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Crossville, TN 38571

Meadow Creek Farm

897 acres of farm land, ready for cattle! Located in Crossville, Tennessee, minutes from Interstate 40. Road frontage on Highway 70 N, Bell....

Ocoee, TN 37361

Big Lost Creek

Enjoy a breathtakingly beautiful escape in Southeast Tennessee. Surrounded by the Cherokee National Forest, the Big Lost Creek tract boasts....

Huntland, TN 37345

Custom Home on 50+ acres

This is a hunter's paradise! This delightful property is located in a secluded area off County Road 140 in Franklin County. Over 50 acres....

Grandview, TN 37337

Outstanding views on the Cumberland Plateau

Grandview, TN 37337

104 Acres with 10 Acre Private Lake

Escape to your own secluded paradise located a little over an hour’s drive from Chattanooga or Knoxville in Rhea County, Tennessee. Build....

Winchester, TN 37398

Scenic Views, Creeks & Rock Formations

This unrestricted and private land is ideal for hunting & recreation. The property is loaded with hardwoods and evergreens. With land boasts....

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Bluff View Homesite

Escape to your own secluded custom home or rustic hunting cabin with spectacular bluff views of Watts Bar Lake below. This 13 acre bluff tract....

2,390 +/- Acres in Campbell County

There are nearly 2,400 acres of rolling hills, hardwood ridges and meandering creek bottoms on this beautiful Campbell County gem, so whether....

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  • “We decided to move out of the New England area away from the snow, ice and frigid cold. We spent a lot of time looking online trying to figure out where we would move to… I don’t know how many real estate agents we went through looking for the ideal place. In comes Nick with his fantastic attitude and Tennessee accent. He sent us some pictures of an area that was just opening up to be sold. If you have ever seen a kid in a toy store for the first time, well, that is my husband. On a mission to pick out the best that we can afford and with his artistic eye, he picked out the best lot up at Cumberland/Soak Creek Properties. Nick and his associate also showed Scott the rest of the area along with the creeks and picnic area and explained everything that would be going on out there. They were having a blast while touring the sections on their four-wheelers.”

    Sharon Bartlett

  • “We had been searching a long time for the right tract of land on Signal Mountain where we could build a custom home for our growing family: we finally found it at Walden Farms!”

    The Taylor Family

  • “During our experience at the Cumberland Creeks development, I worked primarily with Dave Cates. The development was at the beginning of the process and we were one of the first ones to purchase and to break ground.”

    The Harringtons