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Downtown Chattanooga Investment Opportunity

0 Mark Twain Circle, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406

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0.26Acres
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! .26+/- acre level lot with utilities available including city water and EPB-FIBER OPTICS. Enjoy a CONVENIENT location: 7 minutes to Hwy 153, 8 minutes to Chattanooga Airport, 12 minutes to Downtown Chattanooga and 12 minutes to shopping and dining at Hamilton Place.
$10,000

Downtown Chattanooga Investment Opportunity

0 Mark Twain Circle, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406
0.26Acres
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! .26+/- acre level lot with utilities available including city water and EPB-FIBER OPTICS. Enjoy a CONVENIENT location: 7 minutes to Hwy 153, 8 minutes to Chattanooga Airport, 12 minutes to Downtown Chattanooga and 12 minutes to shopping and dining at Hamilton Place.
$10,000

Downtown Chattanooga Investment Opportunity

0 Mark Twain Circle, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406
$10,000

Amazing Lot Close To Lake, Must See Photos! Rhea County, TN

Cypress Dr., Spring City, Tennessee 37381

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0.48Acres
The Town of Spring City is rich in natural resources, scenic wonders, and southern hospitality. Located in Rhea County, Spring City is home to Watts Bar Lake with over 780 miles of shoreline. As part of the Cumberland Plateau, Spring City also enjoys rolling hills for your hiking pleasure.
$8,997

Amazing Lot Close To Lake, Must See Photos! Rhea County, TN

Cypress Dr., Spring City, Tennessee 37381
0.48Acres
The Town of Spring City is rich in natural resources, scenic wonders, and southern hospitality. Located in Rhea County, Spring City is home to Watts Bar Lake with over 780 miles of shoreline. As part of the Cumberland Plateau, Spring City also enjoys rolling hills for your hiking pleasure.
$8,997

Amazing Lot Close To Lake, Must See Photos! Rhea County, TN

Cypress Dr., Spring City, Tennessee 37381
$8,997

Tennessee, Decatur County, 11.50 Acre

Lot 25 Sweet Water Ranch, Holladay, Tennessee 38341

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11.50Acres
Sweet Water Ranch,Lot 2511.50 AcreSweet Water Ranch is the perfect place to build a rural homestead or cabin in the woods. Not only is the land beautiful, but you'll also have access to some of Tennessee's most popular cities with just a short drive away. There is a beautiful creek running east and west through several tracts.This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
$55,493

Tennessee, Decatur County, 11.50 Acre

Lot 25 Sweet Water Ranch, Holladay, Tennessee 38341
11.50Acres
Sweet Water Ranch,Lot 2511.50 AcreSweet Water Ranch is the perfect place to build a rural homestead or cabin in the woods. Not only is the land beautiful, but you'll also have access to some of Tennessee's most popular cities with just a short drive away. There is a beautiful creek running east and west through several tracts.This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
$55,493

Tennessee, Decatur County, 11.50 Acre

Lot 25 Sweet Water Ranch, Holladay, Tennessee 38341
$55,493

Cherokee Lake View Building Lot in Bayside

Lot 27 Bayside Blvd., Bean Station, Tennessee 37708

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1.17Acres
Do you want to live in a gated community with access to Cherokee Lake? This 1.17 acre lot is the perfect spot for your dream home! Imagine waking up every morning and enjoying beautiful mountain and lake views from your porch. Bayside offers underground electric, public water, and high speed internet and has only a 1400 sq ft minimum requirement.
$33,500

Cherokee Lake View Building Lot in Bayside

Lot 27 Bayside Blvd., Bean Station, Tennessee 37708
1.17Acres
Do you want to live in a gated community with access to Cherokee Lake? This 1.17 acre lot is the perfect spot for your dream home! Imagine waking up every morning and enjoying beautiful mountain and lake views from your porch. Bayside offers underground electric, public water, and high speed internet and has only a 1400 sq ft minimum requirement.
$33,500

Cherokee Lake View Building Lot in Bayside

Lot 27 Bayside Blvd., Bean Station, Tennessee 37708
$33,500

100ac SHED, HIGH OVERLOOK TO LAKE

915 FRONT ROAD, Toone, Tennessee 38381

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110Acres
105 ACRE ROLLING HILLS. LOCATED JUST OUT IN THE COUNTRY FROM THE SMALL TOWN OF TOONE AND IS ONLY ABOUT 20 MINUTES FROM THE NEAREST SUPER CENTER AND LOWES IN JACKSON, TN AND 15 MINUTES FROM BOLIVAR. (HARDEMAN COUNTY) PUGH CREEK LIES IN THE FOOTHILLS OF ROLLING FARM AND SEPARATES THE BACK FIELD FROM THE FRONT.
$399,999

100ac SHED, HIGH OVERLOOK TO LAKE

915 FRONT ROAD, Toone, Tennessee 38381
110Acres
105 ACRE ROLLING HILLS. LOCATED JUST OUT IN THE COUNTRY FROM THE SMALL TOWN OF TOONE AND IS ONLY ABOUT 20 MINUTES FROM THE NEAREST SUPER CENTER AND LOWES IN JACKSON, TN AND 15 MINUTES FROM BOLIVAR. (HARDEMAN COUNTY) PUGH CREEK LIES IN THE FOOTHILLS OF ROLLING FARM AND SEPARATES THE BACK FIELD FROM THE FRONT.
$399,999

