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$10,000

Wooded Lot in Fentress County

1 acre
Lot # 2 – Wildwood Estates on Hwy 62 Clarkrange TN 38553
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Wooded lot on Hwy 62 approx 3 miles west of Clarkrange, TN. Site is 100’ x 200’ – is level and can be commercial or residential. Very good location and good value at $10,000. Map # 154 – Parcel # 0...
don warner, Warner Land Company
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$145,000

Rockhouse Ranch #15

12.81 acres
Hwy. 297 Jamestown TN 38556
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Beautifully wooded homesite located in the small gated community of Rockhouse Ranch with only 35 homesites on over 400 acres bordering the National River and Recreation area also known as the Big Sout...
don warner, Warner Land Company
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$185,000

Rockhouse Ranch #33

18.87 acres
Hwy. 297 Jamestown TN 38556
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Gently rolling fenced pasture/weeded homesite in the small secured community of Rockhouse Ranch on Hwy. 297 in Jamestown, TN - all underground utilities. This property borders the National River an...
don warner, Warner Land Company
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Fentress County, TN Land Info

Fentress County is a mid-size rural county in Tennessee. The most common type of land for sale in Fentress County recently was farms, while Jamestown had the most land listed for sale in Fentress County. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Fentress County at $4,444, with an average list price of $323,992 for land and farms for sale in Fentress County. Of Tennessee's 95 counties, Fentress County ranks 70th in terms of its population (17,917, according to Census data from 2015). The county is also considered popular among retirees. In terms of size, Fentress County is Tennessee's 41st biggest county (499 square miles, which comprises one percent of the state). Farming activities in Fentress County generate annual revenues of $41 million, nine percent of which is from livestock products and 91 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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