- 350 ft Road Frontage
- Small ranger cabin and out building at road front
- All mineral, timber, and water rights convety
- Todd Hollow Creek runs nearly the entire length of the tract
- Year-round water source
Cherokee Ridge is a 260± acre raw-land tract offering privacy and recreation/agricultural opportunities with amazing sunrise views of the mountainous western edge of the Cherokee National Forest at McCamy Ridge and sunset views of the pastoral community of Benton in Polk County, Tennessee.
While the property is dominated by two ridges providing spectacular vistas, Todd Hollow Creek originates and runs almost the entire length of the tract and Seller says offers year-round water source. There is ample level to fairly-level ground on front, back, and ridge-tops of the tract to allow for substantial building, improvements, and agricultural/livestock development.
With adequate road frontage on the charming Welcome Valley Road, Cherokee Ridge is ideal for developing into a recreational retreat, gentleman’s farm, or rural estate with great investment value for the future.
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