BEAR CREEK RD - Large, 321 Acre Farm For Sale in TN with Old Farmhouse and Large Creek!!! This is Country Living at its Best and If You have Always Wanted to Own a CLASSIC TENNESSEE FARM, then You Will Want this Property! This Beautiful Piece of Property has all the nostalgia of Yesteryear on an Ole Tennessee, Southern Farm along with the recently added Modern Convenience of Fiberoptic, High Speed Internet available at the Road! The Old Farmhouse & Homesite are Picturesque and will take you back to The Olden Days as soon as You See It. This property has a lot of amenities including approximately 70 Acres of Fenced Pasture Land that is currently used as a Cattle Farm, Beautiful Rock Bottom Creeks with Frontage on Both Sides of each Creek, Mature Hardwood Timber, Great Deer Hunting, Awesome Turkey Hunting, and it Borders a 6,336 Acre Wildlife Management Area!
Folks, it is not often a Farm like this becomes available, so don’t wait too long before giving us a call. This property has been in the same family for 85 Years. This family have been Good Caretakers of this Property and they are ready to pass it on to the next family that will hopefully take great care of it and take it to the next level. The Original Home was Built BEFORE the CIVIL WAR! This is a truly Rare Piece of Land in our Neck of the Woods and I would consider this a True Piece of American History sitting in this Quaint, Quiet Valley known as Lutts, TN or Bear Creek to be more exact. Don’t miss this Opportunity! For more information or to set up your Private Viewing Give Tony Alcott, II a Call or Text at 731-607-2221, the office at 731-925-7900, or E-mail Tony.Alcott@Outlook.com for more information or to set up your private viewing.
The Land features approximately 70 Acres of Open Land that is Fenced and Currently being used as a Cattle Farm. These Open Fields are Level, Fertile, and All Have Access to Year Round Water from the Creeks. This Land could of course be used for any other type of livestock too with some modifications, Horse Farm, Goat Farm, Sheep Farm, etc. There is approximately 250 Acres of Wooded Land that is Rolling Hills and feature Mature Hardwoods. The property is Obviously Great for White-Tail Deer Hunting, Turkey Hunting, and just about any other Hunting TN has to offer. The North Boundary and part of the East Boundary are Bordered by Browntown Wildlife Management Area. The property is split by Bear Creek Road with approximately 148 Acres on the North Side and approximately 173 Acres on the South Side according to the courthouse plats. The Land Lays Well and is Really the Quintessential Tennessee Farm. Approximately 2,800 ft of Road Frontage on Both Sides of Bear Creek Rd.
The Beautiful Bear Creek Runs Through the Middle of the South side of the Property. Bear Creek is a Large, Rock Bottom Creek that you will Love. There is approximately 3,300 feet of Frontage on Bear Creek and you own on both sides of the Creek. Bear Creek Flows through this property from West to East. There is another Nice, Hard Flowing, Rock Bottom Creek coming from the North side of the Property Flowing South all the way to Bear Creek. This Creek is a cumulation of 2 Spring Creeks that start just north of the north property line and come together to make one after they enter this property. There is approximately 5,000 feet of frontage on this Creek and like Bear Creek, you own on both sides of it. The 3rd Creek on the property may be a wet weather creek but it starts near the South boundary and flows North to Bear Creek. There is approximately 2,000 feet of frontage on it and again, you own on both sides of it.
According to family members the Original Home was Built BEFORE the CIVIL WAR circa 1860. You can sit on the Front Porch, reflect on the way Life Used to Be and you can even Hear the nearby Creek Flowing from the Front Porch. Sometime around 1880 Log Construction was added to the Structure making it a Log Home. It was a Dog Trot Style Home and at some point they Enclosed it and Finished out the Dog Trot Section into Living Space and Covered up the Logs all the way around the Home. The Logs are still there if you want to bring the Log Home back to Life! The Home has not been lived in for about 35 years, but has not been just completely abandoned, so it could be used. It would also make a Great Hunting Camp as it is fairly close to the Road, so it won’t interfere with any hunting! The Homesite has a few old barns that are in bad shape, an old outhouse still standing, and Storm Shelter built into the side of the Hill, and an old Dug Well that is Capped.
For more information or to set up your Private Viewing Give Tony Alcott, II a Call or Text at 731-607-2221, the office at 731-925-7900, or E-mail Tony.Alcott@Outlook.com for more information or to set up your private viewing.