100ac SHED, HIGH OVERLOOK TO LAKE

915 FRONT ROAD, Toone, Tennessee 38381
$399,999

Amazing views on this cattle farm

0 Firetower Road, Lewisburg, Tennessee 37091

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231Acres
Update-Additional 20+/- acres added with city water and the ability to build an access road for entry from another road. 3rd generation farm with spectacular view of Marshall County. 231+/- acres with absolutely beautiful views. Primo deer and turkey hunting property! This parcel is part of a 272.81 acre farm. These picturesque hills, pastures and valleys are truly stunning.
$1,840,000

Amazing views on this cattle farm

0 Firetower Road, Lewisburg, Tennessee 37091
231Acres
Update-Additional 20+/- acres added with city water and the ability to build an access road for entry from another road. 3rd generation farm with spectacular view of Marshall County. 231+/- acres with absolutely beautiful views. Primo deer and turkey hunting property! This parcel is part of a 272.81 acre farm. These picturesque hills, pastures and valleys are truly stunning.
$1,840,000

Amazing views on this cattle farm

0 Firetower Road, Lewisburg, Tennessee 37091
$1,840,000
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3 Reasons to Invest in Land in Tennessee

3 Reasons to Invest in Land in Tennessee

Real estate investing, Real Estate Tips, Tennessee Real Estate
by Caroline Kirby

A thriving culture, musical hotspots, and the most visited national park (the Great Smoky Mountains National Park) in all of the United States can all be experienced in Tennessee.  read more…

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At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Tennessee. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Tennessee for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

Many states carve their lands into regions for tourism marketing purposes but Tennessee has legally segmented itself into three Grand Divisions: East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and West Tennessee. Each is almost its own mini-state culturally and economically and affordable rural land is seldom more than an hour’s drive from a dominant city.

East Tennessee is cloaked in the Appalachian Mountains, rising to a high point at 6,643 feet on Clingmans Dome. Here is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park which greets nine million visitors a year, by far the nation’s busiest. Gatlinburg, the gateway to the park, is stuffed with amusement parks and tourist attractions and home to the only ski resort in the Volunteer State. The old railroad town of Chattanooga and the university town of Knoxville anchor this region.

Middle Tennessee is centrally located not only to the rest of the state but much of the United States. Half the American population lives within 600 miles of Nashville, in the heart of Middle Tennessee. Music City is convenient to most of the state’s prime farming country and rich hunting grounds. Tennessee supports over 82,000 farm properties, most raising beef cattle.

The coastal plains take over in West Tennessee, where the lowlands roll towards the Mississippi River and Memphis rules the culture. Most of the swamps and timberland here were cleared for cotton fields two centuries ago. Today the old till land has been divided and sold enough times that the undeveloped parcels are mostly suitable only as building lots.

Water is a common feature of Tennessee land, above and below ground. There are more identified caves, almost 10,000, in the Volunteer State than any other in the country. The Lost Sea, part of the historic Craighead Cavern system in East Tennessee, is America’s largest underwater lake.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tennessee is a geographically diverse state with varying social, cultural, and economic patterns. The state is divided into 3 grand divisions: West, East, and Middle Tennessee. These 3 divisions are completely different from each other geographically as well as culturally. Eastern Tennessee is covered with mountains and Knoxville, Kingsport, and Chattanooga are the major centers there. Western Tennessee is flat land where cotton plantations are the main economic driver and Memphis is the dominant urban center. Middle Tennessee has fertile land with rolling hills and a balanced commercial and agricultural region with Nashville as the major urban center.

Some facts about Tennessee:

  1. The 1st winner of English Derby from America was Iroquois who was bred in Nashville.
  2. It is called The Volunteer State as the most number of volunteer soldiers in the Battle of New Orleans were from Tennessee.
  3. The Copper Basin in Tennessee can be recognized from the space by American astronauts.
  4. Shelby County has the most number of horses per capita compared to any other county in the U.S.
  5. Samuel Powhatan Carter, born in Elizabethton, is the only person who was both a General in the Army and a Navy Rear Admiral in American history.
  6. Reelfoot Lake is known as the “Turtle Capital of the World”.
  7. Oak Ridge is known as the “Energy Capital of the World” due to its importance in the atomic bomb development.
  8. Bristol is called the “Birthplace of Country Music”.
  9. Tennessee has around 10,000 identified caves which are more than any other state.

Why Should you buy a Property/House in Tennessee?

This state has a wonderful climate with lots of recreational facilities.  If you are looking for a job, then this state has many opportunities waiting for you. The unemployment rate here is less than 3.4% and a minimum wage of $7.25/hour. Nashville is the costliest yet the busiest city here followed by Memphis, Knoxville, & Chattanooga. The residents of this state are considered to be the friendliest people in the U.S. This state also offers many tax benefits along with many other benefits in a buyer’s favor.

How is the Climate in Tennessee?

With a temperate climate, Tennessee has varying climate as you move from east to west. The summers are warm with the average temperature between 60 and 83 degrees Fahrenheit from April to August. The winters are cold with the average temperature between 37 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit in December and January. Fall, mainly September to October, is the driest season and winters and early spring, particularly March, see the most rainfall. The northeastern part of the state experiences the highest snowfall. The state is prone to infrequent severe storms.

What is the Cost of Living in Tennessee?

An average cost of living in all the states of the U.S is calculated and used as a base. If this base is assigned as 100 then a number below 100 for a state indicates a lower cost of living while a number above 100 is a higher cost of living. In these terms, Tennessee is assigned 87.6 which is relatively lower than most other states. The average price of a home is $164,500.

How is the Real Estate Market Doing in Tennessee?

The state has a national park, a musical destination, and a cultural hub. All these provide great opportunities for students, families, retired people and mainly job hunters. Tennessee has many local as well as international companies. Clarksville, Nashville, and Memphis provide massive job openings which means people will need houses to live in. Therefore investing in land or real estate may be a great investment.

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