Rare Property Joining The Natchez Trace With Water And Mature Timber

Description

Nestled in the hills of Tennessee adjacent to the Natchez Trace Parkway, this property abounds with wildlife and old growth forest.  Three entrances provide access to a high meadow, a deep hollow with a lower meadow, and sloping hillside. A spring flows to the left of the lower meadow located in the central hollow and can be accessed from the center drive. This farm and the area around it are immersed in Tennessee history, as early settlers used the Trace to travel to New Orleans for trade. Andrew Jackson’s volunteers used it during the War of 1812, and earlier Indians traveled this trail as well.  Swiss and German immigrants settled in the area choosing it for the tall timber and soil perfect for growing grapes.   Located at the southwest intersection of the Natchez Trace Parkway and US 412, it's a perfect location for a winery, bed & breakfast, or distillery. Hohenwald is located 10 minutes away with Spring Hill 30 minutes and Franklin 45 minutes.  

Property Details

  • Rare property joining the Natchez Trace with water and mature timber
  • Perfect location for your dream home
  • Great location for a convenience store or gas station
  • Large spring fed creek
  • Multiple building sites
  • Mature timber
  • Great deer and turkey hunting
  • Power and water located at the road
  • Approximately 1200 feet of road frontage on Highway 412
  • 10 minutes to Hohenwald
  • 30 minutes to Spring Hill

1318 Columbia Highway
Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462