Knob Hill Farm is an approximate 285± acre tract of mostly cattle pasture & managed hardwoods with cultivated seasonal crop-ground located in an area of old family farms of Ten Mile, Tennessee. The back of the property ascends to the top of a wooded ridgeline championed by Knob Hill known as the highest peak in all of Meigs County. Atop Knob Hill, a long-time rock marker sits with a hand-engraved compass. The bottom of the property is fronted by a graveled, secluded portion of Ten Mile Valley Road and lays nicely with multiple springs, fields, historical homesites, and a farm pond with largemouth bass & brim. Whitetail deer & wild turkey are in great abundance throughout offering excellent hunting. Owned by the same family amidst a much larger working farm for several generations, this property is virtually on the market for the first time.