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432 Properties:

$1,297,240

Rural Farm - Ocoee, TN

648.62 acres
23 Forest Rd Ocoee TN 37361
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Enjoy a breathtakingly beautiful escape in Southeast Tennessee. Enjoy a breathtakingly beautiful escape in Southeast Tennessee. Surrounded by the Cherokee National Forest, the Big Lost Creek tract bo...
John Hetzler, RE/MAX Renaissance Realtors
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$169,000

Marrow

3.01 acres
560 New Stansbury Turtletown TN 37391
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2/2 log home situtated on picturesque perfect setting overlooking pond and creek, follow concrete drive. Detached 2 car garage and additional one car basement garage. This is an absolute must see!
Sonya and Joey Reid, Appalachian Land Co
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$219,500

Wrights

5 acres
345 Isabella Avenue Copperhill TN 37317
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Feel the cool breezes & enjoy the amazing mountain views from the screened in porches on both sides of this log-sided cabin on 5 acres. Cabin features include a walkout terrace basement w/kitchen, den...
Sonya and Joey Reid, Appalachian Land Co
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Polk County, TN Land Info

Set in a metropolitan area of Tennessee, Polk County is considered a mid-size urban county. The most common type of land for sale in Polk County recently was farms, while Turtletown featured the most land for sale. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Polk County at $9,126, with an average list price of $359,975 for land and farms for sale in Polk County. Of the 95 counties in Tennessee, Polk County ranks 74th in terms of its population (16,773, according to Census data from 2015). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Polk County. In terms of size, Polk County is Tennessee's 49th biggest county (442 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Polk County generate annual revenues of $38 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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