Hickman County Tennessee - Land, Farms & Ranches - Property ID: 12545563

Property ID: 12545563 - Hickman County Tennessee

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Property ID: 12545563 - Hickman County Tennessee

Property ID: 12545563

County: Hickman

Type: Farms, Residential Property, Undeveloped Land

Acres: 776.69

Address: 6415

City: Nunnelly

State: Tennessee

Zip: 37137

Price: $7,900,000.00

Status: Available
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Description: These 776 acres sit on 1.5 miles of beautiful Piney River frontage just south of I-40, 50 minutes west of downtown Nashville. It's currently in-operation as a highly functional, working ranch capable of supporting a few hundred head of cattle on over 350 acres of fenced and cross-fenced pasture. It has been used very intentionally by the current owners for numerous other business operations with a focus on taking advantage of its space and beauty for hosting retreats, workshops, intensives, and a place people have come seek spiritual and mental recovery for the last 20 years. It has a beautifully restored farmhouse original to 1900. It features 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with three fireplaces and high-speed internet. It sits on a wooded knoll accompanied by a guest house within sight of the main entrance on Pinewood Road which borders the farm for 3/4 mile. Piney River is a fantastic paddling and fishing stream. The stretch bordering this property is highly accessible, boasting big gravel bars and easily wadable water great for summer fun. The farm is also bookended by two named creeks: Big Spring Creek and Little Spring Creek. Both creeks combine for over 6,000' of creek frontage. There are also 8 ponds dispersed throughout. The landscape is evenly balanced: roughly half in beautiful grazing pasture and half in hardwood uplands. The business-end of this farm can be found on the 350 acres of open ground in-between Piney River and the upland ridges. These fields are prime, fertile, and significantly large compared to other "valley farms" in the region. Sweeping and level, an individual can stand in the bottomland and see well over a mile across this expanse. While several ideal future homesites can be found throughout this farm, hilltops anchored at the heart of the property afford incredible views of the farm itself and the valley at-large, open to the drama of the entire western sky. The current owners inherited an exhausted piece of land when they purchased this farm. It took 12 years to restore the pastures to their current quality. This was helped largely by practicing mob grazing with their cattle herd. They've raised livestock for market and for their farm-to-table restaurant and they grew their own organic produce in a 12-acre fenced enclosure, keeping a garden house, greenhouses, and a fruit orchard. The grassland conditions and fencing infrastructure on this ranch also make it an ultimate place for horses, where the owners have practiced equine therapy for the last 20 years. It comes with a fully outfitted horse barn, corals, livestock, and equipment barns. The ranch has been used for hosting retreats, workshops, intensives, and a place people have come seek spiritual and mental recovery for the last 20 years. The owners draw a direct connection between themselves and the land the history of the farm itself, once the centerpiece to a massivelandholding totaling thousands of acres. Before and during the Civil War, self-made entrepreneurs Robert and Samuel Graham never employed an enslaved person in their factories, mills, and shops. They would go so far as to rescue individuals by purchasing them out of slavery and bringing them to Pinewood as freemen. This is a fantastic farm with a rich story, poised in a thriving countryside community along the beautiful Piney River. This would be a great place to test a little bit of everything: multi-family living, new-build potential, recreational farm, working farm or a multitude of business operations and personal interests.

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Contact Name: Dan McEwen

Phone Number: (931) 381-1808

Fax: (931) 381-1881


Address1: 17A Public Square

City: Columbia

State: TN

Zip: 38401

NOTE: The information contained herein is provided as general information only and has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. It is provided without any guaranty, warranty or representation, expressed or implied, made by Lands of America who specializes in land for sale, or any related entity, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information. The information is presented subject to errors, omissions, change of price or conditions, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Prospective purchasers should make their own investigations, projections and conclusions concerning the information.


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