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Your Tennessee River Retreat!

36 acres
1955 Wilkinson Ferry Rd Savannah TN 38372
Quaint cabin on a perch overlooking the Tennessee River. Main level consists of living/kitchen combination; second level consists of a bunk-style bedroom. Perfect for a weekend retreat, or get away fr...
Robert Pogue, Robert Pogue
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Commercial - Martin, TN

0.92 acres
826 Lindell Martin TN 38327
Property consists of a flag lot with 39.69 ' frontage on N. Lindell extending west 189.50' along the north side of body shop to the rectangular building lot. Level, ready for building.
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Camping Lot

0.34 acres
Lot 1, Half Moon Lake Saltillo TN 38370
This is a camping lot near the Tennessee River with a boat ramp on the creek with access into the river. There is a water view of the Half Moon Lake and you have access to fish the lake. The river is ...
Brad Mays, United Country 7 Lakes Realty
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3 Acres in Hardin County, Tennessee

3 acres
325 Lick Creek Road Michie TN 38357
This 2400 sq\. ft. home comes with an attached 2 car garage.a spacious utility-laundry room,an extra large master suite with a private bathroom, his,and her walk in closets, and a sun room.A formal di...
Brad Hawkins, Mossy Oak Properties Dixie Land & Wildlife
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Hardin County, TN Land Info

Located in Tennessee, Hardin 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 Hardin County recently was farms, while Savannah featured the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Hardin County at $5,013, with an average list price of $181,296 for land and farms for sale in Hardin County. Of the 95 counties in Tennessee, Hardin County ranks 57th in terms of its population (25,756, according to Census data from 2015). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Hardin County. Size-wise, Hardin County is Tennessee's 16th biggest county (596 square miles, which comprises one percent of the state). Farming activities in Hardin County generate annual revenues of $22 million, 82 percent of which is from livestock products and 18 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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