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0.97 acres
3565 Hwy 130 E Wartrace TN 37183
Surrounded by views of farm land, many updates, stainless appliances, approx 24x30 garage w/ kitchenette, carport, storage bldg. All have newer roofs.
Jimmy Jernigan, Coffee County Realty & Auction
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101.7 acres
Knob Creek Rd Wartrace TN 37183
Approx 102 acres of beautiful countryside! Gorgeous views! 2 parcels divided by Justice Hollow Road. Road frontage is for Knob Creek Rd. parcel only! Please view aerial footage of property below
Jimmy Jernigan, Coffee County Realty & Auction
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Poultry Farm w/5 Houses

44.81 acres
3368 Lowry Road Lewisburg TN 37091
5 House poultry farm with many extras, farm has (2) 50x500', (2) 42x400', & (1) 36x330' poultry houses, all barns are updated with solid walls, cool cells, rotem controllers and many other features. 5...
Stan Vaught, Bob Parks Auction
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0 Hwy 64 W

50 acres
0 Hwy 64 W Shelbyville TN 37091
50 acres of level land. 30 acres of pasture completely surrounded by trees and the pasture divided w/ a tree line. 20 acres of woods in the back to the right of the pasture. *Land in front holds water...
Cynthia A Garvey, Cynthia A Garvey
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Bedford County, TN Land Info

Bedford County is a large urban county in Tennessee. It is situated close to a metro region that helps drives economic activity and employment for residents of the county. The most common type of land for sale in Bedford County recently was farms, while Wartrace had the most land listed for sale in Bedford County. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Bedford County at $9,896, with an average list price of $358,862 for land and farms for sale in Bedford County. Of the 95 counties in Tennessee, Bedford County ranks 33rd in terms of its population (47,183, according to Census data from 2015). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Bedford County. The county is also considered popular among retirees. In terms of size, Bedford County is Tennessee's 46th biggest county (475 square miles, which equals one percent of the state). Farming activities in Bedford County generate annual revenues of $107 million, 10 percent of which is from livestock products and 90 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crops.

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