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Beautiful heavily wooded property nestled in the mountains of Tennessee, you’ll find this 5.42 acre lot perfect for a private getaway or permanent residence. Dreaming of that perfect rustic, mountain cabin or home, this lot may be your answer. Site built or modular homes are allowed with a minimum size restriction of 900 Square feet. Well and septic will need to be installed – Power running at the street. Centrally located within an hour of Crossville, Jamestown, or Cookeville you can find shopping and medical needs in any direction. Local schools are within 30 minutes of the property. The area is bursting with natural beauty and recreation. Cool off on the hotter days by rafting or kayaking at Catoosa Wildlife Management Area or the Obed Wild and Scenic River. Hike along the trails at Colditz Cove State Natural Area or Burgess Falls State Park. Take to horseback at East Fork Stables and find many trails only available on horseback. Take to the greens in Crossville, known as the Golf Capital of TN. A 2 ½ hour drive will put you in heart of Knoxville or Music City (Nashville) for even more adventure for you to explore. Owner Financing Available.
Buckeye Ln, Wilder, TN 38589
Lot #91 Bobcat Point At Wilder Mountain (Phase I)
Overhead Utilities at street
Well and septic needs installed
Fairly level in front – Varies further back
HOA Fee (Annually)
$200 for road maintenance
Nearby Cities / Attractions
Burgess Falls State Park
Burgess Falls, one of Middle Tennessee’s beloved treasures is located on the Falling Water River with an abundance of natural beauty, four waterfalls that cascade down from over 250 feet in elevation and views for days. The area was originally populated by Native Americans of the Cherokee, Creek and Chickasaw tribes. Not only can you drive to and hike Burgess Falls, it is also accessible by water. Kayak, boat or ride jet skis to the bottom of this giant waterfall or take a dip to cool off in the hot summer months.
If you are hiking in the park, the last waterfall is the most spectacular, plunging more than 130 feet into the gorge. Once you view it from the deck, you can hike to the top of it! If you’re up for it, there is a strenuous hike, but the view at the bottom of the trail is well worth every single step! Once you reach the bottom, you will be standing at the very top of the largest waterfall in Burgess Falls State Park. While this water fall is the centerpiece of the park, don’t forget to check out the butterfly garden tucked away in a parking lot on the way out and don’t forget to check out the newly-opened Window Cliffs State Natural Area, with pretty cool rock arches and formations. Whether you’re by the water, standing on an overlook deck or peeking through the trees, this place has some amazing views!
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