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157 Properties:

$549,500

Farm - Lutts, TN

131.58 acres
199 Liles Ln Lutts TN 38471
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131 acres tucked away in seclusion! Convenient to Florence, Nashville & Memphis for someone looking for a weekend getaway offering fantastic hunting.
Mike Hill, Town & Country REALTORS
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$150,000

HISTORIC TENNESSEE COTTAGE HOME ON 61.46 ACRES!!

61.46 acres
912 COLLINWOOD HWY. WAYNESBORO TN 38485
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HISTORIC TENNESSEE COTTAGE HOME ON 61.46 ACRES!! FOR SALE-BACK ON THE MARKET!! Spacious, beautiful, Cottage Style Rock-Home was built in 1934 and has 2600 sq ft. Located at 912 Collinwood Hwy. in Way...
Allen Terry, United Country - Terry Realty
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$35,000

16.2 AC. SECLUDED, WOODED, HUNTING, BUILDING SITES

16.2 acres
SIMMONS BRANCH RD. WAYNESBORO TN 38485
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SECLUDED, WOODED, HUNTING, BUILDING SITE. Bring your goats, horses and free range chickens this 16.2 acre prepper property is located on Simmons Branch Rd. just a few miles from the town square of Way...
Allen Terry, United Country - Terry Realty
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$995,000

Farm - Collinwood, TN

220 acres
1175 Percy Brewer Rd Collinwood TN 38450
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Looking for a cattle/horse farm? Truly a rare find! Gently rolling with abundant stock water, springs, ponds, work pens. Custom-built 4 BR, 4 BA home,
Mike Hill, Town & Country REALTORS
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Wayne County, TN Land Info

Wayne County is a mid-size rural county in Tennessee. Of Tennessee's 95 counties, Wayne County ranks 75th in terms of its population (16,748, according to 2015 Census estimates). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Wayne County. At 736 square miles, Wayne County is Tennessee's second biggest county (covering two percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Wayne County at $4,168, with an average list price of $236,916 for land and farms for sale in Wayne County. 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). Farming activities in Wayne County generate annual revenues of $22 million, 15 percent of which is from livestock products and 85 percent from crop harvests.

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