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Own your own piece of the Tennessee hills in beautiful Hickman County. This is a 9.80 residential lot zoned A-1 with city utilities (water/sewer, gas and electric) available. Electricity would be provided by Merriweather Lewis. Please see the topography maps included in this listing and the aerial images of nearby homes. This property is assessed by the County at $27,900 and similar residential lots in the area have been sold for $3,500 per acre. The City of Centerville is only 5 minutes away (2.4 miles).
The property is accessed from Little Piney Road which runs the entire western edge. Duck River, Natchez Trace Parkway and Jackson Falls are each within a short 20 minute drive away. The City of Centerville is only 5 minutes away (2.4 miles).
“Centerville is located in the heart of Hickman County, Tennessee. Its prime geographic location is within a few hours driving distance of many major cities in the southeastern United States. Industry in the area includes manufacturers of packaging materials, various wood products, structural steel, ammunition, pies, and fruit processing. Over 50,000 acres of timberland is owned by national pulp, paper, and timber corporations and is open to the public for hunting, hiking, and fishing.”(http://www.townofcenterville.com/)
There is NO HOA, HOA Fees or time limit to build.
Many nearby landowners have developed their properties with site-built homes or mobile homes, (see aerial photos for examples).
Living in Mobile Homes (double wide only), Tiny Homes, and Traditional Built Homes are all permitted.
Water/Sewer Application: WATER APPL.pdf
Gas Application: gas application.pdf
This property is only 5 minutes south of downtown Centerville, Tennessee and the nearest post office. The “Naturally You Market” is where you will find groceries and there are a variety of restaurants to choose from.”
0 Little Piney Road, Centerville, TN 37033
Land in Hickman County, Tennessee, being Lot No. 11, on the Plan of Bear Creek Estates, Section 1, of record in Plat Cabinet B, Slide 207
392′ x 754′
A additional fee of $295 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.
We do not charge closing fees. If buyer chooses to secure title insurance for the property, that would be their financial obligation.
Miscellaneous fees include property taxes and HOA dues. These vary by property and are prorated over a twelve month period. Additionally, any HOA transfer fees are due at the conclusion of the payment period.
The Duck River, 284 miles long, is the longest river located entirely within the U.S. state of Tennessee. Free flowing for most of its length, the Duck River is home to over 50 species of freshwater mussels and 151 species of fish, making it the most biologically diverse river in North America.
“When travelling along the Natchez Trace Parkway in Hickman County, near Milepost 404 is a pull off for Jackson Falls, one of the most scenic spots along the trace. The waterfall is named after Andrew Jackson who while still a general took the Natchez Trace and for all we know could have seen this place. All in all the falls are about 40 feet tall. It is in two parts, with the upper part as a cascade that flows at an angle where the stream makes a left turn and falls over a bluff.
From the marker at the top of the trail:
A steep trail (concrete sidewalk) 900 feet long takes you to a clear pool at the base of these falls. This trail descends to Jackson Falls a beautifully sculptured cascade that seems ageless but it isn’t. For thousands of years before the falls existed Jackson Branch flowed into this high valley isolated from the Duck River below. Then in a classic case of stream piracy, the Duck River captured Jackson Branch. The flooding river and other erosional agents wore away at the bluffs, cutting a new channel through faults in the rock. At the site of Jackson Falls the diverted stream slips down into the Duck River Valley abandoning its former course.”