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1 1/2 Story on 5.34 Ac.

5.34 acres
16115 Hwy 125 S Bolivar TN 38008
2466 Sq. Ft. Living Area / Built in 1996 / 2-Car Garage 18' x 36' In-Ground Pool / 30' x 48' Shop Building Custom Cabinets / Hardwood Floors / Large Rooms Estimated Annual Property Tax: $1320 (Sq....
Larry Childers, Childers Real Estate
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306 Ac. Midyett Rd.

306.12 acres
125 Midyett Rd. Toone TN 38381
Excellent Hunting & Fishing!!! 306.12 Acres Fenced around Property Line. 180 Ac. of Good Timber ready to Harvest. 71 Ac. of Good Pasture. 45 Ac. Lake and a 10 Ac. Lake, spring fed. and stocked with ...
Larry Childers, Childers Real Estate
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2-Story Home on 28.38 Ac.

28.38 acres
1770 Russell Rd. Bolivar TN 38008
Backyard In-Ground Pool & Screen House / Patio. Horse Barn w/Living Quarters / Fencing / Pond. Equipment Barn w/Side Sheds. Excellent Design & Quality of Construction / Great Location. 3540 Sq. Ft. Li...
Larry Childers, Childers Real Estate
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86.81 Ac. on Hwy 18 N, Bolivar

86.81 acres
Hwy 18 Bolivar TN 38008
Mostly Wooded Land with Building Sites. Use for Hunting & Build on Your Own Get-Away Home! Great Location in Good Neighborhood/Area between Bolivar & Jackson, TN!!! Frontage on 2 roads, Hwy 18 & Grays...
Larry Childers, Childers Real Estate
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Hardeman County, TN Land Info

Located in Tennessee, Hardeman County is considered a medium-sized urban county that sits adjacent to a larger metropolitan region. The most common type of land for sale in Hardeman County recently was farms, while Bolivar featured the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Hardeman County at $2,558, with an average list price of $238,702 for land and farms for sale in Hardeman County. Of the 95 counties in Tennessee, Hardeman County ranks 58th in terms of its population (25,707, according to Census data from 2015). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Hardeman County. In terms of size, Hardeman County is Tennessee's fifth biggest county (670 square miles, which represents two percent of the state). Farming activities in Hardeman County generate annual revenues of $30 million, 87 percent of which is from livestock products and 13 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is livestock (defined as cattle, poultry, hog or other farming, as well as related products such as dairy).

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