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Prince Mountain
Overlooking Lake Ocoee

Benton, Tennessee

This Southeast Tennessee property offers pristine views of Lake Ocoee. Located Conveniently from Atlanta, Nashville, and Knoxville, this mountain property consists of two tracts, one commercial and one forest, allowing for endless potential for professional, commercial, and personal investment. The lake was constructed by the TVA in 1910 and is protected from development. The Ocoee River offers world-class whitewater, while the lake and lower river offer boating, tubing, fishing, and more.

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