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Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY)
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY)
American Forest Management, Inc.
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$937,500 625 acres
Dunlap, Tennessee 37365 - Sequatchie County

625 acres Dunlap, TN

+/- 625 acres off Daus Mountain Road in Sequatchie and Grundy Counties, TN. Nice views with creeks and some hardwood timber. Excellent hunting and recreation tract with many potential home building sites. Would make a spectacular secluded estate or could be converted to pasture for a horse or cattle farm. Please call Mike Williford at 423-544-8779 for more information!
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$2,329,250 1,331 acres
Crab Orchard, Tennessee 38571 - Cumberland County

1,331 acres Crab Orchard, TN

This property is composed of hardwoods and young planted pine. The property has an excellent system of graveled interior roads. There is approximately 1,200 feet of creek frontage. The property shows excellent potential for dimensional building stone reserves as evident from existing geological formations, previous mining of smaller quarries on the property and by quarries which exist in the general area of the property. The majority of the property is flat to gently sloping with some steep areas along the creeks. There are numerous sites with the potential for ponds or small lakes. The property abounds with wildlife, especially deer and turkey. A portion of the boundary, approximately 2,000 ft., borders Interstate 40. Public water is avail
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$1,892,325 1,097 acres
Crossville, Tennessee 38572 - Cumberland County

1,097 acres Crossville, TN

1097 acres of a prime investment, development, recreation timberland property located in the Cumberland Plateau near Crossville in Cumberland County, Tennessee. This gently rolling tract contains a mixture of timber types which will provide the owner income over the next 20 years if desired. Several drainages contain mature hardwoods with two perennial creeks on the tract. All utilities except sewer are located on Taylor's Chapel Road at the tract entrance. The tract has some nice views of the surrounding Cumberland Plateau and the site would be highly suitable to convert many acres into farm or pasture, after the pine timber is cut. Excellent wildlife habitat now exists for many wildlife species.
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$6,000,750 5,715 acres
Crossville, Tennessee 38555 - Cumberland County

5,715 acres Crossville, TN

Located near Crossville and Knoxville, Tennessee, the SA Series H tract offers great views, hardwood timber and numerous development and recreation opportunities. Several year-round creeks flow through the property which features broad, nearly level flats on the east side transitioning into higher slopes on Black Mountain along the western edge. This undeveloped tract is adjacent to the Cumberland Trail, has nearly a mile of road frontage on Highway 68 and deeded accesses along the eastern and southern boundaries. Conveniently located near golf courses, state parks, shopping, easy access to I-40, Watts Bar Lake and local attractions, the SA Series H tract has potential for recreational or residential development, agriculture, forestry or mi
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$40,000 4 acres
Monteagle, Tennessee 37356 - Grundy County

4 acres Monteagle, TN

Check out this amazing +/- 4.12 acre tract that has double Hwy exposure along Hwy 41.This tract is zoned as residential.The North side has approx. 0.14 miles of Hwy 41 road frontage, as well as, Laurel Trails Rd.It is also boarders along both sides of Nickajack Trl. The South side has approx. 0.11 miles of Hwy 41 road frontage, as well as, bordering both Dubose Street and North Scenic Road. Acreage reflects both Tax and GIS acreage. A recent property survey will need to be performed at buyer’s expense to determine exact acreage of tract. Price will be adjusted to reflect surveyed acreage.Tract can be purchased as a whole for $10,000.00/acre or $12,000.00/acre if only one side is preferred. Utilities are available.
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$819,625 415 acres
Chuckey, Tennessee 37681 - Greene County

415 acres Chuckey, TN

415-acre tract adjacent to the Knobs section of the Graysburg Hills Golf Course in Greene County, Tennessee. The tract contains about 110 acres of pasture and another 50 acres of old, abandoned pasture that now is converting to forest. The stand of trees/vegetation appears to be 10-20 years old and could be converted back to pasture which would require significant dozer work. The remainder is wooded with some excellent views of the golf course, mountains and Tennessee ridges. Excellent tract for investment, farming and hunting.
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$747,200 467 acres
Deer Lodge, Tennessee 37726 - Morgan County

467 acres Deer Lodge, TN

This tract has gently rolling topography with the highest elevations offering excellent panoramic veiws of the area. It is situated in an area with well-kept farms adjacent to the tract. The uplands contain mostly seven-year-old planted pine with the drains covered in hardwood. Several nice size creeks bisect the tract, and they appear suitable for ponds. A nice 10-acre lake already exists. Soils are suitable for conversion to agricultural land if that is an option. All minerals convey with the tract, and proven oil and gas operations are all around the tract.
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$1,009,800 535 acres
Dayton, Tennessee 37321 - Rhea County

535 acres Dayton, TN

This prime tract of timberland/private retreat is just minutes from downtown Dayton, Tennessee. The tract is 100% wooded, with most of the acreage containing mature upland hardwood. Most of the acreage is moderately sloping to steep with some acreage on the paved frontage of Back Valley Road that is gently sloped. This area was planted in pines just a few years ago and can easily be converted to pasture. The tract also borders the beautiful Laurel Snow State Park, which also contains access to the Cumberland Trail. Call for timber information.
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$394,875 243 acres
Crossville, Tennessee 38572 - Cumberland County

243 acres Crossville, TN

Newly listed 244-acre tract in southern Cumberland County. The flat ridges are planted with ten-year-old pine, which will provide income in the future, or could be converted to pasture/cropland with relative ease. The drainages and side slopes are covered with mature hardwoods and hemlocks. A twenty-foot-wide perennial stream, Little Cane Creek, borders a portion of the south side of the tract and another large perennial stream, Miller Branch, bisects the western 1/3 of the tract. The offering contains abundant road frontage with 5600 feet on Newton Lane and 2000 feet on Newton Road. The tract could easily be divided into several 40- to 60-acre farms, with all utilities except sewer in place.
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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$210,900 111 acres
Rockwood, Tennessee 37854 - Cumberland County

111 acres Rockwood, TN

Tract 1008 is a very attractive tract situated minutes from I-40 Airport Road exit, west of Harriman and Rockwood, Tennessee. Located in Cumberland County, the property contains 27 acres of natural hardwoods and 80 acres of planted Loblolly pine that was thinned in 2012. The highest point on the tract is cleared and offers excellent views of the surrounding Plateau and Walden Ridge. The property is very private and could be used for a homesite, investment, timber production and wildlife. Water and utilities are available at the road frontage, and a well-maintained woods road accesses the tract very well. The tract is gated and leased, so appointments are necessary to see the tract.
Jake Almond, Broker-in-Charge (TN and WV), Principal Broker (KY) American Forest Management, Inc.
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