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367 Properties:

$39,500

1709632

14.27 acres
Wells St Monteagle TN 37356
9
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Once in a life time opportunity, 14.2 /- acres with views off I-24 and road frontage off 3 roads, tons of potential with this property MLS#1709632 Land MLS#1709598 Commercial
Jimmy Jernigan, Coffee County Realty & Auction
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$249,900

1698840

5.27 acres
708 Oakwood Dr Monteagle TN 37356
28
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Seclusion, privacy, serenity and your own lake at the end of the road. The views, the nature, and the wonderful flora and fauna accentuate this lovely 3 bedroom home.
Jimmy Jernigan, Coffee County Realty & Auction
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$175,000

Rural Farm - Guild, TN

46.9 acres
0 Hwy 134 Guild TN 37340
16
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Morgan Point: Escape to your piece of paradise without the drive. This unique land is located on Aetna Mountain less than fifteen minutes from downtown Chattanooga and has stunning views of Nickajack ...
John Hetzler, RE/MAX Renaissance Realtors
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$39,000

Rural Farm - Guild, TN

13.5 acres
0 Hwy 134 Guild TN 37340
9
PLATINUM
Morgan Point: Escape to your piece of paradise without the drive. This unique land is located on Aetna Mountain less than fifteen minutes from downtown Chattanooga and has stunning views of Nickajack ...
John Hetzler, RE/MAX Renaissance Realtors
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Marion County, TN Land Info

Marion County is a large urban county located in a busy metropolitan area of Tennessee. The most common type of land for sale in Marion County recently was farms, while South Pittsburg had the most land listed for sale in Marion County. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Marion County at $1,629, with an average list price of $285,751 for land and farms for sale in Marion County. Of Tennessee's 95 counties, Marion County ranks 51st in terms of its population (28,487, according to Census data from 2015). Size-wise, Marion County is Tennessee's 38th biggest county (514 square miles, which comprises one percent of the state). Farming activities in Marion County generate annual revenues of $13 million, 46 percent of which is from livestock products and 54 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crops.

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