -85.124053

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Zoning

None

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Elevation

1784 FT

Nearby Cities / Attractions

Overton County TN

Standing Stone State Park is located in Standing Stone State Forest on the Cumberland Plateau. The park takes its name from the Standing Stone, a 12-foot-tall rock standing upright on a sandstone ledge, which was supposedly used as a boundary line between two Indian nations. When the rock fell, the Indians placed a portion of it upon an improvised monument to preserve it. The stone is still preserved in nearby Monterey, Tenn.